Revibe Wellness goes beyond DTC to help local business
Direct-to-consumer company Revibe Wellness is expanding into brick-and-mortar in an effort to support small businesses nationally during the COVID-19 pandemic. The move follows partnerships that the company struck with a handful of small businesses to provide wholesale discount prices to retailers while maintaining the set retail price on its 500-mg wellness cream at the store level.
“Providing local small businesses with a popular, all-natural CBD product, is critically important for people's well-being during these tough times," said Awais Spall, director of business development for Revibe. “Our goal is to inspire other companies to also contribute a lending hand to support the small business community during these challenging times.”
In addition to its small business partnerships, San Diego-based Revibe will be donating 10% of its online sales to Direct Relief, a humanitarian organization operating in all 50 states working to improve the lives of people impacted by poverty or emergencies.
The response from local business partners has been positive.
"Revibe has been a game-changer for us," said Joe Brown, partner at Empower Golf Performance in Henderson, Nev. "At Empower Golf Performance our philosophy is: To play better golf, our bodies need to be healthy and move efficiently. Revibe has given us an extra edge in helping our clients move better without pain and discomfort. The feedback and results that we have had with our clients, who have been using Revibe, has been nothing but positive. Our biggest challenge is keeping enough of it on the shelf for purchase."