Pavel Stuchlik, who performs as NOA|AON, and NADI Founder & CEO Nina Tickaradze will make a three-day multi-city tour to promote the naturally occurring health benefits of wild grown organic rosehips used to make NADI beverages and how our bodies, spirits and minds work in harmony.
ATLANTA, NEW YORK CITY AND ORLANDO – July 17, 2018 – NADI is pleased to announce a partnership and series of promotional events with serial entrepreneur and music artist Pavel Stuchlik to advocate a shared mission of healthy living and being in tune with your body and spirit.
Stuchlik, who performs as NOA|AON, and NADI Founder & CEO Nina Tickaradze will make a three-day multi-city tour to promote the naturally occurring health benefits of wild grown organic rosehips used to make NADI beverages and how our bodies, spirits and minds work in harmony.
They will showcase several fun, refreshing cocktails that can be made with NADI at events on July 19 in New York City at the Marquee Club; on July 20 in Atlanta at the Belize club; and on July 21 in Orlando at Saline. The Jalisco Kiss is made with NADI, tequila and lime juice, while the Old Fashioned Lady features NADI, bourbon and muddled strawberries.
NADI is a socially responsible enterprise that creates jobs and financial stability for refugees in the country of Georgia who have been displaced by regional conflicts. NADI means “collective work effort” in Georgian.
“I am so excited to partner with NADI, which tastes incredible and is loaded with essential vitamins and minerals that keep my body and my mind feeling energized and strong,” said Stuchlik. “I especially love NADI’s socially responsible mission that improves the lives of displaced people.”
After Stuchlik’s first career as a professional cyclist was sidelined after a serious illness, he channeled his energy and motivation into a successful business and artistic career.
He started a carbon-fiber bicycle parts company, then expanded into renovating and selling houses in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. He also owned numerous franchise locations of Tutti Frutti frozen yogurt, O’My Buns! specialty bakery and OrangeTheory fitness.
Stuchlik’s passion for music therapy and the neuroscience behind music inspired him to transition to another career as a professional electronic music producer who also DJs under the name NOA|AON, which stands for “movement” and “all or nothing.” He has performed at nightclubs across the United States, and at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock Desert, Nevada, and the Imagine Festival in Hampton, Georgia.
He draws inspiration from experiences that challenge and unite the mind, spirit and body, and has worked with psychologists and neuroscientists to better understand the chemistry of how and why music impacts us. He once spent 10 days in complete darkness without food in a cave in Thailand, which he says changed his views life and gave him new insights on how he processes sound and sight.
Stuchlik, who is originally from the Czech Republic, was delighted to discover a taste from his childhood in NADI rosehip drink. His grandmother often made rosehip tea for him as a small boy, and used it as a cure-all for colds, flu and other illnesses.
The berries from the dog rose plant, rosa canina, are rich in dozens vitamins and minerals, and have been recognized for centuries for boosting energy, strengthening immunity, speeding recovery after exercise and minimizing the effects of hangovers.
Each bottle of NADI has 135% of daily Vitamin C needs, and the berries contain as much as 25 times more Vitamin C by weight compared with some citrus fruits. There are only 9 calories per bottle, and NADI has no added sugars, preservatives or artificial ingredients.
“I could eat many oranges and deal with all those calories and sugar, or I can drink one NADI and get all of my Vitamin C that way,” Stuchlik said.
Guests at each event on the multi-city tour will be given free NADI, and can sample the seven custom cocktails crafted around NADI’s delicate floral flavor and pleasant tartness. All of the NADI cocktails can also be made without alcohol.
“We are so happy to partner with Pavel, whose zest for life and view of the world is so closely aligned with our own,” said Tickaradze, who founded NADI in 2014 to bring the ancient tradition of rosehip drink to the world and create jobs for displaced people in her native country of Georgia. “We are looking forward to a successful tour through New York City, Atlanta and Orlando as we introduce more people to the benefits of NADI.”