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4721 Ironton Street
Building A
Denver, CO 80239
Website: http://www.musclepharm.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/MusclePharm
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MusclePharm
Phone: 303-396-6100
Email: info@musclepharm.com
 

Investor Kit: http://www.qualitystocks.net/content/clients/mslp-summary.pdf
 

MusclePharm News and Updates
 

(OTC QB: MSLP) MusclePharm: Money Report Interview of CEO Brad Pyatt (Fox Business)

See Dave Gentry's interview of CEO Brad Pyatt's on "The RedChip Money Report."

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Reuters.com: MusclePharm Corp Completes $12 Million Offering of Series D Convertible Stock


MusclePharm Corp announced that it has successfully completed the final closing of a $12.0 million registered direct offering of its Series D Convertible Preferred Stock. The Frost Group, LLC, headed by Miami entrepreneur Dr. Phillip Frost, was the lead investor in the offering and elected to increase its previously announced investment in the offering to a total of $2.9 million dollars. MusclePharm issued a total of 1,500,000 shares of its Series D Convertible Preferred Stock in a registered direct offering at a price of $8.00 per share. Each share of Series D Convertible Preferred Stock is convertible into two shares of common stock, subject to adjustment. The net proceeds to MusclePharm from the closings were approximately $10.8 million after deducting placement agent fees and offering expenses. GVC Capital LLC acted as the lead placement agent for this offering.

MusclePharm's CEO Letter to Shareholders Carried by NBC

Forbes Magazine: Billionaire Pharmaceutical Entrepreneur Makes Bet On Fast Growing Supplement Manufacturer: MusclePharm

SeekingAlpha.com: Some Thoughts On MusclePharm CEO's Letter To Shareholders

Yahoo! Finance: Manager of Royce Funds to Appear on This Week's "The RedChip Money Report"


Announcement of CEO Brad Pyatt's appearance is also made in this press release.

MusclePharm CEO Issues Letter to Shareholders

DENVER, CO, Feb 15, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- MusclePharm Corporation (OTCQB: MSLP), a nutritional supplement company focused on active lifestyles, is pleased to announce that it has released a letter from its CEO, Bradley J. Pyatt, to update shareholders on the current status of the Company.

Dear Valued MusclePharm Shareholders,

I want to personally thank you for being a MusclePharm Corporation shareholder. We are excited about the future of our Company and this letter outlines our vision and plans for the future.

Over the past three years we achieved exponential product sales growth, growing from around $1.4 million in revenue for 2009, to approximately $78 million in 2012. However, to finance that growth from essentially a startup mode we had to utilize dilutive financing instruments, which were very expensive and hurt our financial performance, and as one would expect, our stock price suffered too. All of us at MusclePharm believe that our market capitalization today is not a valid reflection of our Company's current underlying fundamentals. Below I address how we are proactively addressing our future, which we believe should result in better financial results and a higher stock price as we move forward.

As you probably know, we recently completed a $12.0 million registered direct offering of our Series D Convertible Preferred Stock at $8.00 per share. Each preferred share is convertible into two shares of our common stock. In 2012, we spent considerable time cleaning up the Company's balance sheet and raising other capital to support our growth. In late 2012, we issued 516,308 shares of our common stock to several accredited investors pursuant to conversions of warrants to purchase an aggregate of 728,648 shares of our common stock. As a result of these warrant conversions and other extinguishments of derivative liabilities, our stockholders' deficit decreased from approximately $11.0 million at June 30, 2012 to approximately $7.3 million at September 30, 2012 and our derivative liabilities decreased from approximately $7.9 million at June 30, 2012 to approximately $25,000 at September 30, 2012. Now, in the first quarter of 2013, after our registered direct offering, we believe we have positioned the Company to continue growing with the proper type of capital structure that will allow us to focus on profitability.

With the proceeds from our recently completed offering we paid off all our mezzanine and short-term debt. We are now debt free. We expect to use the remaining proceeds from the offering to launch new products, seek to expand internationally, and seek to increase our U.S. sales force.

As you also are probably aware, in late 2012 we completed an 850:1 reverse stock split. The reverse split was a necessary step for us to seek a listing on a stock exchange. We expect we will have such a listing this summer after we post our 2013 first quarter results. There are several benefits to being listed on a stock exchange, but the most important is the ability to seek institutional investment in our shares. The institutions that were looking at investing in our Company over the past few years declined for the most part, citing our lack of a stock exchange listing. Going forward, these investors will have the ability to participate in our Company once we are listed on an exchange.

Our Growth Story

In September of 2008, we started MusclePharm out of my garage in Denver, Colorado. Fast-forward to today and we are recognized as a global leader in a multi-billion dollar industry. Our gross revenue increased exponentially as follows*:

Dollars in millions 2009: $0 - $1 2010: $1 - 4 (300% gain YOY) 2011: $4 - 17 (325% gain YOY) 2012: $17 - 78 (370% gain YOY)

* These numbers have been rounded for ease of reading, and 2012 is unaudited.

