, founded by 27-year-old Arthur Ebeling
, produces a tea-based energy drink that is currently distributed in West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania.
"It was great to meet other entrepreneurs," Ebeling
was the only business recognized from West Virginia, a feeling that Ebeling
described as humbling, and he
hopes to encourage other local and state businesses, as well.
At the recognition ceremony, Ebeling received an award as well as a letter signed by President Barack Obama detailing the importance of National Entrepreneurship Month and the role of the entrepreneur.
To be able to serve the military would really instill a great sense of purpose to what we're doing," Ebeling
is looking forward to the future prosperity of Warrior Energy
knows that his
success would not be possible without the support of the community, including ROCS convenience stores' role in being the first to stock the energy drink.
Arthur Ebeling, founder and CEO of Warrior Energy Inc., displays several of the awards the company has won, including the latest award naming the company as one of 100 national businesses to make the Empact100 list.