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April 2007 | Issue 73


President’s Club Summit 2007

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Rex Maughan

Leave A Memorable Impression

We have just returned from taking part in the spectacular Brazilian Profit Share event in Rio de
Janeiro. It was an incredible success and a privilege to be a part of their celebration. As always, it
was a thrill to be able to recognize these great leaders and to award many hundreds of thousands of
dollars to them for their hard work and commitment. It is a lot of fun to be able to attend these
events, and we love spending time with our friends from all over the world.

We are part of a remarkable company that is filled with great people. The more time I spend with
them, the more I realize that we truly are in a 'people' business. Our success depends more on our
ability to make others feel wanted and needed, than on following a textbook definition of how to
conduct business. I am not suggesting that we ignore what we have learned with regards to running
a professional Forever business. Rather, we must ensure that we treat our Forever opportunity as
more than a hobby or a pastime. The point I'm making is that you don't need to have an MBA in
order to succeed in this business; you just need to be willing to work hard and treat others like you
would want to be treated.

There is often a misconception with regard to doing business - that we need to be tough, hard-faced
or, at times, overbearing. I understand that occasionally the pressure we face as we satisfy our need
to excel puts us under increased stress, which in turn challenges our patience. But how we act in
these situations is what will make the difference in our development as a leader. In fact, a great
expression to remember here is "grace under pressure." Memorable leaders always appear as though
they are in complete control, regardless of what's going on inside.

This 'grace' can manifest itself in many ways. One of the more obvious examples is simple polite-
ness, especially when we are handling rejection. As I have suggested before, when somebody tells
you they are not interested in our business opportunity, they are really saying 'not yet' or 'the time is
not right for me.' Another example of 'grace' is having patience with your customers, new distribu-
tors, downlines and crosslines. Take the time to listen to their questions and concerns and, by doing
so, you will set an example of teamwork and respect that will leave a memorable impression.

Remember that nobody is perfect. We should be grateful for that because the process of overcoming
our challenges, learning from our mistakes, and celebrating our successes are the threads we weave
together to create this beautiful tapestry we call life.

Forever Yours,

Rex Maughan
President, CEO
Looking for some energy to get you through your busy day? Wondering why
you’re feeling low on energy and high on fatigue? Your body may be experi-
encing an imbalance. Many of the processed foods we eat are highly acid
forming, and when we consume too many of them our cells cannot function
properly and our pH becomes unbalanced. This may result in fatigue and ill-
ness as well as decrease the body’s ability to detoxify. A slightly alkaline
blood pH is essential to good health.

That is why FOREVER LIVING makes it its business to Barley grass provides vita-
provide alternative and healthful sources for the average person min B1, calcium and beta
to meet and possibly even exceed their health standards. carotene. Barley grass is
FIELDS OF GREENS (Item #068) is a dietary supple- also very ‘alkaline’, which
ment specially formulated to combat nutrient deficiencies - means it helps keep our
all in one, easy-to-take tablet! digestive system balanced.
FIELDS OF GREENS And barley grass is consid-
combines young barley ered a ‘super food’ because of the nutrients it provides. In fact,
grass, which is loaded with the Egyptians and Greeks believed barley to be a sacred gift
potassium, calcium, mag- from the gods!
nesium, iron, sodium, cop-
per, phosphorus, zinc and Wheat grass contains chlorophyll, vitamins and other impor-
manganese; wheat grass, tant nutrients that help support the liver and circulatory sys-
which contains vitamins, tem, aid in digestion, and help remove heavy metals from the
minerals and trace ele- body. Wheat grass is also a good source of protein and includes
ments; and alfalfa, which trace minerals and essential amino acids. Wheat grass has been
provides minerals, vitamins shown to stimulate and strengthen the immune system, while
A, B6, E and K. Cayenne its high alkalinity helps to neutralize acids and toxins in the
is added to the formula to body. >>
support healthy circulation
and digestion.

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Alfalfa has a very unique and distinctive quality that sets it
apart from most other plants. The root system of the alfalfa
plant reaches up to 20 feet or more deep into the soil, thus
providing the plant with a source for nutrients not always
found at the ground’s surface. The leaves of the alfalfa plant
contain eight essential amino acids and 10 non-essential amino
acids. Alfalfa is very beneficial for the digestive tract and con-
tains chlorophyll and vitamin K. It also contains vitamin C.


unique formula of barley grass,
wheat grass, alfalfa and cayenne, is
one supplement your day should
include! So why not choose a ‘super
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body - especially when those nutrients are loaded with
enzymes, key vitamins, amino acids, minerals, chlorophyll and
antioxidants. Take one tablet of FIELDS OF GREENS twice
daily, and start benefiting from its energizing and nutrient-pro-
viding properties!

The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the FDA.
The products discussed are not intended to diagnose, mitigate, treat, cure
or prevent a specific disease or class of diseases. You should consult your
family physician if you are experiencing a medical problem.

2007 Product Brochure

Browse through FLP’s extensive line of prod-
ucts in this detailed brochure.
It features all of our wonderful products plus
plenty of information to help your customers or
downline make the right purchases.

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What was the most memorable Spring Break of your
life? Perhaps your family traveled to Florida to visit
the beach or a theme park. Or maybe you took your
own kids to a family reunion. No matter the activity,
Spring Break becomes more memorable depending
on the people you share it with. This spring, why
not use this break to promote an active, healthy,
family lifestyle that can be maintained throughout
the year?

Tips for a Healthy

Spring Break:
Keeping Kids Fit, Active & Happy
Kids are like adults in that they seek out activities that are pleas- environment’ in the home. In order to implement a healthy-
urable, and they avoid activities that are painful. While promot- weight environment, consistency is key. Children learn their
ing a healthy lifestyle often starts by setting limits on pleasurable habits from their parents, so a positive role model can be a
activities such as watching TV, playing video games, and eating driving force in keeping a kid healthy and happy. Parents
ice cream and chips, we can also approach lifestyle changes from should try to practice what they preach. Another engine in
a positive point of view: adding more active pastimes, infusing forming a healthy-weight environment is to reward successful
our diets with fresh, wholesome foods, and joining as a family to change. The first rule is to never use food as a reward or a
share fit-friendly challenges punishment. Positive changes can be rewarded with praise,
and goals. To encourage attention and favorite activities. Slip-ups can be acknowledged
kids to choose healthy with pep talks and encouragement.
foods, we must teach them
the pleasure of consuming Here is a list of priorities for a healthy-weight
them. And to encourage home:
kids to exercise, we must • Remove high-calorie snacks from the home and replace
make physical activities fun them with fruits and vegetables.
and rewarding. • Reduce or eliminate meals eaten at fast food restaurants.
Learn to view fast food for what it is: low price, low nutrition,
Your family can use this low quality.
Spring Break to focus on • Remove sugar-sweetened drinks from the home. Find a
creating a ‘healthy-weight non-calorie drink you and your kids can enjoy. Purchase >>

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a seltzer maker, which allows you to carbonate plain tap water.
Add a squeeze of lime and lemon, and your kids have a healthy
• Sit down for at least 30 minutes for family meals. Include
conversation and laughter as the two main ingredients.
• Build exercise into the day’s routine by having an outside
play time or a scheduled fitness activity such as a soccer game,
a walk to the park or a bike ride.
• Organize family outings that involve physical activity.
Instead of planning a day at the mall, organize a basketball
game or visit the skate park.
• Parents and children must limit their screen time. Keep a
log next to the television and the computer, and record how ty and find a way for your family to give back.
much time you are spending staring at screens. Earn that time • Mini-Vacation—While an expensive trip out of state may
with an equal amount of physical activity; one hour of hiking not be in the budget, kids still enjoy a break in the routine.
equals one hour of television. Take the kids for a night at a hotel in a neighboring town
• Remove televisions and computers from all bedrooms. (make sure there’s a pool!).
• Involve kids in active chores such as vacuuming, washing the • Something Active—Challenge your kids to create a game
car or weeding. based on one they already know, but with different rules and
methods of scoring.
To begin your healthy-home makeover this Spring Break, you • Something Creative—As a family, choose some photo-
might decide to focus the family’s attention on a fun new activ- graphs that are meaningful, and have the kids create a photo-
ity as you implement change. Here are some ideas for activi- journal.
ties that will contribute to your family’s time together:
It shouldn’t take much effort to give your kids the most memo-
• Household Project—Choose a room to paint, a closet to rable Spring Break of their lives. A break that helps the whole
clean, a garden to plant. Allow the kids to make decisions and family implement a healthy-weight environment will not only
roll up their sleeves. give lasting memories, but it will have lasting, positive lifestyle
• Museum—Take the kids to a museum and ask them to rewards. Keep your kids fit, active and happy by encouraging
make a list of “favorites.” healthy choices!
• Volunteer—Call non-profit organizations in your communi-

Congratulations Telma Brumell!

