Strike Force Beverage donates energy drink products and funds to help relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey
Strike Force Beverage donated $10,000 worth of Strike Force Energy to the Texas National Guard.(YouTube)
Strike Force Beverage recently donated $10,000 worth of Strike Force Energy to the Texas National Guard to help them with their relief efforts, according to a press release.
Strike Force Energy decided to do its “small part” in the relief efforts because “everyone volunteering on these efforts is working grueling hours, which will leave them mentally and physically exhausted.”
Strike Force Energy is an energy drink that can be mixed with any beverage. The product is sugar- and calorie-free and is considered to be a “healthier” option to other canned energy drinks.
In addition, Strike Force Energy also matched the purchase of every person who purchased Strike Force Energy products with the discount code “HARVEY” with a donation to local police, EMS and fire departments.
“Thank you to everyone for stepping up and helping all Americans in Texas and the Gulf Coast region after this devastating natural disaster,” Co-founder and CEO Bruce Schlee said in a statement.
Hurricane Harvey was one of the most destructive hurricanes ever recorded in United States history, causing the deaths of at least 82 people and economic losses estimated at well over $100 billion.