The third annual Jeunesse® EXPO World Tour, which featured stops in five cities, drew 50,000 attendees and provided $1.5 million for children in need.
The tour opened in Orlando, home of Jeunesse World Headquarters, and continued to Singapore, Bangkok, and Milan, ending at the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro.
In celebration of the company’s 10th anniversary, Founders Randy Ray (CEO) and Wendy Lewis (COO) opened each event with a moving 10-year retrospective. Chief Visionary Officer Scott Lewis shared his vision for the company’s future.
“The EXPO World Tour provided the opportunity to reflect on milestones reached and goals achieved over the past decade,” said Lewis. “It was also the perfect occasion to look forward and ask, ‘What’s next?’ That question shapes our vision and pushes us to do better, dream bigger and achieve more.”
Local charity partners selected in each city were presented with donations totaling more than $1.5 million to support children in need. As a special surprise, Orlando-based Kids Beating Cancer was granted $1 million to fund a state-of-the art Cellular Therapy Lab that will provide the latest life-saving technology for stem cell and bone marrow transplants.