Hip Hop Mogul Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Pure Growth Partners launched a charitable energy drink called Street King, an energy shot that will combat world hunger.
The company released their energy drink a few months prior to the end of 2011 and adopted a 1 for 1 business model. For every purchase of Street King a portion of the sales will go to providing a daily meal to an underprivileged child around the world through the United Nation’s World Food Programme. The ultimate goal for 50 Cent, who is ranked in the top five money earners for Hip-Hop artists by Forbes Magazine, is to feed a billion people in Africa over the next five years through the Street King project. Currently the company has already accounted for 3.5 million meals.
The Street King energy drink is available in Orange Mango and Grape flavors retailing between $2.49 to $2.99 and available at GNC, 7-Eleven, Rite-Aid and online at the Street King official website. The energy shot contains natural flavors, no artificial colors and made with a natural source of caffeine. The Street King Energy shot has zero calories, carbohydrates or sugar, and is fortified with gingko biloba and vitamins.
Currently, consumers can download and print a cupon for 50% off a purchase of the energy shot. Visit the Street King Facebook page to download.