Legacy Retreat 2015 Announced with New Qualifications

Monday, March 17, 2014

Over the years Synergy has taken you to relaxing havens all over the Western hemisphere, but in 2015 we are changing up locations and making it even easier for you to qualify!

Get ready for Legacy Retreat in Dubai — January 11-16, 2015!




Dubai is a city brimming with Arabic culture and history intertwined with impressive modern design and style. Known for its world-renowned hotels, shopping and cuisine, Dubai is a unique destination waiting to be explored.

Qualify this year and we’ll book you a room at Dubai’s Atlantis, The Palm, a strikingly majestic resort with sophistication, glamour and imagination. The Atlantis sits on its own man-made island and offers every aquatic adventure on your site-seeing list, from aquariums and waterparks to swimming with dolphins and scuba diving. This is the vacation of dreams and it’s within your reach!


New Legacy Retreat First-Time Qualifications
Earn 10 Legacy Retreat points by December 31, 2014 and you’ll qualify for Dubai. Starting in 2014, you can now earn up to 4 points per month. Be on active Autoship each month and complete the following to earn points:

• Team Director: Personally sponsor one (paid as)
Team Leader for 1 point or two (paid as) Team Leaders for 2 points
• Team Elite: Personally sponsor one (paid as) Team Leader for 2 points or two (paid as) Team Leaders for 3 points
• Pearl Executive: Personally sponsor one (paid as) Team Leader for 3 points or two (paid as) Team Leaders for 4 points

Remember, points roll over from year to year, so you may have already started accumulating points toward the 2015 Retreat.

New Legacy Retreat Alumni Qualifications
If you have already attended a Legacy Retreat, you have the opportunity to re-qualify to join us in 2015. Legacy Retreat alumni qualifications may be met in one of three ways:

• Rank advance to a new executive level (Pearl and above) for the first time
• OR maintain your highest pin title at or above Pearl for 3 out of 12 months for first-time requalification, then adding an additional month each requalifying year – maxing out at 10 out of 12 months.
• OR for Double Presidential and above, maintain highest pin title 3 out of 12 months or maintain Presidential pin title 3 out of 12 months for first time requalification, then adding an additional month each requalifying year – maxing out at 10 out of 12 months.

Note: All re-qualifying alumni, regardless of how many times you have attended Legacy Retreat in the past, will need to maintain their highest pin title 4 out of 12 times to qualify for 2015. Double Presidential Executives can still qualify by maintaining their highest title 3 out of 12 months or by maintaining the Presidential pin title 4 out of 12 months.

The qualification and re-qualification time period is between January 1 and December 31 of each year.

NEW Legacy Retreat Elite VIP Package
Available only to Presidential Executives and above, Synergy’s VIP package elevates the Legacy Retreat experience from unique to extraordinary.

Qualified leaders will receive business class airfare, an upgraded suite for the duration of their Legacy Retreat stay, limo airport transfers, gifts, and an exclusive VIP dinner experience with Synergy’s executive team.

To qualify, the following criteria must be met during the qualification period:
• Achieve a new rank of Presidential or above for the first time
• OR be a qualified Legacy Retreat alumni and have one (1) personally sponsored Team Member qualify and attend Legacy Retreat for the first time the same year
• OR be a qualified Legacy Retreat alumni and maintain highest title 6 out of 12 months during the qualification period

We’re excited for these enhancements to the Legacy Retreat and we can’t wait to treat many of you to this once-in-a-lifetime experience in Dubai. See you in January 2015!

If you have any questions about this announcement, please contact your local office.

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