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Diet Mountain Dew is also a favorite at Push 'Em Station in Mead, Okla., taking first prize in the diet wars, according to the store's owner Donny Simmons.
Diet Mountain Dew is presenting the show, and the soft drink brand promises free stuff and drawings in a news release.
The operator said that youth smoking prevention programme Truth, PepsiCo's Diet Mountain Dew and Microsoft's XBox 360 have so far signed up as advertising partners for the programme.
Diet Mountain Dew with its high-energy, high-intensity, active, extreme citrus taste, the only alternative would be to suck some lemons.
Scarborough found that Jonesers consume 47 percent of all Monarch Beverage Co.'s All Sports (sports drink) sold; 45 percent of Anheuser-Busch's Bud ice; 43 percent of Citra, a grapefruit-flavored beverage by Coca-Cola; 42 percent of VeryFine (fruit juice); and 37 percent of PepsiCo's Diet Mountain Dew.
Most of that growth came from new product introductions that included regular and diet Mountain Dew Code Red, lemon Pepsi Twist, lemon-lime Sierra Mist, and the berry and cola combination Pepsi Blue.
The company's brand portfolio includes Aquafina, Brisk, Cheetos, Diet Mountain Dew, Diet Pepsi, Doritos, Fritos, Gatorade, Lay's, Lipton, Mirinda, Mountain Dew, Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Ruffles, Quaker and Sierra Mist.
Diet Mountain Dew is also a favorite at Push "Em Station in Mead, Okla., taking first prize in the diet wars, according to the store's owner Donny Simmons.
is launching the bold extension nationwide, the first since the introduction of Diet Mountain Dew in 1988.
New PepsiCo products that will be featured in the drug channel include limited-edition Diet Mountain Dew Supernova, and Starbucks Refreshers, an energy drink with extract of green, unroasted coffee beans for a little kick of caffeine without the coffee taste.
Earlier this year, for instance, the company unveiled a reformulated version of its diet Mountain Dew soft drink.
"Orange-ignited" LiveWire is Mountain Dew's third line extension since the launch of Diet Mountain Dew in 1988.