Tampa Bay, FL – February 22, 2018 – Sunshine Sauces, a division of Red Fishberger, LLC, has launched its re-branding and expansion campaign on Kickstarter. Sunshine Sauces debuted earlier this year. The responses to the sauces has been very positive, so much so that expansion of the line is in the works.
Originally called Red Fishberger, founder and CEO, Alexander Fisher soon discovered that the name was sparking confusion in the marketplace. “The name Red Fishberger was creating some confusion as to the type and use of the sauces,” commented Fisher. “My sauces and rubs have been developed to be used on any and all meats all at the individual discretion of the cook.”
Currently two sauces are available under the Red Fishberger brand – Fiery Mango Pepper Sauce and Smokin’ Orange BBQ. The expansion involves bringing a third sauce to the line as well as starting a new line of rubs and seasonings.The Kickstarter campaign will ensure the expansion of the line and catapult the line into production. Go to https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1828846645/re-branding-and-expansion for more details and an informational video and to make a pledge. Pledges begin at $15.
Sunshine Sauces are produced and bottled locally in Clearwater, FL. The contents are all natural ingredients with no preservatives or refined sugars and are gluten free and vegetarian friendly. The sauces are available locally in select retail shops. Fisher offers recipes on the website (www.sunshinesauces.com) with ongoing plans to add more recipes on a regular basis. Cooking videos on YouTube are also in the works. Fisher is also available for cooking demonstrations.
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About Red Fishberger, LLC and Sunshine Sauces:
Founder and CEO Alexander Fisher, a St. Petersburg, FL native, and veteran of the United States Submarine Force., has been in the food and restaurant business for over 20 years. While working as a sous chef, Fisher developed his sauces which his Chefs allowed the use of in the meals Fisher prepared. In 2005 through 2010 Fisher worked in Seattle at the Boat Shed Restaurant and was encouraged by his Chef to bottle and sell his sauces. Fisher moved back to St. Petersburg, FL and followed the Chef’s advice!