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How Energy-Drink Companies Prey on Male Insecurities

The global team of athletes sponsored by Monster Energy, the caffeinated-beverage company, is a roster of super bros. Conor McGregor, of Ireland, is a densely tattooed mixed-martial-arts champion who trained in Tae Kwon Do, karate, capoeira, and kickboxing while working as a plumber, prior to turning pro in M.M.A. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch to Scale Back in XFINITY Series in 2016

The NASCAR XFINTIY Series’ winningest driver will have a different schedule come 2016. Kyle Busch will return to NASCAR’s second-tier division next year, but running approximately half the races. Losing Monster Energy, which has been...Show More Summary

UFC News 2015: Ronda Rousey Gets New Monster Energy Sponsorship Deal

The world of combat sports has never had a woman so dominant in her discipline than Ronda Rousey.

Let the endorsements roll! Ronda Rousey collects Monster Energy sponsorship

Cha-ching! All the more reason to smile "Rowdy!" You see those Monster Energy drink cans that make their way into a majority of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) combatants' post-fight interviews, or the one's that are carefully situated...Show More Summary

Motool Is Now Official Sponsor Of The 2016 Barn Pros Racing / Home Depot / Yamaha Supercross Team

November 4th, 2015- Motool has just signed a deal to become an official sponsor of the 2016 Barn Pros / Home Depot / Yamaha Supercross team. The team will be contesting the 2016 Monster Energy Supercross 250SX West rounds with three amazing young riders- Scott Champion, Cole Martinez and Austin Politelli. Show More Summary

2016 KTM Junior Supercross Challenge Schedule

Photo by Simon Cudby MURRIETA, Calif. - KTM North America, Inc. is excited to announce the 2016 schedule for the KTM Junior Supercross Challenge (KJSC) program, the popular intermission show of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World...Show More Summary

Amazon coupon saves you 15% on Monster Energy Drink

Monster Energy Drink is easy to dismiss if you’re not a fan, but energy drinks are big business right now. In fact, Monster as a company is worth more than $29 billion right now. If you are a fan of energy drinks then you’ve no doubt tried Monster, and you know it’s one of the best tasting drinks on the market. Show More Summary

Kurt Busch Picks NASCAR Endorsement- Monster Energy

Kurt Busch has long been unsponsored. While he’s been driving around with the likes of Tony Stewart and Gene Haas, he’s failed to pick up a primary sponsor as of yet. News broke that Busch has now found a co-primary sponsor with Monster Energy. Hass Automotive will also be sponsored by the company for the

Germany is about to start up a monster machine that could revolutionize the way we use energy

For more than 60 years, scientists have dreamed of a clean, inexhaustible energy source in the form of nuclear fusion. And they're still dreaming. But thanks to the efforts of the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, experts hope...Show More Summary

Monster Energy LOLCat

Is getting ready for a pre-halloween bash down at Aftershock today as he feels like partying now that he knows the Harperman won’t be back in office. Party on LOLCat, Party on.

Kurt Busch’s career resurrection continues with new Monster Energy sponsorship

Monster Energy announcing it will serve as one of Kurt Busch’s primary sponsors is the latest indication the driver has overcome his tumultuous past. Kurt Busch's season began under a cloud of scrutiny brought upon by allegations heShow More Summary

Kurt Busch stays at Stewart-Haas, Monster Energy joins him there

By AMANDA VINCENT Stewart-Haas Racing driver Kurt Busch and team co-owner Tony Stewart held a press conference at the SHR shop in Kannapolis, N.C., on Wednesday to announce that Busch has agreed to a multi-year extensioin of his contract to continue driving the No. 41 Chevrolet Stewart-Haas entry in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and [...]

McDonald's testing Monster energy drinks at some locations

McDonald's is adding a little fuel to its beverage lineup. The Oak Brook-based company confirmed it is testing Monster brand energy drinks in about 20 stores, including one in Chicago — the so-called Rock N' Roll McDonald's at 600 N. Clark St. "We're always gathering feedback from customers on the...

McDonald’s Plans to Sell Monster Energy Drinks

Big Macs with a jolt. Obviously spurred by the "successful" implementation of all-day breakfast, McDonald's executives have warned that more changes will be afoot. One of these, it seems, is trying to sell Monster energy drinks as part of value meals. Show More Summary

Kurt Busch officially sticking with Stewart-Haas Racing

Kurt Busch will be with Stewart-Haas Racing past 2016. The 2004 Sprint Cup Series champion and the team announced Wednesday that Busch had signed a "multi-year" extension. As part of the contract extension, Monster Energy will have a larger presence on his car. Show More Summary

Stewart Haas Re-Signs Kurt Busch, Adds Monster Energy

Stewart-Haas Racing announced not only a multi-year contract extension for driver Kurt Busch on Wednesday but also a new primary sponsor for the No. 41. Monster Energy, a longtime Busch partner, will adorn his Chevrolet SS as co-primary sponsor with Haas Automation for 35 races and as primary sponsor for one race in 2016. Show More Summary

Kurt Busch, Stewart-Haas Racing Agree to Multiyear Contract Extension

Kurt Busch's time under the Stewart-Haas Racing banner won't be ending anytime soon. The 37-year-old announced Wednesday he had signed a long-term extension with the organization. In addition, Monster Energy will be his car's sponsor, per Fox Sports' Tom Jensen. Show More Summary

McDonald’s Testing Sales Of Monster Energy Drinks In Five States

Need a little pick-me-up after a greasy burger and fry value meal? McDonald’s thinks it has the answer: sell energy drinks.  The Golden Arches is testing sales of Monster energy drinks in about 20 restaurants around the country, Bloomberg reports. “We’re always gathering feedback from customers on the food and beverages they’d like to be served at McDonald’s and this …

A Monster test for McDonald’s

High-caffeine drinks are being offered in 20 American McDonald’s restaurants as the burger chain tests a potential new market. ||| Chicago - McDonald’s is selling Monster Beverage Corporation energy drinks in about 20 of its US restaurants, potentially opening up a new market for the high-caffeine beverages. Show More Summary

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