ON Honored with 27 Nominations for Bodybuilding.com Supplement Awards

Optimum Nutrition’s (ON) best selling Gold Standard 100% Whey™ has been recognized as Bodybuilding.com’s Supplement of the Year every year consecutively since 2005. So it should come to no surprise that the sports nutrition industry’s innovation and quality leader has been nominated for a broad range of ‘bests’ in this year’s highly anticipated installment of Bodybuilding.com’s annual Supplement Awards. In addition to being in the running for Brand of the Year, 17 different ON products are listed in 15 separate categories including Supplement of the Year, New Supplement of the Year, and Protein Powder of the Year.

“ON was founded with a mission to provide all types of athletes innovative products of consistently high quality,” said Jay Jacobsen, Marketing Manager for ON at the company’s headquarters in Aurora. “To be recognized for excellence in an online poll of the nation’s premier Internet-based sports nutrition retailer is an honor we are proud to accept year after year.” Winners will be announced during Olympia Weekend in Las Vegas, September 24th through 27th, where the ON team with be busy sampling exciting new products.

Optimum Nutrition has a long history of performing well beyond expectations. This philosophy was at work when the company built its own state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Aurora, and continues to this day with hands-on management over every aspect of the production process. To further assure uncompromising standards of quality, ON’s manufacturing facility is NSF GMP Registered and AIB GPM Certified.

For more information on Optimum Nutrition or The 2009 Bodybuilding.com Supplement Awards visit www.optimumnutrition.com.
Or contact Tim Weigard at 630-236-6707.
700 N. Commerce Street, Aurora, IL 60504

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