About Forever Living
Revenue and achievements
Monthly letter of chairman Rex
Letter from country mannager
THE 2ND ANNIVERSARY OF FOREVER CLUB
On the afternoon of March 25th, 2010, at Hall A – Branch of Aloe Trading Company Limited (ATC) took place the program of “The 2nd Anniversary of Forever Club”.
FOREVER CLUB NIGHT FESTIVE 2009
In the evening of September 18th 2009, at Quoc Thanh Restaurant, Forever Club celebrated a Night Exchange Festive for the members with the theme “Night Festive of Solidarity”. There were the attendances of FLP President – Mr. Rex Maughan, ATC President – Ms. Truong Thi Nhi in conjunction with several hundreds of Distributors as guests and members of Forever Club in the event.
EXCHANGE BETWEEN THE TWO FOREVER CLUBS FROM THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH
On November 20th 2008, more than 60 members of Southern Forever Club boarded train to Hanoi to carry out the 4 days meeting and exchange with the Northern members. It became general rule, each 6 months, brothers from two parts North-South assemble in two regions in turn.
FOREVER CLUB NIGHT PARTY
On October 30th 2008, at White Palace Restaurant, Forever Club had celebrated Forever Night Party with almost 1000 Distributors’ presence. This is an activity program to greet the Annual Rally of FLP Vietnam, which took place on the following day.
BOD MEET DISTRIBUTORS WITH HIGHEST NON-MANAGER CC INDICATORS
On September 26th 2008, at Legend Saigon Hotel, BOD had a meeting with 25 Distributors with highest non-manager cc indicators in August 2008. On the side of BOD, there were the presence of Mrs. Truong Thi Nhi, President, Mr. Phan Tan Trung, Vice Director, advisor Nguyen Van Quy, managers of departments and lawyer Nguyen Van Hau.
FOREVER CLUB ADMIT NEW MEMBERS
As general rule, on July 21st 2008, Forever Club held the monthly meeting at Rex Hall of the company. Other than the summarization of various activities within the month of club, deployment of upcoming operational plan, contribution of practical opinions to the club as so for Lo Hoi, in this meeting the Club had officially admitted 31 new members, raising the total members in the South to 114 members.
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