Jeunesse Wins 9 Stevies at American Business Awards

Altamont Springs, Florida-based Jeunesse received two Gold and seven Silver Stevie awards at the 2017 American Business Awards, making the company one of the leading multiple award-winners. This is the fourth consecutive year that the global youth enhancement company has received top honors.

Widely considered the “Oscars” of the business world, the American Business Awards have presented the coveted Stevie Award to iconic American companies such as IBM, Disney, AT&T and Coca-Cola, as well as revered CEOs including the late Steve Jobs of Apple, Jeff Bezos of Amazon and Alan Mulally of Ford Motor Company. This year’s competition included more than 3,600 nominations from organizations of all sizes and industries.

Jeunesse received its two Gold Stevies for: Company of the Year – Consumer Products; Executive of the Year – Consumer Products – Jeunesse Co-Founder and CEO, Randy Ray.

In addition, Jeunesse, its executive team and nonprofit foundation were honored with Silver Stevies for: Company of the Year – Health Products and Services; Fastest Growing Company of the Year; Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year – Jeunesse Kids™; Management Team of the Year – Consumer Products; Woman of the Year – Consumer Products – Wendy Lewis, Co-Founder and COO; Maverick of the Year – Consumer Products – Scott Lewis, Chief Visionary Officer; and Marketing Executive of the Year – Mark Patterson, Chief Marketing Officer.

“We are honored to be recognized in the American Business Awards for our growth, leadership and philanthropic efforts,” said Chief Visionary Officer Scott Lewis. “The entire family of Jeunesse Distributors and corporate employees around the globe have played an important role in our success, and we congratulate each of them for the unique contributions they have made to further our mission to make a positive impact in the world. Our success is a direct reflection of their hard work and dedication.”

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