February Open House This Weekend

Thursday, February 23, 2012

If you have yet to attend a Synergy Open House, your eyes will be opened as you gain a sincere appreciation for the measures we take to ensure the highest quality products in the industry.

All those who attend our Open House on Friday, February 24, will meet the Synergy executive team, take a tour of Nature's Sunshine's manufacturing facility, learn from fellow Team Member leaders, and gain a true understanding for who Synergy WorldWide is.

On Saturday, February 25, the day following Synergy's Open House, we will be holding Gold Camp and Fast Start Training for qualified Team Members. All details can be found below:


Synergy Open House
When: Friday, February 24
Where: Synergy Corporate Office
Time: 1:00-8:00 PM
Note: The evening presentation will feature Tad Turgeon, Research Scientist, as he details the competitive advantages of ProArgi-9+ and Synergy WorldWide from a product standpoint.

Click here for Open House agenda details

Gold Camp
This exclusive training will teach recently achieved Gold and Team Leaders how to leverage the Mega-Match Compensation Plan by becoming the perfect sponsor. Now that your business is growing, it's important you understand how to give your team the level of support it needs to be successful.

When: Saturday, February 25
Where: Synergy Corporate Office
Start: 9:00 AM - Registration/Breakfast starts at 8:00 AM
Cost: $25/person (includes training, materials, breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Qualification: Rank advance to Gold or Team Leader in previous six months
Note: To verify qualification and to register, please call Customer Service at (801) 431-7660.

Fast Start Training
Fast Start Training is for Team Members who are just starting to build their Synergy business. We will educate you on the fundamental principles and steps necessary to get started at Synergy WorldWide.

When: Saturday, February 25
Where: Synergy Corporate Office
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Cost: Free

Synergy WorldWide

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