NFL and Super Bowl MVP Endorses Amway’s World-Leading Brand of Vitamins, Minerals and Dietary SupplementsAmway North America announced today that it has signed NFL and Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner to a multi-year endorsement agreement to represent NUTRILITE® exclusively from Amway – the world’s leading brand of vitamin, mineral and dietary supplements.“The people at Amway share the same business philosophies and family values that I apply to my professional and personal life,” said Warner. “So, in that sense, it was really easy to see why I should partner with the NUTRILITE brand together in an effort to educate consumers on the benefits of proper nutrition and help Amway’s Independent Business Owners maximize their opportunities.”The agreement marks the first time in the NUTRILITE brand’s 76-year history that Amway has enlisted a professional football player to endorse its brands. Warner will represent the entire NUTRILITE product line, including vitamins, minerals, dietary supplements, as well as weight management, sports and energy products, protein bars and sports drinks.“Kurt‘s life is a true American success story, and in many ways, parallels the experiences of our Independent Business Owners, many of whom have persevered to overcome obstacles to achieve success,” says Jori Hartwig, Vice President of Marketing for Amway North America. “Even after retiring from football, he continues to inspire those who lead an active lifestyle and strive to achieve optimal health, while devoting oneself to family and community.”
Alex Rameriz is a pro baseball player with the Yomiuri Giants pro-baseball team in Japan, the current champions and known as “The New York Yankees of Japan”. He played three seasons in the Major Leagues in the US, with the Cleveland Indians and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Apparently he’s been playing exceptionally well the past year. Have a look what he told The Japan Times –
Yomiuri Giants slugger Alex Ramirez is feeling better than ever. Ramirez has had an extra spring in his step this year and he’s crediting a little bottle he says packs a big punch.
Ramirez has taken to drinking energy drink Xs, which he said has him feeling better and is aiding his training this spring.
“It’s just unbelievable,” Ramirez said of his newfound secret that he said he found through Amway. “Before the game, that’s what I drink. Last year I was taking Black Powder. But I feel the difference between this and the other things. It’s unbelievable.”
Ramirez said he was especially pleased because the drink helped him keep his energy levels high, as opposed “to feeling that low after a while” that comes from caffeinated drinks.
I just got a hold of the following exciting news, first revealed on the Miss America blog a few days ago –
Artistry partners with Miss America organization in helping a woman’s inner beauty shine through. Collaboration is sure to enhance favorability for Artistry and Amway Global.
It’s a pleasure to get 2010 off to a great start by sharing incredibly exciting news with you about our global beauty brand, ARTISTRY® skin care and cosmetics – news that’s going to boost confidence in ARTISTRY and help make your beauty business flourish!
For the first time, we’ve teamed up with one of the nation’s leading achievement programs for young women – and one that holds the same philosophy as ARTISTRY … helping a woman’s inner beauty shine through from the inside out.
Today, we are proud to announce the ARTISTRY partnership with the Miss America organization! Continue reading Amway Global and Artistry team up with Miss America!
I mentioned a couple of months ago that Amway’s E.Funkhouser New York range was being phased out and what appeared to be a new, lower cost, Amway brand was going to be introduced. This has now been confirmed with articles in European Amagrams and websites. The Amway UK website says – Continue reading A new Amway brand – BeautyCycle
In recent times we’ve seen Amway opening high street stores in London and running billboards with move stars in Sydney. Today we’re seeing a really interesting promotion smack in the middle of New York City with the Nutrilite Farmers’ Market.
Along with the market, where they’re giving away hundreds of fruits & vegetables to passersby, Nutrilite has launched a new website at http://www.nutrilite.com/color promoting the need to get a wide spectrum of different phytonutrients in your diet. Why color? Well, it’s known that the different colors in fruit and vegetables are a sign of the different plant substances, or phytonutrients, that exist in the plants. Purple colors, like resveratrol in grapes is known to have strong cardiovascular benefits. The red lycopene in tomatoes helps with DNA health.
The farmer’s market and new website is complemented by a new blog – The Coloring Book (also on Twitter) and all are designed to encourage people to ensure they’re getting a wide range of phytonutrients. In research reported on the The Coloring Book today it was found that fewer than 20% of American’s get the recommend phytonutrient intake daily. How many colors are you getting?