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Two Orange County veterans launch new beverage company

On Point Energy will donate up to 40 percent of company sales to support troops.

By Danielle GautPublished: July 20, 2011 08:52 AM

Two former US Marines and co-founders of the parent company Veterans Global Ventures LLC, Dennis Wynant and Doyle Schaefers, recently debuted their energy supplement beverage company, On Point Energy DBA. The company’s best-known product, On Point Energy Shot is the first energy supplement committed to making significant donations to those who are serving our country, according to the company.

At least 20 percent of the company’s revenue will go towards supporting troops, including those that are injured or currently deployed and their families. An extra 20 percent of sales will go toward helping small businesses that are either owned by veterans or that display similar principles and ideals of service members and veterans.

On Point Energy Shot includes a blend of enzymes, B vitamins, and caffeine intended to provide energy that will last for up to hours. It contains zero calories and no sugar.

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Readers Feedback:

Great idea for a company and a great feel good story. So long 5hr energy, hello On Point
Comment at 7/20/2011
Tell me more, I am a v.N. Vet and would like to know more about your company. I live in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Comment at 7/24/2011
As an active duty Marine and small business owner in the exact same market as these guys, I look forward to learning from them as they help vets still in the service trying to start up, as advertised. Thanks guys! Can't wait to hear back!
Comment at 8/16/2011