US: Record second quarter for Who’s Your Daddy

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 4 July 2007

California energy drinks company Who's Your Daddy has said it expects net revenues for the second quarter of more than US$800,000, representing an increase of 384% from the same period last year, and a record for San Diego company.

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California energy drinks company Who's Your Daddy has said it expects net revenues for the second quarter of more than US$800,000, representing an increase of 384% from the same period last year, and a record for San Diego company.

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