Telling children they can be whatever they want will almost always be a good thing. Helping them reach those goals is even better.Respectfully, C.(not a Red Bull fan…bleh)
Kinda how I saw the 24 mile high skydive, too…cool, indeed, but one BIG commercial sponsorship.
Good thing it was a successful jump. Otherwise itcould have flattened sales.
It’s odd that Red Bull makes such a horrible beverage but sponsors great events that otherwise wouldn’t be able to get off the ground (pun not intended).
What is Red Bull, anyway?
“Red Bull, the brand that made energy drinks hip, is about to offer something it’s never before tried: flavors.”.But not Radish flavoured ?
What’s an energy drink? Personally, right now I’d go for a beer.
Red Bull IS caffeine, lots of it! As are the other “energy drinks”. Now, I think a good single malt Scotch is a better way to go! AND, it beats falling for all the ads that go with falling from space. (I do find Red Bull does sponsor “interesting things”, like a formula One team, air races, and other “adventuresome” activities that get folks off their couches!)