In 1973, the Calvo family purchased the Pepsi Cola Bottling Company of Guam and has since localized the brand into the most popular soft drink on-island. Newly-appointed General Manager Jon Denight oversees Pepsi and more than 200 other products under the Pepsi umbrella of distribution. Pepsi in Guam has undergone a vast brand evolution in its distributorship to include beverages such as Dr. Pepper, Mountain Dew, Seven-Up, Hawaiian Punch, Canada Dry, Diet Pepsi, Mug Root Beer, Lipton Brisk Tea, Dole Juices, Starbucks Frappuccino and many more. Moreover, in 2003 Pepsi and the Calvo’s acquired the ultimate sports beverage—Gatorade. Not only do the Calvo’s distribute Gatorade, they are active sponsors and participants in local sports leagues behind the Gatorade banner—sponsoring basketball leagues, soccer leagues, youth football, volleyball, and 5k races. The Calvo’s have expanded the export lines of Pepsi and Gatorade throughout the Marianas and beyond to American Samoa, Nauru, Kiribati, Solomon Islands, and Tonga, just to name a few. The Calvo’s have been instrumental in bolstering the Pepsi and Gatorade reputation throughout the islands by offering great customer service focusing on building product loyalty. This year, the company has invested $4 Million in a modern state of the art bottling plant. Pepsi will continue to provide a superb product and service in hopes of driving the goal of being the largest, most profitable beverage company in the region.