Anti-Aging Pioneers Join Market America to Prove Age is Just a Number

Drs. Ronald Klatz and Robert Goldman Partner with Market America to Develop Cutting-Edge Anti-Aging Products

GREENSBORO, NC - Market America, a leading product brokerage and one-to-one marketing company, today announced a strategic partnership with renowned anti-aging research pioneers, Drs. Ronald Klatz and Robert Goldman. The combination of Market America's mass customization capabilities and the cutting-edge technologies developed by Klatz and Goldman will provide advanced products designed specifically to address the health issues of an aging population.

"Market America is very pleased to enter into this partnership," said Dennis Franks, executive vice president, Market America. "Klatz and Goldman are leading the charge into the future of health. Growing old used to be thought of as unavoidable. They have virtually created the anti-aging industry and are proving that growing old does not mean living a less productive life."

Through a joint research and development pact, the recently unveiled partnership will promote and market new products and concepts designed to prevent health risks associated with aged metabolism.

"Market America offers not only an impressive line of products but also the unique capability to produce and mass customize products," said Dr. Ronald Klatz, founder and president, American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, and co-founder, National Academy of Sports Medicine. "They are leading their industry with customized products designed for a demanding market. We are eager for the opportunity to explore the possibilities this partnership offers."

The partnership will focus its resources on developing innovative products designed for an aging baby-boomer population. With the median age moving upwards as the baby-boomers draw closer to retirement, the treatment of age-related disorders, currently a $30-billion industry, is expected to top the trillion-dollar mark worldwide.

"Anti-aging is the future of healthcare. We are only beginning to discover the potential of proactive intervention to help keep people young," said Dr. Robert Goldman, president, National Academy of Sports Medicine, and co-founder and chairman, American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. "Our partnership with Market America allows us to leverage an established line of production to further promote and advance the anti-aging field."


Headquartered in Greensboro, N.C., Market America provides a method of achieving financial independence with its proven UnFranchiseR Business Development System and market-driven products. Founded in 1992, Market America has experienced explosive growth and achieved more than $1 billion in suggested retail sales. The Company has more than 85,000 distributors worldwide and has recently expanded its operations into Australia. Market America is leading its industry with bold Internet technology, One-to-One Marketing and Mass Customization. The cutting-edge marketplace Mall Without Walls(tm) can be found at Market America is changing the face of business, one customer at a time.


Dr. Ronald Klatz is recognized as a leading authority in the field of anti-aging medicine, the inventor, developer or administrator of over 100 scientific patents and has authored over 36 books. As the founder and president of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, he has pioneered the exploration of new therapies for the treatment and prevention of age-related degenerative diseases. As President of the Academy, Dr. Klatz oversees educational programs for more than 10,000 physicians and scientists from 65 countries.


Dr. Robert Goldman as devoted his multi-faceted career to the advancement of human health and performance. He is the chairman of the International Medical Commission overseeing the sports medicine committees in over 176 nations. He is also founder and international president of the National Academy of Sport Medicine and co-founder and chairman of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.


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