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TMCNet:  Gamma Labs releases new online commercial featuring Cincinnati Bengals star rookie Marvin Jones

[December 17, 2012]

Gamma Labs releases new online commercial featuring Cincinnati Bengals star rookie Marvin Jones

Dec 13, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- When it's time to step up and make the big play, Gamma Labs gives Marvin Jones the energy and focus he needs to make the plays PR NewsChannel CINCINNATI Gamma Labs, the makers of the popular energy drink G Fuel and workout supplement PTF, released a new commercial on its YouTube channel today featuring Cincinnati Bengals rookie wide receiver Marvin Jones in advance of the Bengals-Eagles game that airs tonight on the NFL Network.

The video compares Jones to one of nature's most majestic animals, the Bengal tiger, and focuses on Jones' quickness and focus, attributes powered by Gamma Labs' G Fuel and PTF energy products.

Gamma Labs products utilize an all-natural booster formula that gives athletes the energy enhancement needed to train and compete at the highest level without the crash that occurs with other energy drinks and supplements.

httpv:// v=clqmIH5Gssk (Watch the video online at: v=clqmIH5Gssk) "Marvin Jones' dedication to his workout regimen is second to none," says Clifford Morgan, Chief Executive Officer of Gamma Labs. "The toughness and intensity he showcases in his workouts is the same enthusiasm and dedication that Gamma Labs puts into delivering quality products to their athletes." Jones was selected by the Bengals in the fifth round of last year's NFL Draft. While Jones saw little of the field early in the season, he's hitting his stride. Jones has five catches and 102 all-purpose yards in the last two weeks including a career-high 45 yards in last week's loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

The Bengals try to keep their playoff hopes alive tonight as they face the Philadelphia Eagles in a nationally televised game on the NFL Network at 8 p.m. ET.

Other Gamma Labs athletes include Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals, Whitney Mercilus of the Houston Texans, Courtney Upshaw of the Baltimore Ravens, Kassim Osgood of the Detroit Lions, Stephen Hill of the New York Jets and Michael Egnew of the Miami Dolphins.

Visit the Gamma Labs TV channel on YouTube to watch the video and get more information on Gamma Labs products and athletes.

About Gamma Labs: Gamma Labs was established in 2004 for a single reasonaEUR"to find the healthiest, most effective way to enhance athletic performance using 100% natural, legal, and effective formulas. The team behind Gamma Labs consists of real athletes who use the products every day and who are committed to developing safe, highly effective, all-natural supplements formulated out of the latest scientific expertise and manufactured to the highest levels of pharmaceutical standards. Each of the company's products comes with a 100% unconditional money back guarantee. Learn more atAhttp://www.GammaLabs.netAor

MEDIA CONTACT Glenn Selig PR firm: The Publicity Agency Email:Aglenn@thepublicityagency.comA Phone: 813-708-1220 x7777 | Cell: 813-300-5454 Tyler Ragghianti PR firm: The Publicity Agency Email:Atyler@seligmultimedia.comA Phone: 813-708-1220 x7780 | Cell: 813-295-3269 Direct link: SOURCE: Gamma Labs 8

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