Synergy Founder to Present at Open House

Monday, March 24, 2014

This Friday's Open House is primed to be one of our best yet. Based on feedback from many who attended January's Open House, we have decided to again follow the new format featuring a powerful panel of speakers and trainers along with the guided tours.

January's event hosted one of our biggest ever Open House crowds. These wonderful guests heard from a panel of speakers that included Double Presidential Executive Dianne Leavitt and Presidential Executives Rudy Pedroza and Paul Blad among others. These three accomplished business builders will be joining us again this weekend to share proven advice and their own impressive Synergy stories.

For the first time in 2014, this weekend's event will also feature Synergy Founder Dan Higginson as a special presenter. Come hear about the beginnings of this company directly from the person who started it all! You'll also hear about the mission of Synergy and the vision for our future. Learn how one of Forbe's magazine's 100 "Most Trustworthy" companies builds and maintains this honorable reputation.

OPEN HOUSE DETAILS
Date: Friday, March 28 at 1:00
Cost: FREE
Time: 1:00 PM sharp.
Location: The Open House begins with a tour of our manufacturing facility located at 1655 N Main St Spanish Fork, UT 84660. Please be on time.

Click Here for a detailed Open House Agenda >>

Following the manufacturing facility tour, attendees will return to Synergy's corporate offices to tour our headquarters, sample our products and hear from our Executive Team and guest speakers.

GOLD CAMP SEATS AVAILABLE
Good news for those who have not yet registered for the March 29 Synergy Gold Camp: there are still 12 seats available for Team Members seeking an elite network marketing education. As this event takes place the day after our Open House, we are confident that the time you invest in this weekend's events will be of great benefit to your business and your income.



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