BOULDER, Colo., Sept. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Rowdy Mermaid, a beverage company producing crisp and refreshing, function-forward kombucha, today announced the online debut of its full lineup of functional brews, marking the first time the brand has gone direct-to-consumer since launching in 2013. Available directly through www.rowdymermaid.com, 12 oz cans can be purchased for $3.99, with 12- and 24-pack cases available. Shipping is available to all 48 contiguous states.

With the ongoing pandemic increasing the need for functional beverages and immunity-boosting products, Rowdy Mermaid accelerated plans for a direct-to-consumer program to fulfill at-home demand and get products to consumers quickly and safely, from the comfort of their own homes.

Rowdy Mermaid offers a lineup of plant-based brews, verifiably low in sugar and alcohol, each designed for a specific functional benefit. Now in infinitely recyclable aluminum cans, the eight flavors include:

  • Savory Peach™: takes the sweet flavor
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“Even in these challenging times, we delivered record digital transaction growth in July that accelerated to 124%,” said Alex Holmes, MoneyGram Chairman and CEO.  “After reporting a strong June where the Company returned to year-over-year global revenue growth, we’ve continued to see the underlying momentum in our business strengthen as our customer-centric digital transformation drives extremely strong results.”

Overall year-over-year July digital transaction growth of 124% and digital revenue growth of 109% was driven by the following components:

  • MoneyGram Online, the Company’s direct-to-consumer channel, delivered 126% year-over-year transaction growth in July, led by cross-border transaction growth of 207% as strong adoption of the MoneyGram app continues to grow in markets around the world;
  • Digital partnerships delivered 101% year-over-year transaction growth in July, an acceleration from 97% year-over-year transaction growth in the second quarter
  • Account deposit and mobile wallet transactions increased 165% in July, which is an acceleration from
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