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In 2005, three college friends from The Ohio State University noticed the growing popularity of mixing caffeinated alcohol drinks, like Red Bull and vodka, and decided to create a beverage company of their own. They took out a Small Business Administration loan, maxed out their credit cards, and put all of their financial resources on the line to launch Chicago-based Phusion Projects, LLC.

 

Over the past five years, Phusion Projects has become a successful alcoholic beverage company that sells its products in 47 states. Phusion Projects created the brands Four Loko and Four MaXed, drinks that combine alcohol with caffeine, gaurana, and taurine, along with Earthquake, a non-caffeinated High Gravity Lager.

 

From the company’s inception, Phusion Projects has been committed to being a responsible member of the alcoholic beverage industry and setting standards that are unmatched by other companies in the industry.

 

Phusion Projects works with distributors, retailers, local enforcement agencies and advocacy groups to ensure its products are used properly and only by adults of legal drinking age. The company has implemented strict standards for its retailers and conducts ongoing training to ensure its products are sold only to adults 21 and older.

 

Phusion Projects believes in being a good neighbor in the communities in which it operates. Along with contributing to the federal and state economies and supporting jobs across the country, Phusion Projects sets aside a percentage of annual profits to fund a number of charities, including: the American Cancer Society, Phoenix Children's Hospital, United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona, The Boys & Girls Club of East Los Angeles, Helping Hands in Africa, and the Ronald McDonald House.

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