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Git-R-Done Energy has been featured in Mr. Checkout Whats Hot Catalog for Direct-Store Delivery Distributors and Wagon-Jobbers Nationwide

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“This is the next generation in Energy drinks We combine over 20 key ingredients in the energy shots formulation so it works to provide the consumer with Clean & Clear Energy that provides focus.”
Git-R-Done-Energy will release on July 1. This is the official product of GIt-R-Done Productions and Larry The Cable Guy. Hangover Joe’s spent over 1 year developing and formulating this Healthy Energy Drink.

Git-R-Done-Energy will release on July 1. This is the official product of GIt-R-Done Productions and Larry The Cable Guy. Hangover Joe’s spent over 1 year developing and formulating this Healthy Energy Drink. The energy shot is all natural it has no added caffeine and no sugar. This is the next generation in Energy drinks We combine over 20 key ingredients in the energy shots formulation so it works to provide the consumer with Clean & Clear Energy that provides focus.

Git-R-Done Energy is the first energy drink of its type on the market to be powered with Astaxanthin in combination with D-Ribose, which acts in the body like a natural sugar. Astaxanthin, the world’s most powerful antioxidant, helps increase energy by protecting mitochondria, in which food is turned into energy. Astaxanthin is 550 times stronger than Vitamin E, and 6,000 times stronger than Vitamin C. Astaxanthin is a red pigment that occurs naturally in various marine animals, including shrimp, salmon, crabs and lobster. This antioxidant gives salmon the endurance needed to swim upstream. It helps to increase strength, stamina and endurance by removing free radicals from muscle tissue, lessening soreness and helping the body rebound from the stress of exercise and labor. The healthy energy shot will add in athletic performance as well and proved hours and hours of long lasting energy

Ribose is used to improve performance and the ability to exercise by boosting muscle energy. Ribose has also has been used to improve symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome because it creates energy in the body. Overall this is a super energy shot. The product is Berry Blast (registered trademark) in flavor and uses the natural sweetener Stevia, which has gained national attention as an all-natural alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners. Having used only the best all-natural ingredients, we are proud to have created a great tasting energy drink that is both effective and healthy for consumers. We have a lot of science behind this Energy Drink. We also have one of America leading celebrity backing the brand with Larry The Cable Guy. He has millions and millions of fans and they are going to want to try this drink. We call it Fuel For Working Folks. We believe this will GIT-R-Done for Hangover Joe’s we are also publicly traded and our stock ticker is HJOE.

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Company Name: Hangover Joe’s Inc.
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