Norfolk, VA (PRWEB) November 29, 2011
Since Lazy Dayz Hookah Lounge of Virginia started serving Chronic Ice Hemp Iced Tea, it has become quite popular in their Virginia smoking lounges. It is so popular, in fact, that Lazy Dayz plans to serve Chronic Ice to their smoking lounge guests at the 96X Winter Meltdown this Thursday evening.
“We'll be running the smoking lounge at the 96X Winter Meltdown,” said Michelle Driscoll, of Lazy Dayz Hookah Lounge in Virginia. “Since so many of Lazy Dayz’s guests love Chronic Ice Hemp Iced Tea, we chose to include them as one of our featured products.”
96X Winter Meltdown will feature nine bands who will share the stage for what some are calling the concert event of the decade. These bands include: Foster the People, Bush, Cage the Elephant, Cake, Taking Back Sunday, Naked & Famous, Young the Giant, Sleeper Agent and Grouplove.
Doors for this event open at 5:00 pm, and the concert start time is set for 5:30 pm at the Ted Constant Convocation Center located at 4320 Hampton Boulevard in Norfolk, Virginia.
Chronic Ice, which is currently available in its original lemon flavor, has recently announced five new flavors of the hemp iced tea: pineapple, blueberry-grape, black cherry, ginger ale and unsweetened. The nation’s first premium hemp beverage is also getting a completely new packaging design that expresses the hemp beverage’s refreshing-now-and-healthy-later benefits.
For more information about hemp seed, Chronic Ice health tea or Kush Boys Worldwide, visit chronicicetea.com or call (888) 557-3332.
About Kush Boys Worldwide
Kush Boys Worldwide is a Los Angeles beverage company committed to pursuing ventures that benefit a demographic they call the new-age pop culture. Current projects include the online animated series Master Kush; an eco-friendly clothing line for the urban demographic called Kush Couture Lifestyle Apparel (KCLA); an all-natural iced health tea made with hemp known as Chronic Ice; the natural male enhancer Sir Rock; and Kush Boys Studios.
Kush Boys is now launching a number of lifestyle products, such as Chronic Ice and KCLA clothing, to satisfy the needs of a demographic they call the new-age pop culture.