PRLog - July 29, 2014 - FORSYTH, Mo. -- Forsyth, Missouri —Anthony Collier, owner and president of National Enzyme Company (NEC), celebrated 35 years of ownership on July 1, 2014. In 1977, Collier came to work at NEC with Dr. Edward Howell, company founder and a pioneer in enzyme research. After a few years of working with Dr. Howell, Collier knew he had discovered his passion in life—to educate and inform individuals about the benefits of enzymes in the body.
Charlie Amidon (left) presents Anthony Collier (right) with 35-year award
In 1979, with his evolving vision of health, wellness and vitality worldwide, Collier purchased NEC and then relocated the company to Forsyth, Mo., where he successfully established a thriving contract manufacturing business. Over the last 35 years, NEC has grown exponentially through product innovation, and a dedicated and skilled workforce, along with progressive marketing, turnkey solutions and international expansion. Collier’s continued passion for the necessity of enzymes is evident as he continues to educate and inform people about the critical role they play in the body. Currently, he is co-writing his first book, “The Power of Enzymes—Your Ticket to a Healthier Life,” which will be released later this year.
For more information about National Enzyme Company, please visit www.nationalenzyme.com (http://nationalenzyme.com)