TSI To Conduct Promilin(TM) Seminar at SupplySide West

MISSOULA, Mont. (September 18, 2003) – Technical Sourcing International, Inc. (TSI), a leading developer, producer, and marketer of nutraceutical ingredients, will conduct a seminar releasing the most compelling muscle glycogen resynthesis research performed to date using its patent-pending ingredient, Promilin™. The event will take place at SupplySide West in Las Vegas, Thursday, October 2, 2003 from 2 pm until 2:50 pm at the Venetian Hotel/Sands Expo, Room 801/802. The seminar is entitled: No Pain, More Gain: Promilin Proven to Power Glycogen Resynthesis

Promilin's ability to positively affect energy levels and body composition by promoting healthy glucose and insulin utilization offers millions of health conscious consumers remarkable promise. Now, serious fitness enthusiasts are realizing benefits too, logging accelerated recovery times for muscle building and repair after exhaustive exercise. This seminar will reveal the latest Promilin research; explore new ingredient applications and more.

Guest speaker will be Brent C. Ruby, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Human Performance Laboratory, Department of Health and Human Performance, Exercise Science Program, University of Montana.

To learn more about attending the seminar, contact Liz Smith, TSI Marketing Manager or visit the SupplySide West Tradeshow & Conference website.

About Technical Sourcing International, Inc. TSI is a leading developer, producer, and marketer of nutraceutical ingredients to the dietary supplement, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage industries. Among the numerous botanical, marine, and natural product extracts, as well as synthesized compounds in its ingredient portfolio, the company also offers several trademarked consumer ingredient brands, including OSTIVONE®, MSV 60®, PROMILIN™, and PUREFLEX® Chondroitin Sulfate and Glucosamine. The company is based in Missoula, Montana, and can be reached at (406) 549-9123 or www.tsiinc.com.

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