Another CLEAN
$-&"/9 + -*'&45:-&
30 success story!

“I started using Forever Living’s Clean 9 + Lifestyle 30 in

April 2006. After using the products, I lost 48 pounds and
I feel like a new person. Forever’s products changed my life,
and now I am able to help others. I would like to thank
Rex Maughan for hearing God’s calling.”
—Telma & Carlton Brumell, Fontana, CA

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President’s Club
This year’s U.S. President’s Club Summit was held in the
modern ‘cow town’ of Dallas, Texas - home of our manu-
facturing facility, Aloe Vera of America, and our very own
Southfork Hotel and Southfork Ranch. Upon arriving at
Southfork Hotel on Sunday, we were greeted by the pleas-
ant hotel staff. With a few action-packed days ahead of us,
Monday began with a warm welcome from Rex, who
shared with us the new happenings around the Forever
world. The morning was filled with important informa-
tion and the introduction of, which was
a hit! To close off the meeting, our Executive Vice
President, Gregg Maughan, inspired us all to have FUN
with FLP, leaving us motivated and ready to make 2007
our best year ever!

Following our morning meeting, we headed to one of the

most famous ranches in Texas, Southfork Ranch. Here the
President’s Club members received a grand tour of the
ranch, personally narrated by none other than Rex himself.

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Later, we broke into teams for some FUN competitions
including a scavenger hunt, chili cook-off and roping con-
test. Everyone agreed that each team’s chili was cowboy
delicious. It was a FUN team-building experience for
everyone and the winning team joined Rex for dinner at
the Southfork Mansion!

Tuesday we toured Aloe Vera of America (AVA). Wow-

the new building is truly amazing with its state-of-the-art
technology and equipment! We were able to see firsthand
how the products are produced and shipped to the differ-
ent countries around the world. Special thanks to AVA
Vice President Chris Hardy, and his staff, for their person-
al attention to our group. They do an awesome job pro-
viding FLP and its distributors with the greatest products
in the world!

The afternoon was spent helping each President’s Club

member set up their site and teaching
them how to use all the incredible features. We are confi-
dent that this cutting edge tool will help every FLP dis-
tributor grow their business.

Sadly, the Summit Meeting came to a close, but we look

forward to seeing everyone at this year’s Super Rally in
Anaheim, CA! A special thanks to Jimmy Gomes and the
staff at the Southfork Hotel and the Southfork Ranch for
their wonderful hospitality. Remember, have FUN and
enjoy what you are doing!

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“First of all, I want to thank God and my sponsors for putting Forever Living in my path. My
sponsors helped me to gain a better knowledge of the products, which have improved my health.
Because of this, today I have the satisfaction of becoming a Manager. Now I will be able to
help more people achieve what they desire.”
—Rosa María & Jesús Espinoza, sponsored by Lucrecia & Salvador Gonzáles

“I joined FLP in 2003. I slowly began the business by purchasing the products for my own use
and enjoyment. I have reached the level of Manager and have proven to myself that it can be
done - everyone else can do it too. Just enlarge your vision and discover the power of your
thoughts and words. I give thanks to God for guiding me on my way and to so many people
who believed in my potential.”
—Raquel Garcia, sponsored by Roxanne Garcia

“I thank God for allowing me to be a part of FLP. I joined Forever Living in 2006 with the
help of my best friend and sponsor, Lo Dissengomoka. She taught me how to work hard and
how to reach the level of Manager. I can’t forget my other best friend, my daughter Vicky
Zohui Lumbwele, who guides me to buy, sell and use the products. My favorite product is
Forever Aloe2Go; it helps keep me in good health. Thank you, Rex Maughan, for giving us the
opportunity to share the products.”
—Josephine Nambwe Kamulete, sponsored by Lo Dissengomoka

“We were introduced to FLP in November 2005. We started using the products and loved
them immediately. Some of our favorite products are the Aloe Vera drinks and Bee Propolis.
In October 2006 we started to build our team; thanks to our sponsor, Eva, our team grew very
fast. We learned a lot from her, both professionally and personally. Being introduced to FLP
was one of the best things that ever happened to us. It is the best company we have ever found,
and it offers the best business opportunities. We will work hard in the future to introduce this
amazing opportunity and the quality products to as many people as possible. Our goal is to
help our downlines achieve their dreams. Our secret is to work hard, be honest, learn continu-
ally and believe in your goals.”
—Dora & Csaba Mak, sponsored by Angelika & Miklos Szidiropulosz

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New US/Canada Recognition Level Achievements: January 2007

New Managers sponsored by

Jaime & Juana Cervantes Raquel Garcia
Rosa Maria & Jesus Espinoza Lucrecia Gonzalez Tizoc & Salvador Gonzalez
Jenny Fonda & Purwanto Gendronegoro Winston & Ruth Jo
Raquel Garcia Roxanne Garcia
Mioko & Danshiro Hirata Maria Fumiko Ide
Annette Mambu Mahungu & Clement Bukasa Kazamba Germaine Muhemba Zuka
Dora & Csaba Mak Angelika & Miklos Szidiropulosz
Agnes Meta Annette Mambu Mahungu & Clement Bukasa Kazamba

New Assistant Managers sponsored by

Bertha Alicia & Jose Alberto Alanis Asela & Hermogenes Garza
Sylvia L & Jerry D Drexler Darryl & Amy Bednarski
Patricia Maria Fernandez Efren A & Martha Mejia
Maria Magdalena & Joel Garcia Bertha Alicia & Jose Alberto Alanis
R0Sa Isela Ibarra Jaime & Juana Cervantes
Aurora & Ramon Jimenez Francisco P Caro
Salvador Eduardo & Elma Cynthia Melendez Aurora & Ramon Jimenez
Milagros M Moron De Villegas & Igort Enrique Villegas Sylvia L & Jerry D Drexler
Gloria Pena Maria Magdalena & Joel Garcia
Jason N Wang & Harriette Huang Ha The Tang & Hoa Gia Trinh

New Supervisors sponsored by

Odilia C. Acha-Morfaw Margaret Azentem & Paul Fuabeh Fonge

Magno Hugo & Floridalma Avila Jaime Edgardo Avila
Minerva & Benjamin Jr. Barrera Gloria Pena
Larissa & Konstantin Bondar Natalya & Peter Zablotsky Zablotsky
Verlin & Mary Bontrager John E.S. & Margaret M Hilty
Marie-Jeanne Botoko Bossekota Agnes Meta
Louise & Steve Bowman Umfinama Lutete
Robert Lynn & Elizabeth Ruth Bryant Michael Lawrence Spencer
Dolores Zavala Casavova Guadalupe Casanova
Lidia Castro & Rojelio Ornelas Rosa Maria & Jesus Espinoza
Wai Fuen Chai Mui & Hung Ma
Olga Magali Charchalac Maria Zenaida & Julio Edwin Charchalac
Rosa Rojas Chavez Maria Elena & Sergio Garcia
Meifang Chen Baoge Gong
Rocio Coronado & Jorge Coronado Martinez Martha Gomez Jimenez & Pedro Martinez I¤Iguez
Nohemi & Alejandro Ismael Cruz Catalina Cruz De Juarez & Juan Juarez
J. Guadalupe Flores Jose & Rosa Isela Cazarez
Matilde & Cirilo Garcia Arturo Guadalupe Rojas & Sofia Santos
Consuelo Garcia Josue Galaz
Teresa Giraldo & Domingo Castillo Patricia Maria Fernandez
Martha Gomez Leonor & Luis Javier Alatorre
Pedro Gonzalez & Martha Cede¤o Noe Chaires & Aracelia Longoria
Libby & Pablo Hermosillo Gregoria & Cesario Flores
Enrique Juares Elwyn Lee Patterson
Grigoriy A Kesov & Lyubov M Kesova Stipanida Ostrioglo
Gheorghe - & Maria - Lazan Mariana & Daniel Beniamin Demeter
Elva M Leanos Rosa Curiel
Yuan-An Lee Yen-Chun Liao & Yu-Chen Wu
Aida & Rafael G. Longoria Sergio A. & Elodia L. Franco
Umfinama Lutete Lo Dissengomoka
Guadalupe Adalia Martinez & Esteban Vasquez Ester Alonso Rodriguez
Nataliya Matushevskaya Grigoriy A Kesov & Lyubov M Kesova
Nina Matveeva Alexander & Elvira Tunitsky
Veronica R. Morales Elizabeth Gonzalez
Alfredo Murillo Maria Soledad Elisalda

