USANA closed out 2017 in record fashion. Read her to see how they did it. In other news, Mary Kay looks to make a positive impact in the community by partnering up to raise awareness for Domestic Violence. We’ve also got two more companies on the rise you need to hear about.
LuLaRoe Legal Issues Focus On Founders Downline Buzz: In a recent Interview with Josh Kons from Chicago law firm, Kons Law, he discussed some of the differences with his current lawsuit against LuLaRoe compared to other pending suits against the company. It’s still in the early stages as he claims he’s built a case for the people who have been wronged by LuLaRoe’s so-called business plan.
USANA Reports Record Quarterly Sales The Salt Lake Tribune: Usana, one of the state’s largest publicly traded companies, said third-quarter net revenue increased 15.1 percent, to $165.2 million, compared with $143.5 million in the same period last year, for its best quarter ever.
New Youngevity Products Give Reps A Lift Downline Buzz: Youngevity reps continue to embrace the brands move into ‘whole foods’ via their spices and rubs brand Saveur, announced last fall. We spoke to a couple of reps who have seen their downline’s embrace the offering and increase business across the board.
How Mary Kay Is Raising Awareness For Domestic Violence News Room: Mary Kay, Inc. and Alpha Chi Omega teamed up once again to encourage healthy relationships among young people during National Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October. Collegian and alumnae members of Alpha Chi Omega submitted photos on Alpha Chi Omega’s Facebook page displaying a commitment to help raise awareness of the epidemic while also serving domestic violence organizations.