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New Company Explodes Onto Network Marketing Scene

Powerhouse Duo Behind Limitless Worldwide™, LLC Has Industry in Frenzy of Excitement

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A brand new network marketing company named Limitless Worldwide™, LLC is making its official debut February 7-9, and the entire industry is buzzing about it. It's being called "the startup that's not a startup." Why? Because while it is a brand new company, it's powered by years of experience and proven success. Limitless Worldwide represents the coming together of two major forces: Steve and Melyn Campbell, who have over twenty years of experience in the network marketing industry and who are ranked in the top twenty all-time network marketing earners, and Basic Research®, a twenty-year-old, debt-free company with billions in retail sales.

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The Campbells are two of the most experienced, successful network marketers in the world. They were looking for a challenge, so the power couple decided to use their expertise to start their own network marketing business. Then, after eighteen months of touring the United States looking for a company with effective, unique products that would be a good fit for the industry, they were introduced to Basic Research, a company with serious, long-term success in the retail industry.

The Campbells soon learned that Basic had never taken some of its most exciting products to market, because the company felt these products would sell most effectively only if the highly compelling research behind them could be shared with potential customers. But since retail shelves don't tell stories, they feared the products wouldn't do well in a regular store setting.

Eventually, the Campbells were given a long list of products that hadn't yet gone to market and were asked which ones they thought would do best in the network marketing setting. They were blown away by what they saw. "We were amazed by the caliber of products on that list," Melyn says. "There were some truly revolutionary skin-care, weight-loss, and anti-aging formulations with incredible research results that were just waiting for someone to tell their story."

Steve and Melyn narrowed the list down to the top products they felt had the most compelling research, would appeal to a wide consumer base, and would be the most successful in the industry, and Limitless Worldwide was born. This company is completely unique in the network marketing industry, because it brings together the power of wildly successful network marketing veterans and a retail giant. The Limitless team is focused on creating highly specialized, scientifically validated products that get real results, and is dedicated to going beyond testimonials by refusing to back any product that doesn't have proven science behind it. They're so committed to this ideal, in fact, that they've trademarked the term "Science… Beyond Testimonials."

Plus, Limitless Worldwide's revolutionary, patent-pending TriBrid Overlay Compensation Plan™ is unlike anything the industry has ever seen. It was designed by Melyn Campbell, who has degrees in accounting and economics as well as statistics and finance, and who has designed many compensation plans for network marketing companies over the course of the last twenty years. She's considered one of the top experts in the world on comp plans, and she designed her TriBrid Overlay Compensation Plan to not only help top-earning executives potentially make six-figure incomes, but to give part-time distributors a real opportunity to make money by creating multiple income streams off the same downline. "We were tired of seeing people go through the 'revolving door' of network marketing because they couldn't make money," Steve says. "We strongly believe this industry should be about distributor and customer retention, and our goal here was to create a plan that was incredibly kind to the part-time distributor, while at the same time driving customer acquisition."

The company's official worldwide launch is set for February 7-9, 2013 at the award winning South Point Hotel & Casino in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada. This three-day event is sure to be nothing short of spectacular, with an exciting array of world-renowned experts, fabulous new products, presentations by the industry's foremost leadership and first-class entertainment.

To learn more about Limitless Worldwide, LLC, visit www.LimitlessWorldwide.com or call 1-800-429-4290.

SOURCE Limitless Worldwide, LLC

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