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New Supervisors - cont. sponsored by
Martin Soria Ochoa Guadalupe & Javier Contreras
Juana Patricia & Rojelio Ortiz Maira I Sanchez & Heriberto Torres
Stipanida Ostrioglo Natalya & Peter Zablotsky Zablotsky
Jesusa Miguel Pedro & Francisco Pedro Marcelino Gilberta Landa Vargas & Martinez Primitivo
Nelly & Roberto Medardo Quintana Veronica Gomez
Adriana Rios R0Sa Isela Ibarra
Maria Elena & Alfonso Rodriguez Humbelina & Ruben Guzman
Ester Alonso Rodriguez Patricia Maria Fernandez
Pablo Rojas & Humberta Martinez Octavio & Xitlali Rojas
Maria Elma Rubio Salvador Eduardo & Elma Cynthia Melendez
Margarita Saravia J Jesus Trejo & Amelia Miranda
Lilli & Vitali Schneider Gerhard & Anna Enns
Chungkeun Shin Carmen Gonzalez & Juan Miranda
Sandra Simpraga Philippe Wong-Ko-Nang
Milka Stojsavljevic Gerardo & Margaret Reyes
Ildiko Szollosi Karina Cabanatan & Robert Kovacs
Judit Szollosi Ildiko Szollosi
Leila Tsereteli Natela Gogitidze
Lisa Tung Susan Yen Lee
Alba Luz Turitich Luz Mercedes Gutierrez & Manuel Armando Dutierrez
Martha G Villanueva Marina T & Jose Robles
Philippe Wong-Ko-Nang Milka Simpraga
Elizabeth Torno & Renato Bustos Yabut Frenida G & Pete Guinto


Sonya Colour Collection Training
at the Home Office

“This is not the first time we have attended Sonya training, but I
can assure you that we learn something new every time. We
brought a large group of happy distributors who learned a lot from
the Sonya training. Now I see how well these ladies apply their
make-up, and they are a great example of what you can learn dur-
ing this training. I am planning to bring more distributors next
time, so that they can learn and get to know more about the Sonya
products. It’s not about ‘painting your face’, it’s about make-up!”
—Zonia & Enrique Espinosa, RSDs Orange County

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Hotel Reservations:
Call 1-800-228-9290
or log-on to
August 2, 3 &4
Anaheim Marriott Hotel
700 West Convention Way

UT Anaheim, CA 92802-3483
Qualification Period Ends

> FLP Special Group Rate: $119 per night

(Single or Double Occupancy) plus tax
March 31st!

Triple or Quad Occupancy $129 per night - Maximum of
4 people per room
> All reservations must be guaranteed with a major credit card.
10,000, 7,500 and 5,000 cc
• Silver Post Rally Tour to • 2 Rally wristbands

(Note: Your credit card will not be charged until checkout – it will
simply hold your reservation.)
> Deadline for reserving a room at the group rate is July 1st.
• 2 airfares (10,000 cc will
fly business class)
• 4 nights’ lodging
• Rally bag, product bag
& 2 Rally t-shirts
• VIP namebadge - All VIP
qualifiers are invited to the
• Meals front of every line.

2,500 cc
• Silver Post Rally Tour to • Meals
Hotel Reservations: Hawaii • 2 Rally bag, product bag
Call 1-800-222-9923 • 2 airfares & 2 Rally t-shirts
and ask to make a reservation against • 4 nights’ lodging
PRODUCTS room block, or
log-on to and 1,500 cc*
enter Promotion Code: ANN to make • 2 airfares • 2 Rally wristbands
your reservation. • 4 nights’ lodging • Rally bag, product bag
• Meals & 2 Rally t-shirts
Hilton Anaheim
777 Convention Way
Anaheim, CA 92802-3497 1,250 cc (US/CANADA only)
• 1 airfare • 2 Rally wristbands
> FLP Special Group Rate: $135 per night (Single or Double • Rally bag, product bag
• 3 nights’ lodging
Occupancy) plus tax
• Meals & 2 Rally t-shirts
Triple: $155+tax per night
Quad: $175+tax per night
> All reservations must be guaranteed with a major credit card. • 3 nights’ lodging
(Note: Your credit card will not be charged until checkout – it will
1,000 cc
• 2 Rally wristbands
simply hold your reservation.)
> Deadline for reserving a room at the group rate is July 1st.
750 cc • 1 nights’ lodging
• 2 Rally wristbands

500 cc • 2 Rally wristbands

Rally Event Venue: 250 cc • 1 Rally wristband

Anaheim Convention Center
800 W. Katella Avenue *The first time you qualify with 1,500 cc, you are also invited to attend
Anaheim, CA 92802 the Traditional Post Rally Tour. After attending your first 1,500 cc
714.765.8950 Traditional Post Rally Tour, you may qualify for future Silver Post Rally
tours with 2,500 cc. For more information on Super Rally Qualifications, refer to FLP's Company Policy.

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25 Years
“The last 25 years have been an incredible experience for me. I have
learned so much, met so many wonderful people and been a part of a
great team. I am so glad that Rex had the foresight to build such a
wonderful company, and I have been fortunate to be a small part of it.
Forever Living has grown tremendously since I joined in 1982. Every
year we open the Forever Living opportunity to more countries around
the world. And every year we acquire new Resort properties as well.
The growth in South Africa is amazing to behold!
I want to thank Rex for giving me the opportunity to be a part of the
Forever family.”
—Sabina Elliott, Controller

5 Years

“I can’t believe it has already been 5 years! Thank you, Rex, for the opportunity to work
for such a unique company. I feel fortunate to be a part of something so great. Also,
many thanks to Dave Hall for putting his faith in my abilities to move up within the
company. I look forward to many more years of new challenges and watching this com-
pany grow even more!”
—Lindsay Combs, Accountant

“It is hard to believe that five years have already gone by. It goes so fast! I feel very for-
tunate to work for such a great company. With two young boys, I am grateful to have a
job where I am able to balance work and home. Thank you, Rex, for providing such a
wonderful place to work and for the opportunities I have been given over the last 5
years. I look forward to new challenges in the future.”
—Kris Justice, Accountant

“Wow, what can I say! Five years already with Forever Living Products. It has been a
time of growth for me, and I have learned so much. I am grateful every day to have
such a nice place to work and in such a beautiful area of the city. I have learned so
much from the leaders of this company about setting goals and going for them no mat-
ter the circumstance. My daughter and I are very lucky to have Forever Living
Products as a part of our lives.”
—Debbie Sanchezverduzco, Executive Assistant for Tax Department

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Face the World...
Makeup artists around the world agree that foundation is
the one item you should never be without. Foundation
helps your skin look its best and provides the perfect base
for your complete makeup application. And with the cor-
rect shade and application, foundation will cover imper-
fections, even out your skin tone, and make your true
beauty more visible!

FOREVER LIVING’s unique and exclusive Sonya Cream

to Powder Foundation, available in 12 true-to-life
shades, is formulated to enhance your own unique skin
tone. Its natural ingredients - aloe vera, marine extracts,
antioxidants, chamomile and avocado oil - help soothe
and moisturize the skin. The fine texture leaves a smooth,
flawless finish and is ideal for all skin types.