In a time when our economy has struggled, we achieved revenue growth of approximately 300%+ year over year. We project we will increase our gross revenues in 2013 to over $100 million.

At the 2012 Bodybuilding.com Supplement Awards, we received three Awards of Excellence; we received (i) the "Brand of the Year" award, (ii) the "Packaging of the Year" award, and (iii) the "Pre-Workout Supplement of the Year" award for Assault(TM). On top of that, we've won over 15 other industry awards since our inception.

Our headquarters in Denver, Colorado has a state-of-the-art over 30,300 square feet athletic facility with a medical and clinical testing department, complete with equipment for measuring and conducting athletic clinical studies and supporting athletes. Our medical and clinical professionals consist of several nationally recognized medical doctors and nutritional experts who oversee our product research, formulation, efficacy analysis and testing. It also serves as a place for some of the world's top athletes to come and train and be educated on the latest nutritional advancements that we have under development.

Our primary growth strategy is to:

-- Increase our product distribution and sales through increased market penetrations both domestically and internationally;

-- Increase our margins by focusing on streamlining our operations and seeking operating efficiencies in all areas of our operations;

-- Continue to conduct additional testing of the safety and efficacy of our products and formulate new products; and

-- Increase awareness of our products by increasing our marketing and branding opportunities through endorsements, sponsorships and brand extensions.

Our core marketing strategy is to brand MusclePharm as the "must have" fitness brand for workout enthusiasts and elite athletes. We seek to be known as the "athlete's company," run by athletes who create their products for other athletes, both professional and otherwise. We believe that our marketing mix of endorsers, sponsorships and providing sample products for our retail resellers to use is an optimal strategy to increase sales.

In addition:

-- Our products are currently sold in over 110 countries, with the goal of reaching 175 countries in the next few years.

-- Our products are available in over 10,500 U.S. retail outlets with the goal of reaching 20,000+ in the next few years.

-- Retail stores include GNC and Vitamin Shoppe, as well as over 100 online stores, including Bodybuilding.com, Vitacost.com, GNC.com,Amazon.com, SupplementWarehouse.com, AllStarHealth.com, LuckyVitamin.com, Dick's Sporting Goods, and many more

We recently renegotiated our terms with our manufacturers and have refined our distribution model, and as a result, we should experience better sales margins. On top of this, we have reviewed our operating costs and are cutting several non- essential expenses. We also recently launched a new product called Amino1. To date, it is the fastest growing product (sku) we have ever had here at MusclePharm.

Finally, in mid 2012, we hired an experienced CFO, Gary Davis, who most recently served as executive vice president and CFO for Bodybuilding.com for almost six years. Bodybuilding.com is a world leader in sports fitness and nutritional supplements and is a very large website for nutritional products. Gary's experience includes extensive experience as a chief financial officer with strengths in external and management reporting and analysis, accounting, tax, treasury, human resources and risk management functions in public and private companies along with the dietary supplement industry. He provides strength and direction for the demands and growth of MusclePharm.

Going from no revenues to over $78 million in less than four years was impressive growth, but all of us here at MusclePharm have the goal of reaching $500 million in annual sales -- but only at a profitable level. We are excited about focusing on our core business without the after effects of burdensome financings.

If you have any questions regarding our Company, please feel free to contact me directly or our office at the numbers listed below.

Sincerely,

Brad Pyatt
Chief Executive Officer


Contact:
MusclePharm Investor

Alex Partners, LLC
Scott Wilfong
President
Telephone: 425-242-0891
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MusclePharm Reports Revenue Growth

MusclePharm Corp. (MSLP) is a healthy life-style company focused on developing and manufacturing a full line of National Science Foundation approved nutritional supplements that do not use any substances banned in the sports industry. The company continues to expand rapidly, with revenues growing from $80,739 in 2008, $1,016,000 in 2009, and $4,076,764 in 2010 to $3,517,774 for just the first quarter of 2011.

Net sales for the first three months of 2012 increased nearly four-fold to approximately $19 million, up from $4 million for Q1 2011. The company's international sales grew to approximately $4 million from $1 million in Q1 2011. There were general and administrative expenses of approximately $5 million, or 26 percent of net sales, compared with $2 million, or 50 percent of net sales for the same quarter last year. The company's income from operations increased to approximately $1 million, compared to a similar loss of $1 million for Q1 2011. Its 2012 revenues for 2012 - as of Q3 2012 - are approximately $51 million.

MusclePharm is expected to exceed previous revenues, with numbers in the $100 million for 2013 likely. Its debt levels and profit margins have had some issues, mainly because due to the company's young age and sales volumes. However, these have been eliminated and the profit margins are anticipated to turn positive. The increase in sales volumes are expected to grow with the company's lower manufacturing costs.

