BeBevCo Adds More Walmart Stores to KOMA Unwind Distribution Network in North Carolina, Florida, Pennsylvania and Texas

by Tom on January 8, 2013


BeBevCo's KOMA UNWIND now in Philadelphia, PA, South Florida, Statesville, NC, and this weekend will be in multiple stores in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in Texas.

BeBevCo is excited to continue to add more Walmart Stores selling KOMA UNWIND after the August 2012 launch in all 78 South Carolina Stores. As of today, KOMA UNWIND is in Statesville, NC, several Philadelphia, PA stores, a number of Walmarts in South Florida and, starting this upcoming weekend, KOMA UNWIND will be available in multiple Dallas and Ft. Worth, TX area stores.

Currently, KOMA UNWIND is the only relaxation drink in Walmart stores. BeBevCo expects to continue to grow the business relationship and add more Walmart stores throughout 2013.

Brian Weber, CEO of BeBevCo said, “We have a great partner in Walmart helping spread the word about our flagship product, KOMA UNWIND. I am absolutely confident the more consumer demand there is, the more Walmart locations that will have our product available in. Consumer demand is the engine behind speed to market; so the more pressure on retail from consumers the more retail will find the space for KOMA UNWIND.  Americans in every corner of this country are looking for solutions for sleep deprivation, anxiety and stress.

For those consumers that still cannot find KOMA UNWIND and our other products locally, go to our website or to place an order.

For distributors looking to increase their sales and join the Relaxation Revolution, contact our sales team ( and we will get you started immediately.

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