Not only is Cream to Powder Foundation easy to apply, but

it comes in a chic, black compact with mirror and sponge –
making it convenient for touch-ups during the day!

Seasons change, your skin tone changes, or perhaps your hair
colour is even different – that means your makeup needs a
change. Remember, the shade you wore in August may not be
the same shade you will be wearing in April. And if you are
still wearing the same foun-
dation you wore 10 years
ago, then it is definitely
time for an update!

Wearing the wrong founda-

tion looks unnatural and
can actually ‘age’ the skin
and draw attention to
imperfections. It is a good
idea to apply 2 to 3 different
shades along the chin line
area to compare colours; see
which looks best outside in
natural daylight. >>

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Na 8 Va

Always prepare your skin for a flawless foundation application by
first cleansing, toning and moisturizing with the wonderful prod-
ucts from the Aloe Fleur de Jouvence skin care regime (Item
#041). Now you are ready to start your application.

The key to flawless foundation is blending. You want the founda-

tion to be perfectly blended, with no visible lines of demarcation.
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The Bonus Recap:
A Great Business Building Tool!
Since FOREVER LIVING was founded in 1978, we
have gone to great lengths to make sure that our
distributors are provided with a detailed and
monthly breakdown of how bonuses are calculat-
ed. With great care and expense, the Bonus
Recap was developed, and has been updated and
improved over the past 28 years to become the
informative and motivating tool that it is today.

Upon receiving their very first Recap, new Distributors

clearly see how the bonus percentages are applied to the
orders of their downline organization to determine the
exact amount they are receiving for their sponsoring and
training efforts. It also serves as a report of the progress
they are making toward achieving higher levels. To more
seasoned Distributors, the Recap is a source of motivation
as they see the number of names multiplying and realize
that they are receiving income from downline individuals
they have never even met. It is also a reminder of what
they need to do to qualify for special incentives, such as
the car program and Profit Share. And to all Distributors, it
provides a sense of security that their downline volume is
properly channeled and that bonuses are paid to the correct HOW YOUR BONUS IS CALCULATED
Distributors. The Recap is divided into five sections, and The first section describes how your bonus is calculated.
your level in the marketing plan determines how many of Beginning with a list of all the orders placed by you and your
these sections appear. downline, the information includes: order date, Distributor
ID and name, regional area number, order number, case
credits and bonus percentage you are receiving, suggested
retail price, and the calculated bonus on that order. If there
is an asterisk (*) next to the percentage, this indicates that
the corresponding case credits are Non-Manager case credits
View and print and, therefore, count toward your Leadership Bonus and
your Bonus Profit Share qualifications. Immediately following this list is
Recap* after the a line that indicates your total case credits and bonus. Next
10th of each are the various adjustments to your bonus, such as sales tax
month instead and withholding adjustments, as well as Earned Incentive
of waiting for it payments. Finally listed is the total bonus payment you are
to arrive in the receiving for that month. This bonus payment is paid to you
mail after the in one of three ways: a check included with the recap, a
18th! direct deposit to your bank account, or a deposit made to
your Ecount Visa Card. >>

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The third section shows your Profit Share progress in such a
CASE CREDIT SUMMARY way that you know, at-a-glance, how many case credits you
The second section in the Recap is your Case Credit need in each category to qualify for Level One of this incen-
Summary. This subtotals your case credits by type so that tive. Since this incentive is based on the calendar year, the
you will know exactly how many case credits are being accu- totals indicated are year-to-date, January through December.
mulated for that month, thus helping you to track your In a similar fashion, the fourth section shows you where you
progress towards various incentives: are in your qualification for the FLP Super Rally. This par-
• Total Active case credits: this is the sum of the case ticular incentive runs from April 1 through March 31, so the
credits of your personal purchases and the purchases of totals reflect that time period.
your new Distributors who have not yet reached Assistant The final section shows the case credits in each of your
Supervisor level. These are the case credits that qualify you Manager downlines. Here you will see a list of every first-
as ‘Active’ for the month (4cc minimum). generation Manager in your group. The case credits that are
• Downline Non-Manager case credits: these include the shown belong to whichever Manager down that line that had
case credits from all the Distributors in your group (except the most case credits during the month. Also indicated is
your own personal) who have not yet achieved Manager how many generations that Manager is down line from you
level. and whether they were Active during the month - also, if
they are a Recognized Manager and whether they are
• Personal and Non-Manager case credits: these are
Inherited or Transferred. This information is used to deter-
used to determine your qualification for Leadership Bonus
mine your qualification requirement for the following month
if you are a Manager.
for your Leadership Bonus.
• Managers Group case credits: these are the case credits
You can receive your Bonus Recap either by mail, or it can be
you are receiving for the purchases made by distributors
posted on the Company website in the “My Volume” page
who are in your downline Manager groups. These case
which is accessible after you sign in. View and print the
credits are automatically calculated at 40% of your first-
Bonus Recap after the 10th of each month instead of waiting
generation, 20% of your second-generation, and 10% of
for it to arrive in the mail after the 18th. When you access
your third-generation Managers’ volume.
your Recap in this way, you can print it for your records.
• Total case credits: this represents the total of all the
This is yet another valuable means to help you build your
various case credits you received for the month. It is this
FLP business. We recognize the wealth of knowledge and
total that qualifies you for the Earned Incentive and the
technical skill of our Information Systems Department, head-
Super Rally programs.
ed up by Vice President Steve Itami, which has made the
• Year-to-Date Total case credits: this is your accumu- Bonus Recap available to us. We encourage you to take full
lated total for the calendar year. Please note that amounts advantage of this marvelous tool and use it to motivate your
are included only from those months in which you were organization!
both Active (4cc minimum) and, if you are a Manager,
Leadership Bonus qualified.

(*For more information on how to receive your Bonus Recap online, please refer to page 18 of the December 2006 edition of the
FOREVER INTERNATIONAL, or give us a call at 1-888-440-ALOE.)

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Finally, we launched a new project

Profit Share PLANET’. This project will moti-
vate all distributors to recycle our
Brazil’s Profit Share event took Aloe bottles and to plant seeds inside
place on February 25th in Rio de empty Gel bottles. Each new dis-
Janeiro. More than 2,100 tributor will receive a seedling from
distributors attended the event and his or her sponsor in the hope that it
39 distributors qualified for and will grow into a lush plant. This
received Profit Share checks. The project is designed to teach distribu-
total amount distributed was tors how to use everything a plant or
approximately $1.2 million! The material offers.
biggest check was presented to Diamond-Sapphire Managers, We also plan to clean rivers and beaches around Brazil and
Lino and Noemia Barbosa, who received the equivalent of encourage our neighbors to participate in the ‘FOREVER
$410,000! Rex Maughan, Gregg Maughan, Garin Breinholt LIVING PLANET’ project. We will visit schools, shelters
and Country Managers Ana and Fernando Junqueira joyfully and orphanages in order to educate the children and allow
presented the checks to each of the qualifying distributors. them to participate in the project. We are asking the distribu-
tors in Brazil to retain their Aloe Vera Gel bottles, and once we
Throughout the event, Rex, Gregg and Garin gave very moti- have 450 units we will build a playhouse for children. To
vating speeches. In addition to the checks presented, we recog- encourage recycling and caring for the environment, this house
nized more than 160 distributors - among them were will be given to a poor community or orphanage to show sup-
Managers, Senior Managers, Soaring Managers and one port for the less fortunate.
Sapphire Manager. Soaring Managers, Tania Diniz and
Gilberto Quadros, spoke about their experiences with Look out everyone -- Brazil is growing, and we intend to
FOREVER. become ‘number one’!!
(Special thanks to Fernando & Ana Junquiera, Country
Managers, Brazil, for contributing to this article.)

