“I like using fresh fruit in all of my stuff,” the curves creator said. “I think it makes a difference.”
The artistic bottles actually come from Italy. A satin chrome finish is bartender friendly.
Weber seemed excited to place Southern Curves in Milledgeville.
Partner stores and restaurants receive website promotion and a signature drink.
“When they get it, I let them make up a cocktail and name it what they want to name it and place it on the website,” the owner said.
The brand name “shows women they don’t need to ever give up on life.”
Weber wants real “curvy” women to be comfortable with who they are and how they look.
Southern Curves supports charitable efforts to empower females.
Kimmie Weber (no relation) from Savannah is a female soldier and mother of four battling terminal cancer.
“She empowers me,” Weber said.
All of the iTunes download proceeds of ‘Southern Curves,’ sung by country music performer Sydney Hutchko, are allotted for Kimmie.
The goal total would send the cancer victim and her family to Disney World.
Weber’s pipe dream through the brand would help organizations such as the Wounded Warriors Project and Georgia burn victims. The latter influence comes from her son’s firefighter occupation.
Southern Curves creator envisions a “rest in peace” fund to look after children who’ve lost a mother as well.
“You have to help others,” Weber said. “I believe in giving back.”
Visit Southern Curves Spirits on Facebook at www.southerncurvesspirit.com or on Twitter @SCSVodka to learn about the brand and ways to take a vested interest in female strength.