Minority-Owned Positivity Alkaline Water Partners with Big Investor


As we celebrate the end of Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week 2020 and anticipate the inaugural Buy MBE Day on September 19, it is with much pride that we recognize our clients’ successes and the impact they are making in our communities.

Our client, StarWalker Industries, LLC, partnered with Raashaun Casey, better known as DJ Envy, music producer, and American DJ of the radio show, The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1, to further promote the Positivity Alkaline Water brand.

For DJ Envy’s birthday on September 3rd, Gia Casey, DJ Envy’s wife of 19 years, gifted him with a stake in the minority-owned bottled water company, Positivity Alkaline Water LLC, a subsidiary of StarWalker Industries LLC, founded by Atlanta Business Attorney David M. Walker, Esq.

DJ Envy pictured with Positivity Water cases

“This partnership perfectly aligns with Positivity’s passion for promoting healthy lifestyles, and DJ Envy’s pursuit of wellness, not only for himself but for his devoted fans and followers across the nation,” stated David Walker.

The Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) community is comprised of over 11 million small businesses nationwide and these businesses thrive in partnerships. These alliances give small MBE companies a chance to compete with big business. The Georgia MBDA Centers encourage strategic partnerships and are proud to see the resulting success of assisting clients to build these partnerships over the years.

Positivity produces premium 9.5+ pH alkaline water with the mission of providing positivity to positive people. For the last two months and in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Positivity has hosted a FREE Case Giveaway, where they offered members of the Atlanta community a free 15-pack case of its premium alkaline water. Frontline workers received two complimentary cases of Positivity for their valiant efforts in the battle to return to normalcy. To further encourage positivity in the community, Positivity Alkaline Water’s recycling initiative pays three dollars for each returned empty 15-pack case to reclaim and recycle the Positivity bottles.

To learn more about StarWalker Industries and the Positivity Alkaline Water brand, visit http://www.starwalkerindustries.com/.