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Profit Share
On February 3rd, we held a Profit Share (Gold Club) Event in
Monterrey, Mexico. It was an exceptional event that culminat-
ed with the delivery of the biggest check ever in Mexico:
$289,500 USD for the great leaders Armando and Veronica
Escudero. Congratulations, champions! Now more than ever,
all of the Mexican distributors continue to work hard to make
their Forever businesses grow, and to help FLP Mexico achieve
20,000 cases per month.
(Special thanks to Alfredo & Carmen Treviño, Country
Managers, Mexico, for contributing to this article.)

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Grand Opening
On February 2nd, we were thrilled to hold the Grand
Opening of a new FOREVER LIVING PRODUCTS office in
Morocco! Morocco will be under the operational control of
our FOREVER LIVING France office. This beautiful and
spacious office is in a great location of Rabat, and is sure to
develop new activity in Morocco.

Distributors were warmly welcomed by our Moroccan Staff;

Adil, Abdel, Karim, Omar and our Project Manager, Monsieur
Marcel. They shared their excitement in joining the FLP fami-
ly. We enjoyed a typical Moroccan buffet with an environment
worthy of the Arabian Nights. We are sure the Distributors
won’t forget the delicious Moroccan pastries and mint tea!
Whether Moroccan, French or Luxembourgish, all of the
Distributors appreciated this special evening. Everyone shared
in the excitement of Philippe’s optimistic vision of FLP officially opening our office with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Morocco in the next few years. We won’t forget this event, and we can assure you that FLP
Morocco will be as successful as its Grand Opening! We hope
Special guests that evening were the Ambassador of the United to see you soon in Rabat!
States to the Kingdom of Morocco, Thomas Riley, and his (Special thanks to Philippe Decottignies, Country
wife. We thank them for spending their time with us and for Manager, France, for contributing to this article.)

Sonya Colour Collection Training
Cynthia Hampton, Sonya Sales
Training Manager from FOREVER
LIVING PRODUCTS in Scottsdale,
Arizona, held a special training session in Asuncion, Paraguay,
on December 29, 2006. Cynthia was visiting her family in
Asuncion and took the opportunity to share her training
expertise with the FLP Distributors in her home country.

The Sonya Colour Collection Beauty Training was held to pro-

Jorge and Anita Villalba, Managing Directors in Paraguay, host-
mote the latest colours, tips and techniques for the summer in
ed the event and invited distributors from all areas of Paraguay.
Paraguay. As a reminder, seasons in North America and South
It was a huge motivational success. Everyone was excited to be
America are opposite one another. So when it is winter in the
able to participate in this special training and to have the
United States, it is summer in South America.
opportunity to grow and expand their FLP beauty business.
What a great way for Paraguay to ring in the New Year in

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Executive Club &
Success Showcase
Wow! What an amazing
couple of days we had when
Gregg Maughan, Executive Vice President, and Aidan O'Hare,
Vice President of Europe, came to visit the UK. First up was
the Executive Club incentive held at the Oxford Belfry, where
over 325 qualifiers had a day's training and the chance to mix
with the leaders that evening.

Gregg, Aidan, our Country Manager Bob Parker, along with

Top Distributor Jayne Leach, addressed the room and shared
advice on business building and committing to your goals.
They also motivated us to look after ourselves - mentally, phys-
ically, emotionally and spiritually.

Next was the Success Showcase which turned out to be equally

inspiring. In addition to Gregg, Aidan and Bob on stage, we
had fantastic presentations by Dr. Peter Atherton, Adam May
and Claire Cotton May. It topped off an amazing two days!

If you were lucky enough to attend both events, you were

treated to some awesome training, insight and inspiration for
the year ahead. Make it your goal to qualify for every incentive
and to attend every training in 2007!

A few memorable quotes from the evening were shared.

According to Gregg Maughan: ''If you're on the road to someday,
it only leads you to a town called nowhere.'' Aidan O'Hare equal-
ly enlightened us with: ''A sunrise and a sunset provide great
opportunities,'' ''Remember, Forever offers money and health, but
most importantly, it offers love,'' and “You only get one chance -
take advantage, do it now and risk a bit!''
(Special thanks to Bob Parker, Country Manager, UK for
contributing to this article.)

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Ivory Coast
New Country Manager
It is with great excitement that we introduce Jean-Baptiste and Laurence Amichia, our new
Country Managers for Ivory Coast, Africa. Jean-Baptiste comes to us from a very educated
and diverse background that will bring many positive assets to the FOREVER business in
Côte d’Ivoire. We are confident that he will help bring about great strides for FLP Côte
d’Ivoire and our rapidly growing African market. We are very excited about the future of
Côte d’Ivoire and the great success we will continue to endure with Jean-Baptiste as our new
leader. Please help us all in extending Jean-Baptiste and Laurence a warm welcome to the
FLP family!

New Country Manager
We are pleased to introduce Peter Boots as our new Country
Manager in charge of the Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands,
Luxembourg) countries. Peter joined us on January 24th. He was
born in the Netherlands and has a background in the paper and
hygiene industries, where he held various marketing and sales man-
agement positions throughout Europe. Peter and his wife Marike
have three boys, ages 3, 5 and 9, each of whom was born in a dif-
ferent country. Peter and his family are multi-lingual, and love
winter sports and the outdoor life. The family is currently in the
process of moving back to Holland as they have been living in
"I feel very privileged for the opportunity to work with Germany for the past few years. We extend our warm wishes to
Forever in this moment in time. The interest in a healthy Peter, Marike, and the boys. Welcome to the Forever family!
lifestyle has never been so high and so widespread in our
society."—Peter Boots

April 13-14th
UPCOMING European/World Rally with special guests
Rex Maughan and Executive Commitee
INTERNATIONAL EVENTS For more information, please contact
Country Manager Ulf Oscarson
at 011-46-31-727-8000.

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Completes the Longest and
Largest Marina Move
In a cooperative effort between the National Park Service, the
National Weather Service and FOREVER RESORTS, a large,
200-covered slip marina from Overton Beach was successfully
moved more than 40 miles via water to the Lake Mead
The move consisted of two structures. The north
National Recreation Area. structure was moved to Callville Bay Marina in Nevada and
measured 520 feet wide and more than 700 feet long. The
The huge task of moving a marina of this size and distance south structure was moved to Temple Bar Marina in
had never before been attempted. Logistical plans, weather Arizona and measured 530 feet wide and more than 800
calculations and meticulous charting details were taken into feet long. Twenty-two FOREVER Houseboats and 12
consideration for the move across North America’s largest man- smaller boats were used to power and maneuver the mari-
made lake. The nearly 6 million pound marina was moved nas. Each of the FOREVER Houseboats were powered by
to two other marinas; 41 miles to Callville Bay Marina in dual 150 Evenrude ETech engines, the most environmen-
Nevada and 32 miles to Temple Bar Marina in Arizona. tally friendly engines on the market and the only outboard
engine to ever receive the EPA’s ‘Clean Engine Award.’
The marina departed Overton Beach at 4 p.m. PST on Four Westerbeke SafeCO™ generators were used to pro-
February 2 and averaged one mile-per-hour down the Overton vide power on the docks and on the houseboats during the
Arm of Lake Mead. When the marina reached the Middle entire move. The SafeCO™ generators emit the lowest
Point location of Lake Mead at the end of the day Saturday, amount of carbon monoxide in the industry. Until new
February 3, the south marina (with 45 boats in slips) separated land power is installed, the SafeCO™ generators will con-
and headed to Temple Bar. The north marina (with 80 boats tinue to operate lighting on the docks at their new location.
in slips) entered the Virgin Basin and traveled through the area
commonly referred to as ‘The Narrows’ around 7 p.m. PST,
and then on to Callville Bay Marina.

“A move of this magnitude

just doesn’t happen overnight.
We had a very short time to
plan and carry off this enor-
mous task. The coordination
and cooperation between
marina professionals involved The move through the Narrows was accomplished at
made this move a success – night and took nearly eight hours to travel less than two
the National Park Service, miles. In a constricted section of the canyon with less
National Weather Service and the team from FOREVER than 36 feet of clearance on either side of the marina, the
RESORTS did a superb job,” stated John Schoppmann, crew could actually reach out and touch the walls of the
Executive Vice President of FOREVER RESORTS. canyon. The National Park Service and Nevada
Department of Wildlife vessels served as escorts, marking
and lighting the sides of the canyon walls for the flotilla
throughout the night. Each crew stayed with the marinas
while they were underway for more than 45 hours.