MusclePharm's revenues stand as follows:

o 2009 revenues: $1 million
o 2010 revenues: $4.1 million
o 2011 revenues: $17 million
o 2012 revenues: $51 million (as of the third quarter)

Current CEO Brad Pyatt founded the company to develop a superior line of nutritional supplements that would help fellow athletes improve their performance in a way that existing supplements did not. Even as the company has grown, its mission has remained the same: to improve its customers' lives, increase their ability to excel, use cutting-edge science to develop the best nutritional supplements on the market and provide a safe option for athletes.

Now sold in more than 120 countries and available in over 5,000 U.S. retail outlets, including GNC and Vitamin Shoppe locations, the company's products address all categories of an active lifestyle, including muscle building, weight loss, and maintaining general fitness through a daily nutritional supplement regimen. The products are also sold in over 100 online stores, including BodyBuilding.com, Amazon.com and Vitacost.com.

Over the last few years, the consumption of sports nutrition products has shifted to mainstream consumers who have become the key drivers of growth within the industry. According to BCC Research, the U.S. is the largest consumer market for sports nutrition products, with annual sales reaching $22 billion in 2007, and projected sales of $29 billion in 2013. With a full line of supplements and an extensive distribution network, MusclePharm is well positioned to capitalize on the growing demand.

News: http://finance.yahoo.com/q/h?s=MSLP.OB
SEC Filings: http://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/browse-edgar?company=musclepharm
 

MusclePharm Reviewed: MusclePharm Seeks NASDAQ Listing, Eliminates Debt, Grows Q3 Revenues by $14M YoY

Next year will be pivotal for MusclePharm. The company is nearing the $100 million threshold of annual sales, its brand has broad acceptance in the sports community, and it has a large distribution network of major domestic and international stores. Now that the company has cleaned its balance sheet by eliminating toxic financing, shareholders will expect market capitalization to better reflect sales numbers. A possible NASDAQ listing, a recent reverse stock split that brought the company's stock price to over $4 per share, and profitability potential are all factors that will contribute to MusclePharm's pivotal 2013.

Read full review and conclusion.

Meet the Athletes Who Trust Their Careers to MusclePharm Products

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Scientifically Advanced Research Protocol

Each and every product sold by MusclePharm® is the end result of a long development process involving leading nutrition scientists doctors, and top professional athletes in the country.

Step 1: The Vision

CEO, Brad Pyatt, President and fitness icon, Cory Gregory, and top sports nutritionist, Eric Serrano, MD take the first step by envisioning a new nutritional supplement with a specific set of performance properties

Step 2: The Formulation Process

Dr. Eric Serrano, the leading sports nutrition doctor in the US, who is the company's medical director and formulator, begins putting together several scientifically advanced - often breakthrough - combinations and ratios of ingredients resulting in superior formulations.

Step 3: Athlete Protocol Test

At the world reknown MP Performance Center, preliminary formulations of new products are tested on elite professional athletes. Product samples developed at the MP Performance Center are also given to athletes and strength coaches in the NFL, MMA, MLB, and other organizations for further analysis. MusclePharm is the first to use the field as it's lab, truly combining science with athletics. At our 30,000 sq. ft. training facility we use state-of-the-art technology like Omega Wave, DEXA, and Kaiser performance equipment to gather cutting-edge feedback about our formulations. Our medical advisory team, strength coaches, and top fitness experts evaluate the results to give us a practical read on the effectiveness of our products.

Step 4: Research and Product Testing

After athlete testing, the formulation is forwarded to Dr. Jeffrey Stout, a professor of exercise physiology at the University of Oklahoma, who performs an in-depth review of ingredient ratios and combinations to ensure it is sound from both a nutritional and health standpoint. Dr. Stout oversees clinical trials so that product claims are not based solely on published data from individual ingredients but from finished goods.

Step 5: Compliance and Safety

All products are checked against internationally published lists to ensure that no banned substances are included. All production runs are conducted in a state-of-the-art facility that follows government-approved Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). Before being made available to the public, all products are analytically verified for purity and verified for label claim accuracy to ensure that the information we put on the label is 100% accurate. Following testing, reference samples are kept so that we can hold our products to the highest quality assurance standards.

