Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 20, 2005
Water is water. Who says? Actually, there is not one single bottle of water that is the same. Every bottle of water (by manufacturer) has a different chemical and mineral composition which leads to a difference in taste.
Today, the bottled water industry has seen a drastic increase not only in sales, but too, has realized a drastic gain in a more 'water savvy' consumer. Statistics show that seven out of ten people in the U.S. drink at least one bottle of drinking water per day compared to last years figures of four out of ten.
People once believed that water was water. Not so. Now you have different types, different flavors, different brands, different claims, different prices, etc., etc. The market is fierce in competition.
"The ABC's of marketing bottled water is to begin with the packaging," says Andre Moretti, President of Market S.T.A.T. "What ABC Dispensing has created in its product line of 'au Le Cadeau' Natural Mountain Spring Water is simply the way it should be done. They have beautiful packaging, a wonderful tag line of 'bottled at the source,' and they have something that no other company can claim to date and that is... there is gold in their water!"
While gold is the most sought after element in the world, many of its medicinal properties are buried in the annals of time. Ancient cultures of the past consumed gold as an elixir. Many of these cultures used gold in ceremonies to access a higher state of consciousness, while today... modern medicine has found gold to be useful for relief of pain associated with arthritis and other forms of stiffness.
"au Le Cadeau," which is ABC Dispensing Technologies (ticker symbol ABCC) "high end" line of bottled water wil be produced in a 12 oz. glass container resembling the Eiffel Tower. "au," the symbol for gold has a significance to the name, "au Le Cadeau," because the water is laden with a multitude of minerals as such as colloidal gold.
"Our packaging is very important to us, as is the taste and mineral content," states the president of ABC, Denise Sullivan. "That's what will set us apart from the rest."
ABC Dispensing has recently concluded a reverse split of its stock at the rate of 1,000-1 which leaves it in the position of 24,000 shares issued and outstanding against 150,000,000 shares authorized.
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