Stop Aging Now Named to Prestigious Inc. 5000 List

Oct 13, 2010, 19:52 ET from Stop Aging Now

BETHESDA, Md., Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Stop Aging Now has been selected by the editors of Inc. magazine as one of America's fastest-growing private companies. Stop Aging Now, a recognized expert in nutrition and anti-aging, sells high-quality anti-aging vitamins and supplements.

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Stop Aging Now was placed in the top 5,000 list after an impressive 3-year growth rate of 19%. Stop Aging Now's CEO, Joshua Corn, commented on this special honor, "We are thrilled to be included in the Inc. 5000. It is an honor to be listed among America's top private companies, especially during these turbulent economic times."

Stop Aging Now is a leading provider of premium grade anti-aging vitamins and supplements, and is also a trusted source for cutting-edge health, nutrition and anti-aging news through their content site LiveInTheNow.com.  

"We carry a complete line of over 100 premium grade vitamins and supplements, but are best known for our line of multivitamins, which consistently rank among the best multivitamins on the market by independent tests," says Corn.  "We are unique in that we are also recognized as a trusted resource for practical, actionable advice on optimal health and longevity through our content site."

Based on the ground breaking book, Stop Aging Now! by New York Times Bestselling author Jean Carper, Stop Aging Now was established to provide anti-aging solutions to help people live longer, healthier lives. All Stop Aging Now vitamins and supplements are made in the USA to pharmaceutical grade standards and are backed by a 180-day, no questions asked, return policy.

The Inc 500/5000 list is based on revenue growth from 2006 to 2009. Issued annually, the list ranks the fastest growing companies in the United States. Companies were required to have minimum revenues of $80,000 in 2006 and minimum revenues of $2 million in 2009 to qualify for the 2010 list, and must be privately held, for profit, and independent as of December 31, 2009.

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