February 01, 2011
News in Brief, February 2011
Pre-Paid Legal Services Launches Recruitment Program on Fox News Network
Pre-Paid Legal Services Inc. launched a special promotional and recruitment program, Pre-Paid Legal Services Inc.: A Business for Today, on the Fox Business Network (FBN), a part of the Fox News Network (FNN), on Jan. 1.
The 30-minute program featured two former attorneys general (AG): Mike Moore, a four-term AG for Mississippi, and Mike Turpen, a former AG of Oklahoma. Moore, now head of the Mike Moore Law Firm LLC, is on the Advisory Council for PPL, and Mike Turpen is a partner with Oklahoma-based Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison & Lewis Inc., a provider law firm for PPL since 1987. Both Moore and Turpen discussed their personal experience with PPL and the value of affordable legal services for everyday legal problems.
The segment also featured PPL’s Co-CEO and Chief Marketing Officer Mark Brown and a group of leading independent associates for the company, who discussed the PPL business opportunity. Additional segments in the ongoing program are being developed and will feature a variety of PPL leaders.
Pre-Paid Legal Services® Inc. offers legal service benefits plans provided through a network of more than 50 independent law firms across the United States and Canada.
Herbalife Study Sheds Light on Weight Loss Goals
Herbalife recently sponsored a nationwide survey of 1,000 adults that revealed men and women differ not only in their strategies, but also in what motivates them to shed excess flab.
The survey shows that the main factor driving weight loss efforts for women is appearance—nearly 40 percent were motivated to lose because “I don’t like the way I look.” Looks matter to men, too, but feeling out of shape also ranked high—“not feeling healthy” was the top reason that drove 27 percent of the guys to take action.
Even though the prevalence rates of overweight are about the same in men and women, the survey showed that women get dissatisfied with their weight much earlier in the game than men do. A gain of 5 pounds or less was enough to motivate nearly 18 percent of women to step up their shape-up efforts, while nearly the same percentage of men said it would take a gain of more than 20 pounds or more before getting serious. The tipping point for the majority of both sexes is 10 pounds.
Herbalife is a global network marketing company that sells weight-management, nutritional and personal-care products intended to support a healthy lifestyle. Herbalife products are sold in 73 countries through a network of more than 2.1 million independent distributors.
USANA Extends Sponsorship of WTA, Names Six New Brand Ambassadors
USANA Health Sciences Inc. announced it will extend its sponsorship of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). The partnership will include increased USANA branding and participation at WTA events over the next three years.
Players Kim Clijsters, Sam Stosur, Zheng Jie, Liezel Huber, Melanie Oudin and Aleksandra Wozniak will promote the USANA brand and represent USANA to media, participate in USANA-sponsored meet-and-greets and tennis clinics and promote Children’s Hunger Fund, USANA’s designated charity.
USANA develops and manufactures high-quality nutritional, personal-care and weight-management products that are sold directly to preferred customers and associates worldwide.
Tahitian Noni International’s Sales and Service Department Honored
Tahitian Noni International (TNI) has been named as a finalist in the prestigious 5th Annual Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service, an international competition recognizing excellence in disciplines crucial to business success. The TNI Sales and Service Department specifically was named as a finalist in the Contact Center of the Year (up to 100 seats) category.
Stevie Award winners will be announced during a gala banquet on Monday, Feb. 21, at the Eden Roc Renaissance Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla.
Tahitian Noni International is a global, research-driven bioactive products company that was the first to introduce the health benefits of the noni plant to the world outside Tahiti. Headquartered in Provo, Utah, Tahitian Noni International has a presence in more than 70 markets worldwide.
AdvoCare Provides Founding Grant for College Football Assistance Fund
AdvoCare provided the founding grant to help establish the College Football Assistance Fund (CFAF). CFAF is dedicated to the support of football players who have sustained serious injuries through college football. More than 20,000 college football injuries occur each year. The average medical cost for the most common injury—knee injury—is more than $10,000. The costs associated with neck and spinal cord injuries are dramatically more.
The organization was established in 2010 by a group of collegiate coaches and athletic administrators concerned about the limited resources available to injured football players. Assistance will be provided to aid in medical costs for these athletes.
AdvoCare International LP is a premier health and wellness company based in Carrollton, Texas, that offers world-class energy drinks and nutritional and skincare products along with a rewarding business opportunity. Since 1993, AdvoCare has offered nutritional supplements and vitamins of the highest quality, developed through comprehensive research and backed by a Scientific Medical Advisory Board.