TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Flow Beverage Corp. (TSX:FLOW; OTCQX:FLWBF) (“Flow” or the “Company”) announced today that Krissie Millan will be resigning from her position as Chief Marketing Officer effective September 2, 2022. The Company intends to announce additional details on the transition of the role in the near term.
“Krissie has been integral to the development of the Flow brand and execution of incremental growth initiatives since joining Flow in 2018. She has built a very strong supporting team and leaves Flow in excellent position for its next leg of growth. We thank Krissie for her contributions during a critical period for the Company and wish her all the best,” said Nicholas Reichenbach, Flow’s founder and CEO.
Flow is one of the fastest-growing premium water companies in North America. Founded in 2014, Flow’s mission since day one has been to reduce environmental impacts by providing sustainably sourced naturally alkaline spring water in a sustainable, 100% recyclable and up to 75% renewable, plant-based pack. Today, the brand is B-Corp Certified with a best-in-class score of 126.5, offering a diversified line of health and wellness-oriented beverage products: original naturally alkaline spring water, award-winning organic flavors, and collagen-infused flavors in sizes ranging from 330-ml to 1-litre. All products contain naturally occurring electrolytes and essential minerals and support Flow’s overarching purpose to “bring wellness to the world through the positive power of water.” Flow beverage products are available online at flowhydration.com and are sold at over 35,600 stores across North America.
For more information on Flow, please visit Flow’s investor relations site at: investors.flowhydration.com.
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