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FOREVER Business & Meeting Schedule

Note: If you are unable to locate a Product Center in your area, please call
1-888-440-ALOE(2563), or you may log on to to order product.
All warehouses and Product Centers are closed the first business day of the month for
month-end processing, to ensure that distributors’ bonus checks are sent on time.
Product Centers & Meeting Locations RSD = Regional Sales Director ASM = Area Sales Manager
(unless otherwise specified)
Centros de Producto & Lugar de Reuniones Opportunity & Product Meetings Special Meetings
(a menos que se especifique lo contrario) Juntas de Oportunidad y Producto Juntas Especiales

Willie & Johnnye Tucker - ASM 449
Montgomery*, Alabama 36110
Tel: (334) 265-4243 Fax: (334) 356-1583

Product Center Location
Harold “Charlie” & Jo Childs - ASM 624
1715-B South Ragosa Circle, Mountain Rose Estates
Palmer, Alaska 99645
Tel: (907) 745-3475

Mathew Rollins - RSD 613 English: 1st Tues of each month, 6:30 - 8 p.m.
Tempe*, Arizona Varcity Clubs of America, 3855 E. Speedway Blvd., TUCSON
Tel: (480) 242 -4837 Fax: (480) 968-4989
English: Every 2nd & 3rd Tues 6 - 8:30 p.m.
e-mail: 3620 E. Thomas Rd. Suite 205-b, PHOENIX
Español: 1er miércoles de cada mes, 6:30 - 8 p.m.
Holiday Inn, 1901 E. 18th St., YUMA
Español: Cada jueves, 6:30 - 8 p.m.
3620 E. Thomas Rd. Suite 205-b, PHOENIX

Vicenta & Alejandro Gomez - RSD 061 Español: Cada lunes, 6 - 8 p.m. Junta de Gerentes - Español:
906 Old Hwy 7 S #A3, Dardanelle*, Arkansas 72834 2o y 3er lunes del mes, 8 p.m. - 9:45 p.m.
Español: Cada jueves, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. y 6 - 8 p.m. Kings Inn Hotel, 154 E. Aspen Ln. Russelville, AR
Tel: (479) 880-6638 Cell: (479) 880-6638 or (479) 229-5258 Oficina FLP, 1000 Sgnmeldyna Ln, Springdale, AR 72764
Español (producto): 2do y 3er viernes del mes, 5:30 p.m.
600 Poplar #38, Clarksville

Edith Piña - ASM 475 Español (negocio): 1o miércoles de cada mes: 6:30 p.m. Entrenamiento de Éxito - Español: 3er miércoles de
1601 Bernard St., Bakersfield*, California 93305 Español (producto): 2o miércoles de cada mes: 6:30 p.m. cada mes: 6:30 p.m.
Tel: (661) 323-6484

Simon and Guillermina Mora - ASM 431

1521 Placer Ave., Modesto, California 95358 Rally en Anaheim - Español
Tel: (209) 538-0959 con invitado especial David Anderson
19 de marzo
Para más información, comuníquese con
Enrique & Zonia Espinosa - RSD 612 Español (oportunidad): Cada lunes, 7 p.m. Enrique Espinsa al (714) 234-5583.
7291 Garden Grove Blvd #J, Orange County*, California Español (Sonya Colour Collection y Faciales):
Cell Phone: (714) 234-5583 Office: (714) 889-4090 Cada martes, 11 a.m. Clases de Internet - Español:
e-mail: 1 y 3 martes de cada mes, 1 p.m. (favor de traer libreta
Español (oportunidad): Cada sábado,
“ Vistase de Negocio”, 11 a.m. para notas)

English: Every 3rd Sat of each month, 6 p.m. Como Hacer Demostraciones - Español: Cada miér-
coles, 7 p.m.
Clase de Supervisores y Más - Español: 1 y 3 jueves
de cada mes, 7 p.m.

Ignacio & Constanza Medina - ASM 523 Español: Cada martes, 10 a.m.
1304 Walters Street, Orland, California 95963
Tel: (530) 865-4368 Cell: (530)680-3881

To order product in this area, log-on to or call us at 1-888-440-ALOE(2563).

* Para ordenar produto en esta área, conéctese a o llámenos al 1-888-440-ALOE(2563).
Product Centers & Meeting Locations Opportunity & Product Meetings Special Meetings
(unless otherwise specified) (Juntas de Oportunidad y Producto) (Juntas Especiales)

Catalina & Honorio Perez - RSD 611 Español (oportunidad): Cada lunes, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Cell: (714) 501-6633 Español (producto): Cada miércoles, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. Reno Rally - English & Español
with special guest Carl Zander
Product Center Location March 20th, 6 p.m.
Jamy Perez - Office Manager Holiday Inn. Reno Downtown
12321 Magnolia Avenue Unit G, Riverside, California 92503 1000 E. 6th Street Reno NV 89512
Tel: (951) 817-1111 Fax: (909)817-8990
Hours: Mon - Fri, 10am - 6pm; Sat, 10:00am - 2pm
Sacramento Rally - English & Español
Yadira Ruiz - RSD 484 English y Español: English: Every Monday, 5 - 7 p.m.
with special guest Carl Zander
20 Loorz Court Espanol: Cada Lunes: 7- 9 p.m.
March 19th, 7 p.m.
Sacramento*, California 95823 All meetings held at: La Quinta Inn
Tel: (916) 392-4216 Fax: (916) 395-2602 (Todas las juntas se llevarán a cabo en la dirección aquí:) 200 Jibboom St. Sacramento, CA 95814
e-mail: La Quinta Inn, 200 Jibboom St. Sacramento, CA 95814

Margarita Lopez - RSD 548 Español: Cada miercoles a las 7 p.m.

1633 Devonshire Way, Salinas*, California 93906 Salon Knights of Columbus, 270 Rianda St. Noche de Reconocimientos - Español
Tel: (831) 449-3530 Mobile: (831) 229-7510 SALINAS, CA 93901 28 de Marzo, 6 p.m.
e-mail: con invitado especial Carl Zander
Español: Dos veces al mes
Salon Knights of Colombus
Holiday Inn Express Hotel, 1855 Main St.
270 Rianda St., Salinas, CA 93901
Español: Dos veces al mes
Vagabond Inn, 20 W Pacheco Blvd.
Español: Una vez al mes
Centanary Park, 600 Nickerson Dr..
Para mas informacion, favor de comunicarse con
Margarita al (831) 449-3530 o (831) 229-7510

Miguel & Maricruz Tomola - RSD 019 Español: Cada sábado, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Clases de Internet - Español:
664 Broadway St. Suite F, Chula Vista, California 91910 Cada martes, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
English (opportunity): Every Tues, 7 - 8 p.m.
(San Diego* area)
Mobile: (619) 770-0138 Office & Fax: (619) 420-6833 Español (oportunidad): Cada miércoles, 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
e-mail:, Español (producto): Cada miércoles, 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. y
Hours: Mon thru Thurs, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Cesar Viana Teague - RSD 625

San Francisco, California
Cell: (415) 724-3896

Rick & Kim Nitta - RSD 610 Español: Cada martes, 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
10721 Norwalk Blvd, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 Los Angeles Rally - English y Español
Tel: (562) 944-9977 Fax: (562) 944-6668 English: Every Thurs, 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
con invitado especial David Anderson
e-mail: All meetings held at: March 20th
(Todas las juntas se llevarán a cabo en la dirección aquí) For more information, please contact
Product Center Location 10721 Norwalk Blvd., Norwalk, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 Rick Nitta at (562) 944-9977
Mike Rothman - Office Manager
10606 Shoemaker Ave., Suite #B,
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670-4071
Tel: (562) 906-2141 Fax: (562) 906-0418
Hours: Mon thru Thurs, 11 a.m.- 7 p.m., Fri 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
Sat 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., CLOSED Sun

