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Jul 16, 2012

New Ruby Executives—Tanya and Dewey German

Congratulations to Tanya and Dewey German from Canmore, Alberta, Canada, on achieving the rank of Ruby Executive. Here’s what they had to say on reaching this impressive milestone…

“Our road to Ruby was paved by others! We have to start off by thanking more than a few people. We’d like to thank every single individual that we’ve met since we found this amazing MonaVie opportunity. All the people in every facet of this business are fabulous. The names are too many to list, but certainly there are a few we must mention:

“SteveO Raso and Jan Pedersen, Mary Lynne and Mike Martens, Scott Andersen, Colleen and Joe Wack, Dallin Larsen, Kristin Morrison, Paul Rudolf, Blake Schroeder, Sherry and Al Huva, Hardeep, Jaz, Shawn, Alex Hlavenka, Gina and Steve Merritt, Dr. Susan Hamilton, Dale Warick, The Zezulas, ‘Lambo’ Larry and Jenn, Kevin and Michelle, the rest of Team Fort Mac, and all of our childcare support, especially Evelyn Bartz!

“The most amazing aspect of MonaVie in our opinion is the people. We mean everyone, from the staff at the major functions and those we’ve dealt with day-to-day from corporate, to Sergio Ponce and Katy Holt-Larsen, to every person who’s joined our MonaVie business. Those who joined and are ‘on hold’ for now, and even a few of those who didn’t join and their negative comments, gave us even more resolve (we actually feel bad for them).

“We are so fortunate. We just tried to help others move ahead in their businesses and their lives, and our lives have been so blessed in return. We have so many testimonials from people who have had their health and their lives improved and ultimately changed by both the product and the business, and it is just so exciting!

“If we can give a couple tips on how to move your business ahead, we’d say the following:
1) Love your skeptics. One person in virtually every couple we’ve met in MonaVie was a skeptic, and it’s natural. But, if they’re willing to have an open, skeptical mind, the product will move them from skeptic to champion! 2) Get yourself to absolutely everything (trainings, HBRs, regionals, major events). Go to everything that your schedule will allow and even some that your schedule won’t allow. Our mentor and friend, Joe, gave us this little heads-up early on, and we believe our success is a direct result of our commitment to get to everything we can. Why not? It’s always fun! If it ultimately helps everyone win, then why not?”


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