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Pro Football Prospects Training at TEST Sports Clubs(TM) Use SURGEX(TM) as Part of Their Pre-Combine Training Regime
Date:1/15/2008

NCAA Football Players Currently in Training and Preparing for the NFL Combine Use SURGEX(TM) as part of their Training Program at TEST Sports

Clubs(TM)

BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Jan. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Millennium Biotechnologies Inc., wholly-owned subsidiary of Millennium Biotechnologies Group, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MBTG), announced today that SURGEX(TM) is currently being administered as part of the nutritional program provided to elite Division I & II Collegiate Football Athletes training for the NFL Combine at TEST Sports Clubs(TM) (http://www.testsportsclubs.com) in Martinsville, New Jersey. Athletes preparing to enter the NFL Draft in April representing teams from the SEC, ACC, Big Ten, Big XII and Big East are using the SURGEX(TM) product as part of the Football Academy: NFL Combine Training at TEST Sports Clubs.

SURGEX(TM) is one of five co-sponsors of the NFL Combine Training Program currently underway at TEST Sports Clubs. Other co-sponsors include Under Armor(R), EAS(R), Power Plate(R) and Amino Vital(R). TEST Sports Clubs Partner and COO Kevin Dunn is proud to offer SURGEX(TM) to his athletes for their post training nutritional needs, "TEST Sports Clubs are committed to providing only premier, science based products and services to our athletes. SURGEX(TM) represents the elite formula these athletes require to assist in proper recovery following intense training sessions and workouts."

Millennium's recently launched SURGEX(TM) product line is used by world class collegiate and professional athletes in some of the most intense athletic training programs in world. The SURGEX(TM) formula is certified by the Banned Substance Control Group (BSCG) to contain no banned substances. "As an alternative to stimulants and excess protein based products that dominate the sports market, SURGEX(TM) represents true alternative formula that ad
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