Monday, May 30, 2011

Our clientsa are winners.

Here are a few horses that ran over the weekend and use Maximum Performance Products--May 30, 2011

Bret Calhoun - Uses Maximum Performance Original Formula

Horse - Grandacious won the $75,000 Cinemine Stakes on May 30th at Lone Star Park in Dallas, Texas

Horse - Beat The Blues ran second in the $100,000 Grade 2 Winning Colors Stakes at Churchill Downs on May 30th

Larry Kopycinski - Uses Both Maximum Performance Original formula and Joint Matrix

Horse- Heza Devil Man won the $40,000 Louisiana Purchase Stakes at Delta Downs on May 28th in near track record time with a speed index of 103!

Darryl Soileau - Uses OCD Matrix Formula

Horse- JLS Mr. Bigtime- Won the $134,000 Delta Downs Derby with a speed index of 102. He is now on his way to New Mexico train for the All-American Derby.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

New Websites Created and Launched by Calzone.

Calzone was hired to created to highly specialized websites.Baronne Veterinary Clinic is a medical and surgical equine facility located in Sunset, Louisiana. The practice works throughout Southwest Louisiana and the New Orleans area. The veterinarians tend to the top sport and race horses in Louisiana.

Baronne Veterinary Clinic utilizes new technologies and the latest medical and therapeutic treatments for the benefits of its equine patients. The Clinic offers wellness and rehabilitation methodologies that keep the equine athlete healthy for competition and pleasure. Veterinarians focus on client education because they believe that the horse owner is an integral part of the process.

The Maximum Performance product line contains products for designed for horses of all ages. From muscle development and enhanced training ability to prevention of OCD and arthritis production, Maximum Performance will benefit your horse's entire athletic career. The Maximum Performance line of products contains only pure bio-active pharmaceutical grade ingredients and none of the cheap additives and fillers that manufacturers lace their products with to bring their cost down.

These highly bio-active nutrients are seen in many products on the market but rarely in their therapeutic doses.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Congratulations to Si Brown.

Bruce Foods Corp. President Appointed to the Grocery Manufacturers Association Board of Directors

NEW IBERIA, La., Feb. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Bruce Foods Corporation announces the appointment of company president, J.S. "Si" Brown III to the Grocery Manufacturers Association Board of Directors. Since 1908, the Grocery Manufacturers Association has helped guide and inspire the consumer packaged goods industry in the US and abroad. GMA serves as the voice of this industry which brings nutritious, affordable, and high quality foods to Americans and to the world. The association and its member companies are committed to meeting the needs of consumers through product innovation, responsible business practices and effective public policy solutions developed though a genuine partnership with policymakers and other stakeholders.


The Grocery Manufacturers Association helps its members produce safe products through a strong and ongoing commitment to scientific research, testing and evaluation and to providing consumers with the products, tools and information they need to achieve a healthy diet and an active lifestyle.

The GMA Board of Directors is comprised of leaders of its member organizations and is actively involved in shaping GMA's priorities and policy. GMA's members contribute heavily to the association through involvement in issue-specific councils, committees and working groups. "I am deeply honored to serve the Grocery Manufacturers of America at a higher level," said Si Brown. "This is an organization that has been so important to our company and been so effective for the food industry that I am humbled to have been chosen."

Mr. Brown has been president and CEO of Bruce Foods since 1973 and is currently serving as Chairman of the Board of Advisors of the John Folse Culinary Institute at Nichols State University and is a member of the Board of Pennington Research Foundation, Baton Rouge Louisiana, the Advisory Council of Louisiana Ports and Waterways and is a Vice President of the Evangeline Area Council Boy Scouts of America. Mr. Brown has a long history of expertise in International Business and has served on numerous National and Statewide committees. He has served three terms as Chairman of the Louisiana Export Council operating under the auspices of the US Department of Commerce, Washington DC and was appointed in 1986 by US Secretary of Commerce, Malcolm Baldridge to serve as a member of the Industry Sector Advisory Committee on US Trade Policy Matters, Washington DC and reappointed to serve two additional terms under Commerce Secretaries Verity and Mosbacher. He has also served as a member of the Agricultural Technical Advisory Committee for Processed Foods, US Department of Agriculture, Washington DC and as the Honorary Council General of Brazil for Louisiana.

For Additional Information,

Please contact Virginia Brown or

Joah Butler @ 337-365-8101