Mario & Silvia Scheel - RSD 024 Español: Cada miércoles, 7 p.m.
Sylmar*, California Guest House Inn, 10621 Sepulveda Blvd., MISSION HILLS
Tel: (818) 356-0071 Cell: (818) 388-5072
Español: El cuatro lunes del mes, 7 p.m.
Fax: (818) 356-0068
Best Western, 1725 N. Broadway, SANTA MARIA
Español: El tercer lunes del mes, 7 p.m.
River Ridge Golf Course, 2401 W. Vineyard, OXNARD

Roberto & Ana Mirian Abarca - RSD 614 Español: Cada lunes, 6 p.m.
Lakewood*, Colorado y cada primer sábado del mes de 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Roberto Cell: (720) 329-4908 Hotel Ramada, 2601 Zuni St., DENVER
Ana Miriam Cell: (303) 947-7498 Español: Cada miércoles, 6 p.m.
Fax: (303) 274-6279 Best Western Hotel, 701 8th St., GREENLEY
Español: Cada segundo y cuarto jueves, 4 p.m.
Hotel Ramada, 520 N. Murray Blvd., COLORADO SPRINGS
Español: Cada tercer y cuarto martes, 6 p.m.
Hotel Comfort Inn, 920 Cowen Dr., CARBONDALE
To order product in this area, log-on to or call us at 1-888-440-ALOE(2563).
* Para ordenar produto en esta área, conéctese a o llámenos al 1-888-440-ALOE(2563).
Product Centers & Meeting Locations Opportunity & Product Meetings Special Meetings
(unless otherwise specified) (Juntas de Oportunidad y Producto) (Juntas Especiales)

John & Anabelle Manzanero - RSD 620 English: Every Mon & Wed, 12 - 2 p.m.
4518 Cannes Lane, Olney, Maryland 20832
Español: Cada martes y jueves, 12 - 2 p.m.
Cell: (240) 505-6987
Product Center Location
Graciela “Patty” Argueta - Office Manager
5609 Fishers Lane #10-A, Rockville, Maryland 20852
Tel: (301)230-5870 Fax: (301)230-5871
Hours: Mon - Fri, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sat, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Jose & Rosa Cazarez – RSD 015 English y Español: Marzo 5 y Abril 2 - 6:45 p.m.
Miami*, Florida Hotel “Days Inn”,
Tel: (239)768-9170 Cell: (239) 209-2135 2601 N 29th Ave, HOLLYWOOD, FL 33020
e-mail: Tel. (954) 923-7300
English y Español: Marzo 8 y Abril 12- 6:45 p.m.
Hotel “Holiday Inn”
4732 North Dale Mabry Ave., TAMPA, FL 33614
Tel. (813) 874-6700
English y Español: Marzo 26 y Abril 16 - 6:45 p.m.
Hotel "Comfort Inn & Suites"
5301 NW 36th St., MIAMI, FL 33166
Tel. (305) 871-6000
English: March 15 - 6:30 p.m. & April 19 - 6:30 p.m.
Español: Marzo 15 - 7:30 p.m. y Abril 19 - 7:30 p.m.
Hotel “Hampton Inn”
5995 Cattleridge Rd., SARASOTA, FL 34232
Tel. (941) 371-1900

Luis Leal & Nubia Valencia - RSD 066 English y Español: Cada lunes, 6 - 8 p.m.
5430 Jimmy Carter Blvd., (Carter Center) Suite 214 English y Español: Lunes a viernes, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Norcross*, Georgia 30093
Tel/Fax: (678) 966-0404 Mobile: (678) 887-9880 English y Español: Primer jueves de cada mes, 6 - 8 p.m.
e-mail: Dalton, GA, Salon New York
Español (Taller de facial y anticelulitico y cosmetología):
Cada sábado, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Product Center Location
Mike & Leah Ellis - ASM 483
2950 Park St., Honolulu, Hawaii 96817
Tel: (808) 595-6775
Lana Holladay - ASM 531
1691 W. Hendricks, Meridian, Idaho 83642
Tel: (208) 887-2287
Product Center Location
William Brent Maughan - ASM 400
152 S. Main St. (or P.O. Box 487), Soda Springs
Idaho 83276 Tel: (208) 547-4909
Gerardo Reyes – RSD 619 Español: Ultimo sábado del mes, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Apoyo al Distribuidor - Español: lunes y miercoles
Tel: (773) 230-3239 Fax: (630)771-9983 Holiday Inn 4400 Frontage Rd, Hilside, IL
e-mail: Español: Tercer sábado del mes, 12 - 2 p.m. (Favor de comunicarse con Gerardo Reyes al
Product Center Location Ramada Inn, 200 Green Bay Rd., Waukegan, IL (773) 230-3239 para más información sobre La Salle
Alicia R. Coronel - Office Manager and Aurora.)
Español: Todos los martes y viernes, 6:00 p.m.
353 Remington Blvd., Bolingbrook, Illinois 60440 Warrenville City Hall, 28 W. Stafford, Warrenville. IL
Tel: (630) 771-9980 Fax: (630)771-9983
Español (producto): Ultimo sábado del mes, 11 a.m.
Restaurante IXTAPA, 6714 W. Cermak, Berwyn, IL
Hours: Mon - Fri, 10am - 6pm;
Sat (pick-up only), 10am - 1pm Español (producto): Todos los Viernes, 6 p.m.
Warrenville City Hall 28 W. Stafford. Warrenville, IL
Español (oportunidad): Primer sábado del mes, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Court Yard Inn Hotel, 6610 S. Cicero
(by Chicago Midway Airport)
Joe & Ruth Miller - RSD 551 English: Every Mon, 6 - 8:30 p.m.
7035 S. 900 West, Topeka*, Indiana 46571
Tel: (260) 593-3563

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Product Centers & Meeting Locations Opportunity & Product Meetings Special Meetings
(unless otherwise specified) (Juntas de Oportunidad y Producto) (Juntas Especiales)

Sandra Long - ASM 559
29 Sycamore St., Covington*, Louisiana 70433
Tel: (985) 893-6555

MARYLAND (including District of Columbia)

John & Anabelle Manzanero - RSD 620 English: Every Mon & Wed, 12 - 2 p.m.
4518 Cannes Lane, Olney, Maryland 20832
Cell: (240) 505-6987 Español: Cada martes y jueves, 12 - 2 p.m.
Product Center Location
Graciela “Patty” Argueta - Office Manager
5609 Fishers Lane #10-A, Rockville, Maryland 20852
Tel: (301)230-5870 Fax: (301)230-5871
Mon - Fri, 11am - 5pm; Sat, 11am - 2pm

Conrad & Cora Schultz - ASM 436
33930 Park Trail, Center City, Minnesota 55012
Tel: (651) 257-1757

Call 1-888-440-ALOE for more information.

Vicki Canada - ASM 560
Las Vegas*, Nevada
Tel: (702)332-7188 email:

Boris & Irina Mezheritsky - ASM 557 English & Russian: Every Thurs, 7 p.m.
6 Independence Way, Rockaway*, New Jersey 07866 6 Independence Way, Rockaway, NJ 07866
Tel. (973) 537-1606

Winona C. Franchini - ASM 424
1807 Stanford Drive N.E., Albuquerque*, New Mexico 87106
Tel: (505) 255-6461

Alex & Elvira Tunitsky - RSD 558 Russian: Every Sun, 10:00 am
2408 E. 4 Street, Brooklyn*, New York 11223 Restaurant Caspiy. 1309 Ave Z. Brooklyn, NY 11235
Tel: (718) 964-3680 English: Every Wed, 7:00 pm
e-mail: Marlboro Memorial Post 1437. 300 Ave X Brooklyn, NY 11223
English y Español: 2nd Thurs of each month, 7:00 pm
Marlboro Memorial Post 1437. 300 Ave X Brooklyn, NY 11223

