XITE Energy, the Bristol based healthy energy drink is keeping the NHS and key workers going, by sending free crates of XITE Energy to those in critical roles during the coronavirus pandemic.
XITE Energy was launched by co-founder’s Oliver Bennett and Megan Jones in 2018, just two years after they finished university. With high quality and ethically sourced ingredients and delicious flavours from real fruits, they created XITE Energy, a stripped back energy drink.
Yesterday they delivered crates of the drink to staff at the Bristol Royal Infirmary and are now extended that offer of free cans UK wide.
Oliver Bennett, Co-Founder, XITE Energy said: ‘During these uncertain times we thought it would be nice to do something to support the NHS workers. We have the Bristol Royal Infirmary just down the road, so dropped some crates of XITE to them yesterday. They are all done such an amazing job. It got us thinking – we should send crates to as many key workers as we can across the UK. If you know of NHS workers or emergency services staff that need a pick me up, then get in touch.’
Megan Jones, Co-founder, XITE Energy said: ‘It is just a small gesture to say thank you to everyone who is keeping the country safe at this difficult time.
We have always said that we want to make sure that XITE Energy is the go-to drink when you need a quick pick me up – and these critical workers need it more than ever.’
So far they have delivered 24,000 cans to the following hospitals
BRI (Bristol), Bath, Chippenham, Gloucester & Cheltenham, St Michaels, Southmead, Harverdordwest, Swansea, Cardiff, London, Abergavenny.
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