Today’s consumers are taking a harder look at what goes into their bodies. What an individual eats and drinks significantly impacts their body, emotions and energy levels. The trick, then, is finding food and beverages that are both delicious and nutritious.
That’s why Chris Harper created Chase – a delicious, guilt-free cocktail mixer that doesn’t compromise on taste. Chase is the health-conscious alternative to sugar-laden cocktails and tasteless vodka-sodas that consumers have been waiting for.
Harper is Chase’s target customer. In his partying heydays, Harper sipped on vodka-sodas to maintain his svelte physique, wondering why there were no good-tasting drinks that weren’t sugar or carbs-laden. Those vodka-sodas just weren’t going to cut it for Harper’s no compromise lifestyle: If the gym is not open, he swims 50 laps and does 200 push ups instead. If only fast-food is available at 2am, he orders two chicken fillets to hit the day’s protein intake.
If there’s a manufacturing error, he calls 37 new co-packers to find one who can perfect the formula. Nothing can stop Harper’s relentless attitude and no-compromise lifestyle, which translates into the formulation of Chase.
Hangovers can ruin a day, and Harper, like many entrepreneurs, definitely doesn’t have time for that.
Most people know sugar is bad for their health. What most people don’t know is that sugar makes a hangover much worse. The liver processes both sugar and alcohol, and traditional cocktail mixers increase this load.
Chase is formulated with the highest quality Stevia which bypasses the liver and thus the hangover problem completely. To go above and beyond, Chase is also loaded with 9 B-vitamins to help combat the residual effect of hangovers.
Chase is keto-friendly, diabetic-friendly, vegan and gluten free. No compromise! The Mango-Pineapple and Cola flavors are fan-favorites and make transitioning from juice and pop easier than ever.
Chase is now available online and in 275+ retail locations including health food grocers and all GNC locations across Canada. Plans are underway to expand further to all major retailers in North America, and beyond.