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Sep 21, 2009

MonaVie EMV and MonaVie Active with Collagen Launch in Brazil

The launch of MonaVie EMV and MonaVie Active with collagen in Brazil promises to revolutionize the nutritional beverage market in the South American country. Led by MonaVie Brazil General Manager Mauricio Patrocinio, MonaVie introduced the two new products at the MonaVie Super Meeting in Rio de Janeiro on September 5, 2009.

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EMV Takes off in Brazil
First, MonaVie EMV officially launched at the Super Meeting. Nearly 700 distributors participated in the celebration of the new, premium energy drink in Brazil, as did Crowne Black Diamond Executives Brig and Lita Hart, Royal Black Diamond Executive Scott Olsen, and Black Diamond Executive Devon Robinson.

Since the launch, our Brazil office has been flooded with stories about distributors all over Brazil who are successfully promoting MonaVie EMV at tasting parties and through one-on-one contacting.

"MonaVie EMV is a product that will revolutionize our business and the market," Mauricio said. "This is a product with a unique formula combined with high quality ingredients, exceptional positioning, and it comes at an inexpensive cost to distributors. MonaVie EMV is the gateway for thousands of people in Brazil to discover a world of opportunities and a unique lifestyle with MonaVie."

MonaVie Active With Collagen
Distributors also got to taste the new MonaVie Active with collagen product at the Super Meeting. The product is now officially available for purchase at the Brazil office in São Paulo and through the Virtual Office.

With our new MonaVie Active formula in Brazil, MonaVie continues to lead the way in significant product research and development. In addition to 19 fruits such as acai, cupuacu, acerola, pomegranate, and camu camu, MonaVie Active in Brazil has the added ingredient of collagen hydrolysate, and is rich in the antioxidant vitamin C. Collagen is one of the major protein molecules in our body and is present in the skin, bones, muscles, hair, and nails, representing more than 30% of the proteins in the body.

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