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#74156  Sticky Note MusclePharm Officially Enters Into the Energy Drink Category drive929 04/02/15 12:22:27 PM
#66879  Sticky Note MusclePharm Receives Accolades in Brazil drive929 05/13/14 08:43:51 AM
#76159   It's pretty clear that they cannot service their loans. codie 07/07/15 07:32:26 PM
#76158   I don't understand why there isn't a requirement JimmyJams 07/07/15 03:56:38 PM
#76157   If true, it is the same as selling JimmyJams 07/07/15 01:58:30 PM
#76156   Looks like personal shares used as collateral for drive929 07/07/15 01:55:28 PM
#76155   I'm wondering if they took cash loans out JimmyJams 07/07/15 01:06:21 PM
#76154   Yep... "Explanation of Responses: deafelephant 07/07/15 07:25:45 AM
#76153   Looks like Combat Crunch finally going into Costco. ziemz 07/07/15 12:11:33 AM
#76152   Now Cory Gregory is "involuntarily" dumping $300k+ of stock? basebalplayr33 07/06/15 09:02:17 PM
#76150   Looks like they've fixed most of their supply JimmyJams 07/04/15 05:01:21 PM
#76149   Nice find. Time to buy some! JPele21 07/03/15 06:21:40 PM
#76148   Looks like they are also doing an online turokman 07/03/15 02:34:30 PM
#76147   Costco sale. I think to get product moving. JPele21 07/03/15 02:01:59 AM
#76146   I'm a real, frugal, modern day parent: learning curve 07/02/15 11:58:44 PM
#76145   Somebody backed out of pre-arranged deal...... Price would learning curve 07/02/15 10:01:18 PM
#76144   They would still be able to book a CWS1987 07/02/15 11:58:10 AM
#76143   That's same fund sold 76k in the 400k JimmyJams 07/02/15 11:52:18 AM
#76142   Wynnfield had mentioned in the sale announcement that CWS1987 07/02/15 11:00:26 AM
#76141   The Tiger deal was a bad one, because CWS1987 07/02/15 10:45:16 AM
#76140   On 2 Dubious Bargains: Analysis Of MusclePharm And Mannatech codie 07/02/15 10:20:17 AM
#76139   Actually, no I wouldn't. I wouldn't have Hunterdog 07/02/15 07:19:22 AM
#76138   Wow more public statements that proves how totally brichnyc 07/02/15 06:22:20 AM
#76137   This is the "....." learning curve 07/01/15 10:50:58 PM
#76136   Also Manziel cost nothing so far. He JimmyJams 07/01/15 09:48:33 PM
#76135   As a side note; pps will dive shortly....it's learning curve 07/01/15 09:43:47 PM
#76134   I agree with that only in the sense learning curve 07/01/15 09:24:10 PM
#76133   Seriously? Hind sight is 20/20 if Tiger was game7alcs 07/01/15 09:00:24 PM
#76132   End of June. See the latest 13d JimmyJams 07/01/15 06:02:56 PM
#76131   Did he buy them after market? nald1492 07/01/15 05:52:56 PM
#76130   Wynnfield just bought ~50k shares...weird JimmyJams 07/01/15 04:28:50 PM
#76129   Agreed. The only way that Muscle Pharm Hunterdog 07/01/15 03:22:11 PM
#76127   Most likely, Musclepharm has been forced to put TheExpertHimself 06/30/15 11:19:16 PM
#76126   We have 1 year anniversary for Tiger Woods' TheExpertHimself 06/30/15 10:40:47 PM
#76125   Correct, based on the assumption that the CEO bajista 06/29/15 02:58:58 PM
#76124   I would assume that a majority of MSLP basebalplayr33 06/29/15 01:34:12 PM
#76123   My initial investment was pre- SEC and I bajista 06/29/15 01:03:05 PM
#76122   You knew that before you invested. Those JimmyJams 06/29/15 12:29:59 PM
#76121   If I invest in a company and the bajista 06/29/15 10:07:54 AM
#76120   Orange colored clothing would suit them well. bajista 06/29/15 10:03:02 AM
#76119   In all reality it's a $60-75m annual biz learning curve 06/29/15 01:45:58 AM
#76118   What common sense led you to beleive he learning curve 06/28/15 10:32:08 PM
#76117   That is not a good reason to buy. learning curve 06/28/15 10:29:06 PM
#76116   I'm just afraid the brand is not as TheExpertHimself 06/28/15 07:02:48 PM
#76115   Immediate? I'd say 7 1/2 years is enough time. codie 06/28/15 04:58:59 PM
#76114   I wouldn't expect a hand picked Chairman to Hamham1 06/28/15 04:50:08 AM
#76113   No...we're saying we gave them our hard earned stupified777 06/28/15 12:53:12 AM
#76112   Again, there is no evidence that they have TheExpertHimself 06/27/15 09:42:02 PM
#76111   how is this gonna be a $50 stock? TheExpertHimself 06/27/15 06:54:30 PM
#76110   JJ, you are totally wrong. Not everyone turned brichnyc 06/27/15 05:37:10 PM
#76109   What actions? People are so angry at them JimmyJams 06/27/15 02:25:23 PM
#76108   I agree. I would also like Brad Hamham1 06/27/15 02:10:39 PM
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