Enzymes, Inc. Prepares for Summer of Events

Parkville, Mo. (May 23, 2006) – With summer right around the corner, things are already heating up at Enzymes, Inc.

“We have a full schedule planned,” said PR Coordinator Andrew Turner, “especially for a small company like Enzymes, Inc.”

The second week of June will mark the first day of summer events for the enzyme-based nutritional supplement leader. It kicks off June 8-11 with the American Environmental Health Foundation’s (AEHF) Symposium in Richardson, Texas. Visit booth # 8 for information on the Advanced Formula™, BioSET™, and NESS™ lines of enzyme-based nutritional supplements.

In the month of July, Enzymes, Inc. representatives will be attending the National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA) Annual Natural Products Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas, 7/14 – 7/16 at the Sands Convention Center. Stop by booth # 549 for samples and product information from the WellZymes™ line of consumer products.

Las Vegas is also the destination for the American Naturopathic Medical Association’s (ANMA) Annual Meeting. It will be held at the Riviera Hotel and Casino, July 28-30. Enzymes, Inc. personnel will be in booth # 317 to answer questions and provide product samples and information from the NESS and BioSET lines.

“In addition to exhibiting with the ANMA, Enzymes, Inc. also wishes to support the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, or AANP,” said Turner. “We will be in booth # 525 during their 2006 National Convention, August 9-12 in Portland, Oregon.

Other slated summer events for Enzymes, Inc. include the Kansas Chiropractic Association’s New Doctor Seminar (July 20) in Wichita, Kansas, the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association’s Summer Convention (August 17-20) in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, and the Florida Chiropractic Association’s National Convention (August 25-27) in Kissimmee, Florida.

For updated information about Enzymes, Inc. events and exhibits, view the company calendar at www.enzymeexperts.com.


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