Monster drinks and a perk

Ashley Vasquez saving her caps for “free” hooded sweater (Angie L. Pineda)

Angie L. Pineda

The Monster corporation isn’t asking for money this time around, they ask for recycled caps that can be taken off the top of each Monster drink.

Ashley Vasquez, automotive technology major, has been diligently saving  seventy-five caps for the “Monster Energy Hooded Zip Sweatshirt.”

Although, Vasquez claims she drinks the controversial energy beverage for the taste, others have taken the drink before intense workouts.

The reason why people ‘may or may not’ buy the energy drinks, taste or not, can definitely be related to health concerns.

Most recently,  Monsters lawsuit derived from a 14-year-old girl is still raising doubts in consumers, since according to “MarketWatch” Monster shares have decreased this year.

Vasquez says that the caffeine doesn’t mess with her anymore as studies have shown that a heavy caffeine consumer may become insusceptible to the caffeine itself.

“I already had a red bull this morning,” says a slightly-over-one hundred pounded Vasquez.


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