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Nov 20, 2009

Weekly Round Up

MonaVie in the News

If you missed this story then I wonder where you’ve been.

MonaVie Founder, Chairman, and CEO, Dallin A. Larsen was named the national winner of the Ernst & Young LLP Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award in the Emerging Category.

Read more about it on the MonaVie Media Center: Link

Then go to the EOY Magazine feature article on Dallin: Link

Then there is the BusinessWeek article: Link

And then of course there is the clip from the awards ceremony: Link

And his November message where he talks more about his thoughts after the EOY awards: Link

And then…and then…shall I go on? It’s everywhere and rightly so! What an awesome acknowledgement of Dallin’s leadership and MonaVie as an emerging company.

And don’t overlook this story that we sent out via Twitter earlier this week that features Dallin and MonaVie in the Direct Selling News EuropeLink

Current Promotions

First Time Order Promotion. Details are posted to the media center.

Then there’s the worldwide Preferred Customer Bonus Challenge.

And win a MonaVie EMV Smart Car in the MonaVie EMV YouTube Promotion. This ends January 1, 2010.

So many ways to go big or go home here at MonaVie.

Health and Obesity

We have highlighted the Cannondale team a couple times this week, which is a good segue to talking about all things healthy, namely exercise, diet and lifestyle.  It’s also important to be aware of obesity and its impact on our society. I’m not going to tell you to go rent Super Size Me but like I said, it is important that we are aware, namely because living healthy and subsequently the side effects of not living healthy comes up in our conversations all the time. Here are few interesting links to consider:

How healthy is your county? Go to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and find out: Link

Here’s a follow up report by MSNBC: Link

Finally, a compelling study discussing obesity and how it hinders success when trying to reduce heart disease risk: Link

“Despite focused public health efforts, there is no net improvement in the overall cardiovascular risk factor profile over the past two decades in the U.S. population,” said Kami Banks, M.D., M.P.H., lead investigator of the study and a cardiology research fellow in the Division of Cardiology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.

Banks is calling on the medical community to put more emphasis on prevention to reverse the obesity trend.

Looking Ahead

More details on the MonaVie Holiday Gift Packs will be coming your way soon. Check your inbox.

We have some fun guest blog posts coming your way too, in addition to more behind the scenes and teasers galore. Because we like to tease. Okay, okay, I like to tease.

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