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Danny Minogue elected Alpine Canada chairman

CALGARY, ALTA (Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011) - Montreal businessman and former ski racer Danny Minogue was elected Wednesday as chairman of Alpine Canada at the organization's annual general meeting. Danny, 56, is a former elite ski racer for the national Can-Am squad in the 1970s. As founder and CEO of FitTime Nutrition he brings over three decades of managerial experience in the surgical supply business. Danny also supports several hospital foundations and chairs several charity events. Most recently, he was co-chair of Montreal's 2011 Ride to Conquer Cancer, with over 1,850 participants that raised $6.7 million. He was also nominated as a finalist for Ernst and Young's Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2011.

"We've assembled a team of very successful business people from across Canada who are either former elite ski racers or those with a passion for the sport," said Danny. "The three most important messages that the new board is embracing are good governance, fundraising and podium results.

FitTime is proud to announce that it has been selected as the Official Supplier of Energy Supplements for the Canadian Freestyle Ski Association for the season 2011-2012. "This is a great opportunity for both organizations", said Danny Minogue, founder of FitTime, " our products represent state-of-the-art in clean, effective energy supplements for professional athletes and other serious sports enthusiasts who aspire to reach their best performance levels.

FQSC is proud to partner with FitTime, a nutritional products company aimed at athletes. In line with the standards set out by the World Anti-Doping Agency, these products have been developed in keeping with the highest standards in terms of material quality and control. Duly certified as "clean", FitTime nutritional supplements enable athletes to meet their full energy requirements during long training sessions, while allowing them as well to reach their performance goals.