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New BZP-Free party pills

6th October 2006

FOR: Scoop website

FROM: Mark Carswell
Managing Director
Cosmic Corner


The face of youth culture and the party scene could be changed for good as Cosmic Corner launches new BZP-FREE party pills, Pepe and Nirvana.

In response to opposition to BZP party pills that have hit the media headlines this year, Cosmic has now responded to market demand and designed an energy product that is 100% BZP-FREE.

Pepe has been designed to be used for partying and can also be used for studying, working & sports. It has been designed specifically to charge energy levels and according to one Pepe user, ‘gets you happy and high without the come-down’.

Nirvana has been designed as the ideal 'social enhancer' for occasions where people want extra energy and that 'loved-up vibe'. Along with caffeine, Nirvana also contains the traditional South Pacific Islands relaxant, Kava.

Whereas with the former party pills, consumption of alcohol was always a no-no, with Pepe and Nirvana, people can now safely enjoy the great Kiwi summer pastime of 'kicking back and having a few drinks'.

Cosmic Corner’s ‘Head Honcho’ Mark Carswell says,

‘We are committed to in-depth product research and educating our customers. They like the fact that all our Cosmic staff are able to provide knowledge of the energy products, so the customer themselves can make an informed decision’

‘Cosmic has always been at the forefront of promoting forward thinking and creating fun and has always been a leader in promoting freedom of choice and self responsibility. With Pepe and Nirvana, people can have a great night out and also have a great tomorrow,' says Mark.

Pepe and Nirvana have been launched in Cosmic Corner's six stores nationwide and well as being distributed through wholesalers nationally.


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