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Hype Energy Drinks

ORIGINS

Originally launched in 1994 by the founder of the Hard Rock Café, Hype Energy was heavily involved in motor-sport in its early years; first by sponsoring the Arrows Formula One team and subsequently Benetton F1, Williams F1, a NASCAR outfit and several motorbike teams. Associated with the Formula One party lifestyle and with a strong presence in the paddock, Hype Energy committed huge funds to sponsorship in order to achieve global recognition and establish worldwide distribution.

1997

In 1997, Bertrand Gachot signed a distribution agreement with Hype Energy drinks with a view to introduce the products to France. Gachot was a Formula 1 driver, further solidifying sport and racing as a pillar of Hype’s brand. As a F1 driver Gachot completed a full season with the Larrousse team in 1992 and finished sixth at the Monaco Grand Prix. Outside of Formula 1, Bertrand Gachot won the 24 Hours of Le Mans title in 1991 with Jonny Herbert and Volker Weidler.

Hype Energy Drinks
Hype Energy Drinks

2000

In 2000, Bertrand Gachot joined the Hype Energy Drinks leadership team and restructured the company. He kept four Hype Energy products in its portfolio: Hype MFP with strawberry and cranberry, Hype Energy Morning Rush with a citrus flavor, Hype Passion Attack with passion fruit and Hype Night Boost with peach.

EVOLUTION

The culmination of 18 months of development, Hype Energy now contains ten vitamins and has no artificial colors or preservatives. The improved Hype Energy product gives the company a substantial boost. It was first launched in France and the Persian Gulf, and by 2001 it had achieved significant global growth.

Hype Energy Drinks
Hype Energy Drinks

HYPE ENERGY NOW

Today, the Hype Energy drinks range comprises of Hype Energy MFP, Hype Energy MFP Zero Max, the low-calorie Hype Energy Enlite, Hype Energy Up, Hype Energy Mojito, the Hype Energy Shot and the newest flavor, Hype Energy Afterdark. Hype Energy drinks are now available in over 45 countries worldwide.