Archive for January 2014

USANA Backs Nearly 200 Olympic Contenders

The 2014 Games, held in Sochi, Russia, will feature 12 brand-new events, including the luge team relay and women’s ski jumping. “Team USANA” sponsored athletes, which hail from 11 organizations in four countries, will compete in 11 separate sports.

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4Life Receives 2013 Philanthropy Award

Health and wellness company 4Life Research recently received the Nutrition Business Journal‘s 2013 Philanthropy Award, in recognition of its efforts to supply nutrition, shelter and education to children around the world.

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Move over, Cadillac: Mary Kay Rolls out Black BMW

Since the first pearlized pink Cadillac hit the streets in 1969, the distinctive luxury car has represented a symbol of achievement to generations of Mary Kay consultants. This month the 50-year-old company unveiled a new look with the latest addition to its Career Car program, a sleek black BMW 320i.

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Q&A: Direct Sales Success at Rodan + Fields

During a recent Rodan + Fields Leadership Summit in Nashville, one of the company’s top 10 markets, Chairman Amnon Rodan and President and CEO Lori Bush shared insights on the company’s evolution and business model in a Q&A for The Tennessean.

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Public Direct Selling Companies up 188 Percent in 2013

Despite the challenges direct sellers faced in the past year, the industry’s publicly held companies concluded 2013 on a very optimistic note. Those U.S.-based, public companies which generate revenue solely through direct sales saw share prices rise an average of 188.25 percent over 2012.

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