Quc and I recently made a trip out to TX to visit our co-packers, Merrytime. We flew into Dallas and took the two and a half hour drive out to Marshall where the factory is located. Travis and Kev of Merrytime gave us a tour of the factory and all the complex machinery that they used to produce TOMIC. I for one, don’t know how any of this stuff works, except the fact that in the end it makes the TOMIC Energy shot you guys will see shortly.
On a side note: I love Bone Daddy’s!!! This has got to be my favorite BBQ spot in Dallas. Check it out if you’re ever in the area.
This is too sick!! The new Lamborghini Reventon Roadster at a price tag of only 1.1 million Euro…damn. I thought I’d never say this but I wish those chicks would move out of the way. Take a good look ‘cause I think that’s as close as we’ll ever get to one of these bad boys…for now. I don’t want to ruin the images with too much text so I’ll end it right here.
Every time I think production will be complete, it gets pushed back.
I’d have to say that every step so far we have encountered problems. Believe it or not but developing Tomic has taken about a year–and it’s still not out. Before I continue on with this post, I must thank everybody for their support and for patiently waiting. Everyone here at Tomic has been spreading the word about our product with misleading release dates, due to me.
Tomic is unlike any other energy shot out there. We’ve paid the utmost attention to every aspect of production. From formulation, design, and to marketing, we strive for quality. So you can say that Tomic is custom from head to toe. With that, come setbacks here and there.
However, we our actually on the final step to release date and I can’t confirm a date, yet. All I can say is that shipping will take 3 days and packaging will take 2 days. And of course, with the unique design of our bottle our co-packer has to adjust their machine to accommodate the size and shape.
As any politician would do when under fire and in need of a distraction to deter attention, I have provided a video for ya’ll. I’m still trying to perfect the “art of escape.”