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May 7, 2012

Cruise for Gold Qualifiers—Greg and Marietta Egan

Congratulations to Greg and Marietta Egan from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, on qualifying for the Cruise for Gold trip! Here’s what they had to say about qualifying for the cruise…

“Al and Sherry Huva signed us up over six years ago, and I charged forward and contacted a lot of people over the next three years. I was always reminded that the leadership in MonaVie and top distributors will not give up on their teams. Well, MonaVie corporate has remained true to their word, and they have gone above expectations to encourage distributors with more perks, bonuses, and trips. Does that not say something very significant if you’re considering developing a business promoting the MonaVie products? 

“It happens to be our 25th wedding anniversary this year, so what a gift from our awesome company to be able to go on the Cruise for Gold this summer! This means a lot to our six kids because they all love MonaVie products; and, as they hit 18 years of age, they are signing up on the team. Why? Firstly, they have experienced the health benefits of the juice. Secondly, they have seen firsthand the generosity of MonaVie corporate toward our family. MonaVie corporate has not missed one week in over six years of paying our salary, and some weeks were well over $5,000 per week!  

“The only advice I have for others is stay connected, keep contacting people, and get them out to tasting parties. Then, organize tasting parties yourself. I am an ex-NCAA hockey player, graduating from Northern Michigan. I still love the game and am now spending a lot of my time coaching my kids and their colleagues. I continue to meet all kinds of new people. Be active in your community; and, as you volunteer, you will win many opportunities to glean an audience for this remarkable health product. We tell everyone about MonaVie, and this has been our key to success.

“Between school, kids’ activities, hobby farm, bed and breakfast operations, caring for horses, and MonaVie, you can see (by the accompanying photo) that we either get a lot of fresh air or merely run out of gas by 7:30 p.m.!”

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