|By PR Newswire||
|January 30, 2014 03:17 AM EST||
SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Limitless Worldwide™ is celebrating its birthday! This up-and-coming network marketing company will hit its one year anniversary in February. Throughout the past year, Limitless has experienced amazing success. Thousands of distributors and customers have recognized everything Limitless has to offer and have joined its ranks. The company has introduced a number of exciting, highly researched products. And Limitless even had the opportunity to partner with celebrities and athletes to help spread the message about its breakthrough, science-based product line and business opportunity! The company wants to celebrate its first year of success with a 1st Anniversary Celebration at the company's headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah on February 7th and 8th.
Limitless Worldwide has been called "the startup that's not a startup." Why? Because while it's relatively new to the network marketing scene, it was cofounded by Steve and Melyn Campbell, top-ranked industry veterans with years of success, and it's powered by retail giant Basic Research®, a 20-year-old, debt-free company. Plus, Limitless has worked hard to establish a close relationship with its distributors. The Limitless team makes this happen through weekly live worldwide broadcasts from the Limitless Theater.
Limitless Worldwide's products have gained inertia quickly thanks to the co-branding the company enjoys alongside Basic Research. Through this co-branding, the Limitless line of products has garnered millions of advertising impressions. For example, sales for Thrive™-hgh, Limitless Worldwide's 100% SeroVital growth hormone boosting formula, have been significantly boosted by the millions of dollars Basic Research has spent to advertise the SeroVital formula in magazines like Allure, New York Times, Harper's Bazaar, InStyle and more. This opportunity for co-branding provides a unique advantage for Limitless distributors, who have been thrilled by the increased visibility it gives the company's products.
Also unique to the network marketing industry is the mainstream media attention Limitless Worldwide has enjoyed. Its products have been featured in some of the most popular, well-distributed magazines in the U.S. The company itself was highlighted in Shape magazine's "Women in Action" section with a feature on distributor Lizz Perkins, who told Shape, "To have such flexibility while making money for myself and helping the hundreds of people I lead reap the financial rewards has been life-changing." And the SeroVital formula in particular has received a huge amount of press, with editorial features in magazines like Marie Claire, Shape, OK!, Star, and on Examiner.com, Radar Online, New York Live, and more.
Limitless has also earned the distinction of having not one but FOUR products gain the coveted NSF Certified for Sport® Mark. These products were designed with athletes in mind and include SeroDyne™, an orally administered, clinically tested, 100% SeroVital® secretagogue maximum strength formula that supports pituitary health; Endurance-RCC™, a stimulant-free, jitter-free, total body oxygenator that helps consumers push themselves to the next level and achieve a competitive advantage unlike anything they've ever experienced; ResiFlex-CFM™, Limitless Worldwide's brand new joint formula that contains a unique, proprietary, ultimate joint-support complex shown in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study to significantly improve standardized measurements of joint function, stiffness, and comfort across the board after only 30 days; and Boss-24/7™, a potent product that was formulated to maximize men's performance by supporting strength and intensity, vitality and vigor, and muscle mass.
The Limitless Worldwide team is absolutely thrilled with the success the company has experienced throughout its first year in business, and wants to thank its distributors by throwing a celebration in their honor. It will feature speakers from the Limitless executive team, including co-founders Steve and Melyn Campbell, Marketing Executive Gina Daines and Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Amy Heaton, PhD, who will be presenting information detailing the science behind the company's products. And because it wouldn't be a celebration without gifts, the Limitless team will also be celebrating with product giveaways!
The celebration will take place at the Limitless Worldwide headquarters and will run from 1:00-5:00 pm on Friday, February 7th, and from 10:00 am-3:30 pm on Saturday, February 8. To reserve a spot at the celebration for you and your guests, please contact Distributor Services at [email protected] or call 1-800-429-4290. For more information about Limitless Worldwide, visit www.LimitlessWorldwide.com or call 1-800-429-4290.
SOURCE Limitless Worldwide
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