Posts Tagged ‘American Red Cross’

Herbalife Nutrition Kicks Off Annual Global Month of Purpose Volunteering

Herbalife Nutrition recently announced the launch of the company’s Global Month of Purpose initiative, with hundreds of events scheduled. The initiative complements the company’s year-round program of creating opportunities for Herbalife Nutrition’s approximately 8,300 employees as well as Herbalife Nutrition independent distributors to help those in need around the world. The company has set a…

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Full Stream Ahead

Dallas-based Stream continues to expand its footprint and stay at the forefront as a leader in the direct selling industry. Stream Founded: 2005 Headquarters: Dallas, TX Top Executive: Mark “Bouncer” Schiro, CEO Annual Revenue: $958 Million Products: Energy (electric and gas), wireless, protective and home services Dallas-based Stream was founded in 2005 by Rob Snyder and Pierre…

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Herbalife Nutrition Partners with American Red Cross on #MissingType Campaign

Blood Donation

In its ongoing support of the American Red Cross, and to help bring awareness for the need of blood donors, Los Angeles-based Herbalife Nutrition recently announced its support for the American Red Cross #MissingType campaign. Through July 3, Herbalife Nutrition will join the Red Cross and other organizations, celebrities and influencers to remove the letters representing the main blood groups–– A, B and O––from…

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Natural Disasters: Direct Selling Relief Efforts

In the past month, three natural disasters have struck North America and the Caribbean, killing hundreds of people and causing property damage amounting to billions of dollars. Many people in the direct selling community, particularly those in Texas and Florida, were affected by these horrific events. In late August, Hurricane Harvey devastated the Houston area,…

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Direct Selling Companies Step Up to Help in Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

When natural disasters strike, the direct selling community is quick to offer help with relief efforts. Such was the case in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the Category 4 storm that caused catastrophic flooding in southeastern Texas this past week. When Harvey slammed into the Texas coast, bringing with it record rainfall and causing severe…

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