Life Extension
Contact Info
Email: customerservice
@lifeextension.com

Contact: Ron Antriasian, VP, Sls./Bus. Dev.
Phone: (954)766-8433
Toll Free: (888)884-3657
Fax: (866)795-6696
Street Address
3600 W. Commercial Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
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Description of Products: For 34 years, Life Extension in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has been dedicated to providing dietary supplements that meet the highest standards.

Who's Who

Year Founded: 1980

Key Personnel:
Paul Gilner, CEO
Rey Searles, VP, Mktg.
Ron Antriasian, VP, Sls. & Bus. Dev.

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