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Top Secret Nutrition Hires Tanya K. Bhatt To Lead Company's Digital Branding

MIRAMAR, Fla., March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Top Secret Nutrition LLC welcomes Tanya K. Bhatt to the newly created position of Director of Digital Marketing.  She will be responsible for branding strategy and implementation for all digital assets and their real-world extensions.  Tanya brings to the company a wealth of branding strategy and marketing experience, ranging from traditional to experiential to digital.  Having worked at ad agencies, an athletic footwear company, and starting her own ventures, her experience spans consumer goods, lifestyle, hospitality and sports marketing.  Most recently she was running her marketing consultancy, @launchbrand, helping businesses position, define, and communicate their unique marketing stories.

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"I am thrilled to be joining such a dynamic and fast growing company.  Top Secret Nutrition offers products of the highest quality standard in the exciting world of sports nutrition, weight management and health essentials. I look forward to working with the management team and becoming a part of the success story. This company is perfectly positioned to build upon its already strong brand identity across various product categories, and I'm passionate about the opportunity to help people achieve their health, fitness and lifestyle goals," said Ms. Bhatt.

"Tanya has a strong track record of building differentiating brand strategies and bringing them to life while harnessing all digital and real-world assets.  We are excited to have her on board to focus attention on our product offerings and to expand brand awareness across a diverse group of consumers, and to continue building our community of existing fans. Tanya will add value creating consumer access and engagement for the brand across all digital platforms, and extending that community in the real world." said David Zinn, co-founder and Executive Director at Top Secret Nutrition.

Tanya received a B.A. from Brown University, speaks a variety of languages, is an avid half-marathoner and Olympic-distance triathlete, and resides in Miami Beach, FL.

About Top Secret Nutrition:

Top Secret Nutrition LLC is a developer and marketer of high-quality nutritional supplements with the purpose of providing quality products to help improve lives through excellence in nutrition. Top Secret Nutrition is considered a leader in sports nutrition, general heath and weight management supplementation, with product offerings in each of the three product categories. These products are widely available in the United States at some of the most relevant retailers such as GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Vitamin World, and online at CVS.com, Drugstore.com and Bodybuilding.com. The products are also distributed to a wide network of retailers by Europa Sports, Select Nutrition Distributors (a division of UNFI). Top Secret Nutrition is a global brand and products are increasingly available in international markets worldwide.

Top Secret Nutrition's corporate office is based in Miramar, Florida and its primary manufacturing facility is based in Tennessee. All of its products are manufactured in the United States using Good Manufacturer Practices (GMP) certified labs. 

For more information, please contact:                     

Tanya K. Bhatt

(954) 496-9600

[email protected]

www.topsecretnutrition.com

@TSNTopSecret

Media Contact: Tanya Bhatt, Top Secret Nutrition, 954.496.9600, [email protected]

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