Bond Laboratories, Inc. (OTCBB:BNLB) (“Bond Labs”), an international provider of innovative and proprietary nutritional supplements for health conscious consumers marketed primarily through its wholly owned operating division, NDS Nutrition Products (“NDS”), today announced that the Company will join GNC® as an advertiser and co-sponsor of the Australian Fighting Championship (“AFC”), Australia’s leading Mixed Martial Arts (“MMA”) platform and brand.
“The decision to partner with GNC to Co-Sponsor the AFC was a natural extension of our recent and highly successful launch into the Australian market. The AFC, which showcases the best Australian and international MMA talent, is an excellent opportunity to build product awareness and entrench NDS as an established premium brand in the region,” stated John Wilson, Bond Labs’ President & CEO. “GNC presently has over 1,600 international franchise stores in 56 different countries. We anticipate that our success in Australia will serve as a building block and prototype for aggressive and continued international expansion,” concluded Mr. Wilson.
About Bond Labs
Bond Laboratories is a manufacturer of innovative nutritional supplements. The Company produces and markets products through its NDS Nutrition division. NDS’ products number over 50 brands of energy, sports and dietary supplements. These products are sold directly through specialty health and nutrition retailers, including top-selling products at GNC® franchises. Bond Labs is headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska. For more information, please visit http://www.bond-labs.com.
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