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    PepsiCo is one of the world's leading food and beverage companies with a global portfolio of diverse and beloved brands. At PepsiCo, their vision is that they are aiming to deliver the best financial performance over the long-term by integrating sustainability into their business strategy. They are also aiming to leave a positive impact on the society and the environment. They call this performance with purpose. It starts with what they make and extends to how they make their products by using…

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    Element Vape Essay

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    ElementVape.com is based in South Florida, a company that produces Element Vape e-Liquids with the integrity and purity of the American standards. They offer quite a broad range of tasty and unique blends. Their premium dripper series are designed specifically for use with mechanical mods and drippers. Their formulation involves higher VG concentration with less nicotine, to produce clouds that as pure and dense as possible. The e-liquids are always pre-steeped before being availed to the public…

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    Craft Beer

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    If each brewery in the US brewed six different beers, there would be nearly 25,000 craft beers to choose from. On the other hand, if you think about an IPA from Vermont or an IPA from Michigan, the variety does become a little less. Never fear. The nation’s brewers are responding to the constant demand for novelty and new tastes with soda pop. Seriously? Fermented hard-soda are truly a variant of craft beer, depending on yeast and the same complex blending of flavors that happens in the brewing…

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    Eberhard Anheuser, German-born American cofounder, is known to Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc., one of the largest breweries in the world. He wad born on September 27, 1806 in Kreuznach Germany and died on May 2, 1880. In the mid-1800s, an extensive quantities of German foreigners touched base to St. Louis, basically because of political changes in Germany and Bohemia in 1848. With the vast movement of Germans to St. Louis, soon the chief business in the zone was brewing beer. Eberhard left…

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    The Mountain Man Beer Company has defined it’s self by the unique position in which it only has one type of beer to sell. Mountain Man Lager is known as “West Virginia’s beer”, and has fostered the reputation as a legacy beer. It has won numerous awards over the years, including the reward for best beer in West Virginia over the past eight. As many companies have adopted other varieties of drinks into their product mix, MM has maintained it’s one and only Lager and has successfully done so for…

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    In the island town of Friday Harbor, Washington, kids were selling jellyfish to Osamu Shimomura for a penny apiece. The kids were an eclectic mix of locals, summer people, and the offspring of the scientists who had occupied the waterfront, but the jellyfish in their buckets were pretty much alike—formless, colorless blobs about the size of mice. They were blind and brainless, possessing only mouths, muscles, and weak stingers, and one more thing, of enormous interest to Shimomura—rims of…

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    The Juicy Fruit magazine advertisement is very bright and noticeable with just one glance. The background is the signature Juicy Fruit yellow and features four male, clay characters. All of them are standing on a raised platform facing a microphone in the center of the page. Each of them is wearing a blue blazer, white collared shirt, blue and white striped tie, blue shorts, and brown shoes. Three of the figures are singing, while the fourth is happily chewing gum, with a Juicy Fruit package in…

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    Although the invention of e-cigarette was in the 1960s, it gained popularity just a decade ago. Today, there are more than hundreds of e-cigarette brands that offer vaping kits and diverse range of flavors, including some delicious fruit flavors. Due to the ease of using and traveling with these kits, many tobacco users are now switching to the battery powered cigarettes. No wonder that the e-smoke trend is gaining popularity rapidly than ever. If you already have your e-cigarette set, here are…

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    Nautica Blue Pest Analysis

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    Nautica Blue is pretty consistently the top selling cologne on Amazon month after month and is featured in the “Cheap Colognes that Smell Amazing” article. Its combination of how inexpensive it is, mixed with its outstanding reviews across many sites make this one of the most popular colognes of 2016. Here are some of the great things people have said about Nautica Blue. “This cologne is one of my favorites!! Nautica did it once again. This is my third bottle of Nautica Colognes and I have yet…

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    Academic Source 1 Crompton, J. L. (1993). Sponsorship of Sport by Tobacco and Alcohol Companies: A Review of the Issues. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 17(2), 148-167. This article discusses how the sports industry’s concerns with their own self-betterment and prosperity, commonly results in incongruent sponsorships with companies representing addictive and harmful products. John L. Crompton analyzes multiple perspectives on the issue regarding tobacco and alcohol sponsorship in sport.…

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