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Twinlab CEO Tolworthy Applies Retail Insights To Supplement Maker Strategy

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

After a career in retail, Tom Tolworthy believes the insights he's gained into consumer behavior will prove useful at Twinlab Corp., his first gig on the manufacturing and marketing side of the supplement industry.

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