SOURCE: Texas Wyoming Drilling, Inc.

February 03, 2011 05:46 ET

Texas Wyoming Drilling, Inc. Hires National Agency, Kinara, to Create Brand Name Recognition for Its New Vita-Breezz(C) Products

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - February 3, 2011) - Texas Wyoming Drilling, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TWDL), today announced that the Company has signed an agreement with Kinara, a creative full service advertising agency. Kinara specializes in developing brand name recognition, especially within the food and beverage category. Their impressive list of clients include 7-Eleven, Borden, Meadow Gold, Dean Foods, Gandy's, Schepps and many others. 

As previously announced TWDL recently signed a contract with a subsidiary of a New York Stock Exchange traded company. The companies will work in a joint venture to bottle and distribute water flowing from wells currently producing over 28 million gallons of water per year. TWDL will provide the pure spring water as well as the vitamins and nutrients to make various juice flavored beverages. This will be a unique line of products marketed under the name of Vita-Breezz©. TWDL anticipates in excess of $5 Million in retail sales in the first year of full production.

The Vita-Breezz© product is now on store shelves in some areas. A news release specifying the name of the bottler and distributor is pending permission to use their name and make a full disclosure.

Today, especially in the desert area throughout Nevada and the surrounding states, water is a resource that is at a premium, and the price of good quality bottled water reflects that value.

The Company is proud to announce that water from the wells mentioned above was verified to be of good quality when it was tested In April, 2010 by the Nevada State Health Laboratory at the University of Nevada School of Medicine. It passed all of the Nevada State health standards. The significance of being able to market pure water from a natural source became apparent in July of 2007 when CNN reported that three of the largest bottlers of water in the U.S. admitted that their bottled water came from a public water supply. Pepsi-Cola (Aquafina) and Nestle (All Nestle Pure Life) reported they would change the wording on their bottles to identify whether their water came from tap water or a ground-well source. Coca-Cola (Dasani) at that time had no plans to change their labeling.(1)

Pepsi-Cola reported that in 2006, the U.S. bottled water business amounted to roughly $15 Billion.(1) Water is also the primary ingredient in carbonated soft drinks, and that industry had a retail dollar volume of about $72.7 billion in 2009.(2)

(1) Report dated July 27, 2007 by CNN online at
(2) Beverage Digest, Volume 54, No.7, March 30, 2009

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