Federico & Patricia Castellano - RSD 069 Español (with English Translation): Manager Training - English:
2815 Chestnut Heights Rd., Winston-Salem*, Primer sábado de cada mes 5 a 7 p.m. 2nd Sat. of each month, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
North Carolina 27107 Tel: (336)788-3594 Hotel Holiday Inn Express Hotel Hampton Inn
e-mail: I-40 Exit 192, WINSTON SALEM I-40 Exit 312, CLAYTON, NC
Español (with English Translation): Entrenamiento a Gerentes - Español:
Primer martes de cada mes, 5 a 7 pm. Segundo sábado de cada mes, 2 - 4 p.m.
Hotel Holiday Inn Express Hotel Hampton Inn
I-40 Exit 214,GREENSBORO I-40 Exit 312, CLAYTON, NC
Español (with English Translation): Junta General - Español:
Tercer sábado de cada mes Segundo sábado de cada mes, 4:30 - 7 p.m.
Hotel Quality Inn, 608 Khan Dr. & I-95, LUMBERTON Hotel Hampton Inn
I-40 Exit 312, CLAYTON, NC

David & Maricela Ruiz - RSD 552 Español: Cada miercoles, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Entrenamiento de Gerentes - Español: 1er y 3er
174 Cedar Dr. N.W., Concord*, North Carolina 28025 Jueves de cada mes de 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tel: (704) 720-7704 Mobile: (704) 701-9133 or (704) 701-4109 Lugar para todas las juntas: Fairfield Inn, 3033 Cloverleaf Parkway, Kannapolis, NC 28083 (Salida 58 del Fwy. 85)

Product Center Location English: Every Thurs, 7 p.m. & Sat, 11 a.m.
Darryl & Amy Bednarski - RSD 618
8133 Broadview Road, Broadview Heights, Ohio 44147
Tel: (440) 838-8787 1-800-300-2400 (Ohio Only)
Fax: (440) 838-8393 e-mail:
Hours: M - W, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Th - F, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.,
Sat, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
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Product Centers & Meeting Locations Opportunity & Product Meetings Special Meetings
(unless otherwise specified) (Juntas de Oportunidad y Producto) (Juntas Especiales)

Juana Ordonez - ASM 549 Español: Cada jueves, 6 p.m.
5520 S. Independence Ave., Oklahoma City*,
Oklahoma 73119
Tel: (405) 921-6863
(for information in English, please call (405)413-5472)

Ardelle Anderson - ASM 561
Portland*, Oregon 97062
Tel: (503) 612-9990 Mobile: (503)701-3446

Product Center Location Español: Tercer lunes de cada mes, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Wilfredo Mercado and Roseanna Diaz - ASM 621 Casa España al lado del Capitolio Viejo San Juan
Urb Las Lomas, Calle 37 S.O. #817, Rio Piedras,
San Juan PR 00921-2403
Tel: (787) 503-4131 Fax: (787) 783-7561

Product Center Location
Sonja Hunter - ASM 556
PO Box 3769, Apia, Samoa
Tel: (011)685-777-6000
Maria Chaidez - ASM 563
8941 Hickory Trail Dr., Cordova, TN 38018
Tel: (901)737-1320

Steve & Andrea Martin - RSD 616 Español (oportunidad): Cada lunes, 7 - 8:30 p.m. Reunión de Gerentes - Español: Último viernes
(713) 498-5909 Fax: (713) 339-3622 del mes, 10 a.m.
Español: Cada miércoles, 10 - 12 p.m.
Product Center Location
Wendy Zambrano - Office Manager
6875 Harwin, Suite F, Houston, Texas 77036
Tel: (713) 339-3633 Fax: (713) 339-3622
Hours: Mon., 2 - 8:30 p.m.; Tues - Fri, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.;
Sat, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Carmen & Ricardo Novoa - RSD 615 English - SF Hotel: Every Saturday, 12 - 2 p.m.
Dallas/Ft. Worth*, Texas
Espanol - SF Hotel: sábados, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Tel: Carmen (972) 489-3946
Southfork Hotel
Ricardo (972) 672-7158
1600 N Central Expressway, Plano, TX 75074
Fax: (972) 767-0776
Tel: (972)578-8555
Espanol: miércoles, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Sterling Hotel, 1055 Regal Row, Dallas TX 75247
Tel: (214)634-8550

Sergio & Maria Elena Garcia - ASM 550 Español: Cada lunes, 12 - 2 p.m.
161 Duval Loop, Laredo*, TX 78041
Tel: (956) 726-9851

Hector Garza - RSD 617 Español (oportunidad): Cada lunes, 7 p.m.

McAllen*, Texas La Quinta Inn, 10th Street, McAllen, TX
Tel: (956) 343-7037 Cell: (956) 343-7037
e-mail: 2o y 4o martes, 6:30 p.m.
Red Roof Inn, Exp. 77/83, Brownsville, TX

1o y 3o jueves, 6 p.m. (English 7 p.m.)

Red Roof Inn, Corpus Christi, TX

2o jueves, 6:30 p.m.

Executive Inn, Mercedes, TX
English (opportunity): 4th Thurs, 7 p.m.
Country Hearth Inn, Sioux Rd & 281, Pharr, TX

Lillie Edilia & Maurice Romero - ASM 562

509 Delmar #1302, Midland, Texas 79703
Tel: (432) 770-2030

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Product Centers & Meeting Locations Opportunity & Product Meetings Special Meetings
(unless otherwise specified) (Juntas de Oportunidad y Producto) (Juntas Especiales)

Karime Jaimes - ASM 509 Español: Cada jueves, 6 p.m. y sábado, 10 a.m.
163 CR 6105, Nacogdoches*, Texas 75964 Para la dirección, favor de llamar al (936) 554-9115
Tel: (936)554-9115

Maria & Pablo Torres - ASM 555

Waco*, Texas
Tel: (254) 754-6287

Chris & Jessica Turpin - RSD 067 Español: Cada jueves, 7 p.m.
4503 Taylor Ave.,Ogden*, Utah 84403 The Pavilion Inn, 5335 S. College 440 W.,
Tel: (801) 391-3834 Fax: (801) 621-7778 Salt Lake City, UT 84123
e-mail: English: Every Wed, 7 p.m.
21st Century Health, 3998 Madison Ave, Ogden, UT 84403

Product Center Location
Lois Matty - ASM 520
5364 Bellaire Way, Bellingham, Washington 98226
Tel: (360) 384-4700

Eldon & Pam Kellogg - ASM 440

28 W. 14th Street, Spokane, Washington 99204
Tel: (509) 838-0528

Robert & Anne Ramos - ASM 545

8823 West Mall Drive, Everett*, Washington 98208
Tel: (425) 347-7924
Cell #1 - (206) 407-9207 Cell #2 - (425) 327-8011

Special Meetings
CANADA Opportunity/Opportunity & Product Meetings
(Juntas de Oportunidad y Producto) (Juntas Especiales)
Jack Kotanko - RSD 068 English (opportunity): Every Tuesday 7:30 pm
#117 - 3989 Henning Drive, Burnaby*, BC. Canada V5C 6P8
Tel: (604) 298-0288 Cell: (604) 837-4907 Español (oprotunidad): 2o y 3er miércoles de cada mes
Fax: (604) 298-0288
For updates and information:
Hours: M & F, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.; T & Th 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Product Center Location
Lothar Klimpel - ASM 493
58 Promenade Ave., Ottawa, Ontario K2E 5X8, Canada
Tel: (613) 727-5484 Fax: (613) 727-5612

Wei-Lih Hsu – RSD 060 English (opportunity): Every Tues, 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Cell: (416) 838-8010
Chinese (opportunity): Every Thurs, 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Product Center Location Abbotsford Meeting : Wed, Dec 13th, 7:30 p.m.
Amy Chen - Office Manager Crossroads Restaurant (Best Western Inn)
328 Consumers Road, North York, Ontario M2J 1P8, Canada 1821 Sumas Way, Abbotsford
Tel: (416) 491-7776 Fax: (416) 491-4600
Toll free: (877) 669-9651
M, W, F, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; T & Th 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sat, Noon - 4:00 pm

Zeljko Lukic - ASM 564

1498 Morningstar Ave., Windsor, Ontario N8P 1R3, Canada
Tel: (519) 979-8966 Fax: (519) 979-2374

Claude & Raymonde Ricard - RSD 057
Français (opportunity): Merc, 7:30 - 9pm
289 de la Clairiere Dubvisson, Val-D’Or*,
Quebec J9P 4N7, Canada
Tel: (819) 856-6098 Fax: (819) 824-2864

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