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Highlights Over The Last Twelve Months

Highlights Over The Last Twelve Months

42 BELOW utilizes 35 Ambassadors across 10 countries; USA, Canada, UK, Mexico, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Ireland and the Pacific Islands

42 BELOW secures 4500 Accounts Worldwide (2000 in California alone, 170 in London) 42 BELOW Feijoa and Passionfruit flavours approved for sale in the US (first container is pre-sold)

42 BELOW enters new alliances with Fosters Brewing International, for Australian Duty Free and Pearl Beverages, for importation into the USA.

42 BELOW rated first equal worldwide, by The Independent blind taste test in the UK

42 BELOW accepted into DFS Singapore (one of the largest in the world) 42 BELOW at the 2004 Pre Oscar Party, LA

42 BELOW on First and Business Class Air New Zealand international flights 42 BELOW poured at The Beverly Hills Hotel, LA and The Ritz in London 42 BELOW investigates new markets – France, Spain, Czech Republic, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Thailand


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