SWIG and Sodalicious Celebrate Resolution with a “Dirty” Drink

SALT LAKE CITY--()--St . George-based SWIG and Provo-based Sodalicious jointly announced today that they have amicably settled the long-standing lawsuit over trademark and product infringement concerns with a settlement that is mutually beneficial to both companies. Details of the agreement were not released.

We believe there is space in this market for everyone and wish each other the best of luck in growing our respective businesses,” said SWIG’s CEO and Founder, Nicole Tanner. “The specialty soda opportunity is expanding rapidly and we have been fortunate to have been pioneers in the space.”

We’re pleased to have come to a middle ground on these issues and look forward to continuing to provide our quirky take on soda mixology to consumers everywhere” said Sodalicious CEO and Co-Founder, Kevin Auernig. “We’re happy to have this behind us and look forward to spreading the Sodalicious love.”

Look forward to new locations from both brands coming your way!

Contacts

The Summit Group
Todd Wolfenbarger, 801-244-9600
twolfenbarger@summitslc.com

Release Summary

St. George-based SWIG and Provo-based Sodalicious jointly announced today that they have amicably settled their long-standing lawsuit.

Contacts

The Summit Group
Todd Wolfenbarger, 801-244-9600
twolfenbarger@summitslc.com