Announcing Legacy Retreat 2018

Wednesday, June 21, 2017



As a certain group of Pacific Islanders say, Bula!
It means hello, goodbye, welcome, love, and more. You will need to put this word in your mental dictionary when you qualify for Legacy Retreat 2018, because we are going to FIJI!

Come with us, April 25–30, 2018, to the heart of the South Pacific where you’ll find white beaches, crystal waters, luxury and complete relaxation.

In Fiji, time seems to slow down to match the country’s pace of life. The country is comprised of over 300 islands. There are so many things to be seen and adventures to be had in Fiji—it’s hard to know where to begin! This destination is an absolute dream for any traveler, especially when you travel with Synergy WorldWide.

We don’t want you to miss out on this upcoming Legacy Retreat— Commit now to qualifying for the event! The qualification period is January 1 to December 31, 2017.

To learn how you can qualify for Legacy Retreat 2018, click here.


YOUR FIJI RESORT DESTINATION
Inspired by a traditional Fijian village, the InterContinental Fiji Hotel & Resort has superb facilities set among coconut palms and 35 acres of native flora. Enjoy Fijian hospitality beside world-class Natadola Beach, dive among brilliant coral, relax in the pools and spa, or enjoy 18 holes on the PGA-endorsed golf course. The InterContinental Fiji Hotel & Resort will be your home away from home for a true luxury retreat.

Of course, the memorable moments of a Synergy Legacy Retreat come from not only the splendor of the hotel or the breathtaking views. With Synergy, you will have a variety of activities and adventures to choose from, delicious meals to savor, and the chance to enjoy the company of Synergy's most elite and dedicated leaders.

Set your course to the islands. Qualify this year and experience Fiji in style. We look forward to rewarding you with paradise in 2018.

To view a video recap of the 2017 Legacy Retreat in Monaco, click here.

Synergy WorldWide

Some say he’s half man half fish, others say he’s more of a seventy/thirty split. Either way he’s a fishy bastard.

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