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‘V’ goes for THE BIG gulp

20 October 2008


‘V’ goes for THE BIG gulp

‘V’ is launching New Zealand’s most popular energy drink in a massive 500ml can; giving consumers more dose for their dough. The new ‘Big V’ has the same Guarana energy hit and great taste, but its size makes it a double serve slam down!

The ‘Big V’ is awesome offering more potency, more volume at a cheaper price and with the dollar being stretched even further right now that’s welcome relief for many!

The ‘Big V’ is available in green and black versions. The ‘Big V’ Green offers you so much Guarana it’ll make the Boogie-man scared of you! Whereas the ‘Big V’ Black delivers a full strength hit that will keep you going and going.

The energy drink category has been under going huge growth lately and ‘V’ felt it was high time to give Kiwis their favourite energy drink in a larger serve.

“The ‘Big V’ is a welcome addition to the stable of ‘V’ products. Loyal ‘V’ drinkers have been hanging out for this for some time and I’m sure they will not be disappointed in our ‘Big V’ which offers a potent hit at a very competitive price,” says V Brand Manager, Sean Wiggans.

The new ‘BIG V’ has indeed been amped up and comes out in the colossal 500ml size in both green and black versions from today.

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