Catch up on this week’s industry chatter with these click-worthy links:
- Herbalife has been the official jersey sponsor of Major League Soccer’s LA Galaxy for nearly a decade, but the organizations have partnered off the field as well. This week, the Herbalife Family Foundation joined LA Galaxy players to serve Thanksgiving dinner to 1,000 local members of the Los Angeles community.
- Speaking of soccer, Dallas fans will be seeing the AdvoCare logo for years to come. The Texas-based health and wellness company has extended its FC Dallas jersey sponsorship through 2020. AdvoCare also plans to donate $250,000 to the FCD Foundation to help fund a community soccer field for local children.
- For the second year, Thirty-One Gifts has awarded the Cindy Monroe Values and Vision Scholarship to one outstanding Tennessee student. Monroe, a Chattanooga native, founded Thirty-One Gifts with a vision to empower and celebrate women. The $12,400 award goes to a Chattanooga-area girl who embodies Monroe’s values of building relationships, leadership and community involvement.
- The U.K.‘s Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, took to social media in support of the Wall of Silence campaign launched by Avon U.K. and Glamour magazine. Thousands have posted online selfies in support of the campaign, which aims to break the silence surrounding the crime of domestic violence.
- The Montreal Gazette profiled Canadian direct selling company Epicure. The spice seller has generated double-digit annual growth over the past decade, and Montreal is currently its fastest-growing market.