Miami, FL (PressExposure) April 11, 2011 -- Security Beverages Company Inc, the United States importer of Security Feel Better, an innovative and premium anti-hangover beverage continues to expand the rapidly-growing list of distribution partners by announcing the addition of Security Beverage Southwest, Inc as the exclusive distribution partner for the state of Texas.
Security Beverage Southwest is an independently owned and operated beverage distributor based in Dallas, Texas. Security Beverage Southwest's efforts will focus on restaurants, nightclubs, liquor stores and convenience stores in the State of Texas.
One of their first retailers of Security Feel Better is the Lower Greenville 7 Eleven store in Dallas. Store owner David Thach said "in less than four weeks, Security Feel Better has surpassed and far outweighed all energy shot sales and revenues for our store. It is now the best selling item we have in the functional drink category".
"We believe that Security Feel Better has great health benefits, taste and appeal that consumers have been looking for, giving us a clear advantage with our distribution points." said John D. Short, President of Security Beverage Southwest.
Leonardo Freitas, Managing Director at Security Feel Better, stated "We are pleased to be working with such a customer service driven organization and look forward to growing our sales through the close relationship that Security Beverage Southwest presently enjoys with their customers."
Security Beverages Company Inc has positioned Security Feel Better as a national brand, and is implementing a roll-out strategy designed to foster consumer awareness and brand development across the US. Security Feel Better is an all natural anti-hangover drink invented by French scientists in 1994 which stimulates the digestive process, helping to eliminate toxins up to six times faster.
Security Beverage Southwest is a sales and distribution company specializing in identifying and the introduction of new and innovative products. The management team is led by John D. Short.