On November 17,2017, the global Newswire reported on the court case which was brought against a Cheyenne, Wyoming based company. Nutrition Distribution LLC brought a lawsuit against Enhanced Athletics. They alleged that the advertising practices of Enhanced Athletics was causing their company to lose sales. They also claimed that the advertising of that company was fraudulent.
By bringing this lawsuit, they felt that they deserved to have a settlement from Enhanced Athletics. None of the claims have ever been proven true. Nutrition Distribution LLC went to court to attempt to obtain an injunction against Enhanced Athletics. However the court judge denied the injunction against Enhanced Athletics. He did not feel that the Plaintiff’s evidence established even a casual connection to them losing sales. Thus the Courts decision was a win for the Enhanced Athletic LLC company. They have put this legal suit behind them and will continue to promote their products along with their sister companies.
Enhanced Athletics has two sister companies. One is named Enhanced coaching. This company provides elite fitness coaching and serves as a guide to helping a person get the body that they want and show you how to get your body just the way you want it to look.
Another sister company is Enhanced Gear. This company sells merchandise for Enhanced Athletics. The biography of Enhanced Athletics starts at its founding. It was founded as a research company and they wanted to make good products. Their goal was to conduct research that they could bring to serious athletes to better their lives.
They also are a non profit company. This means that all of their proceeds are placed back into the company to go toward more research. They want to contribute to society and make people’s lives better.
This company does not place anything in their products unless they have put a great deal of research into it. There are not many companies of the caliber of Enhanced Athletics who can be non profit and throw the entire amount of their profits back into their company and continue to do more research to make better and better products.
— Dr. Tony Huge (@enhancedathlete) December 19, 2017