Those who threw caution to the wind and tipped a pint or two while enjoying everything Irish can now join millions of Americans in a celebratory toast to a rapid recovery on Monday, March 18, 2013 – the 2nd annual National Hangover Joe's Day.
St. Patrick’s Day is one of the largest days of alcohol consumption in the U.S.A. The Hangover’ Recovery Shot by Hangover Joe's inc. gives consumers the advantage of waking up with hangover relief at hand this March 18th which is a Monday and is the 2nd annual National Hangover Joe's day in the USA.
This is becoming a tradition for the company that is a leader in hangover recovery in America. "Hangover Joe's day is for all the working stiffs out there that celebrate in the spirit of the Irish," the brand says.
According to the brand, The Hangover" Recovery Shot can be found coast to coast in convenience stores, grocery stores, retail drug outlets & liquor stores. The brand is growing both domestically and Internationally and is becoming one of the biggest new beverage in stores nationwide, it says. Just like there was energy shots and relaxation shots, now hangover recovery shots have found their way onto store counters as one of the next big things for consumers looking for hangover relief. The brand estimates there are more than 30 million hangovers in the USA a week and on Monday, March 18th there are sure to be many people looking for hangover relief. The company's website states that "The Hangover" Recovery Shot is the morning after recovery shot that Relieves - Recovers & Re-Energizes consumers from the side effects of the morning hangovers.
The company says that only can “The Hangover” Recovery Shot give a much needed boost to American partygoers nationwide, but it also has the potential to save businesses, big and small, plenty of green – greenbacks that is. In the past, March 18th has taken precedence as one of the leading “sick days” in the country. Hundreds of thousands of working stiffs and executives alike have traditionally stayed at home on the days directly after the holiday in order to nurse the after effects of a rousing St. Patrick’s Day. The national recovery of this holiday costs American companies millions of dollars each year. In the end, Americans revelers just shrug their shoulders, raise a pint, and shout “Slainté!” as they toast to good health. It just goes to show that even average Joes are Irish on March 17th, which, the brands offers, is good reason for Americans to stock up on “The Hangover”™ Recovery Shot for the inevitable morning after.
According to the 2009 American Community Survey, U.S. residents claiming Irish ancestry are nearing the 37 million mark – eight times the current population in Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day marks the death of the 5th-century Catholic saint and has been observed as a religious holiday on the Emerald Island for more than 1,000 years. The Irish have traditionally used this break in Lent as a reason to sneak off to the pub. Americans took the idea of imbibing to heart and transformed the “high holiday” into a national party celebrating all things Irish. These days, March 17th places at the top of the list as the most exuberantly observed U.S. drinking holiday of the year, making March 18th, according to the brand, the natural choice for official National Hangover Joe's Day.
According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, alcohol abuse costs the United States an estimated $185 billion each year. Nearly half of that green, $88 billion in fact, is directly linked to binge drinking and the related instances of alcohol-induced injuries and the productivity loss from morning after illnesses. National Hangover Joe's Day brings attention to this dilemma by highlighting the potential effects of excessive and binge drinking. This is where Hangover Joe's come into play. This is a morning after berry blast flavored 2 oz shot that is the official product for Warner Bros. smash movies "The Hangover." The brand's website it hangoverjoes.com