Right after we uploaded all the photos of the Health & Freedom Auckland events to our USANA Facebook page, comments from the participants started to flow in. Let’s listen to their voices:
Beck Metcalfe: “Fantastic event - learnt a lot and Eric Rush was amazing to listen to.”
Romela Quinn: “Thank you all very much for a great weekend! It was amazing and we appreciate all the hard work that was put into making these two events so successful. So excited about the future! “
Georgina Moke: “Thank you USANA it was an awesome weekend.....”
Allan-Raewyn Mitchell: “It was indeed a wonderful session. Thanks to all the great speakers (and those Associates who shared bravely)!”
And these comments are just a few out of 500 attendees at the USANA events in Auckland!
The Health Event was a superb Health educational evening with Drs. Monica Lewis & Gerald Lewis inspiring everyone to take charge of their lives. Dr. Libby Weaver shared insights with everyone from her new book Accidently Overweight. The Health Panel including Tracey Clissold, a USANA Sports Ambassador, gave some great advice on health and nutrition. Dr. Tim Wood’s presentation was inspirational and he shared why USANA is the best. The evening was interspersed with some very powerful testimonials.
The Business Event was split into two, with Associates holding their own training event in the morning. This session was just sensational with Associates sharing their stories – sometimes very emotional - of how they have come to be where they are and how they did it.
The afternoon Business Event was a great hit with Dr. Tim Wood sharing the potential of the wellness industry and how USANA fits into this. Guest speaker Eric Rush had the audience in fits of laughter as he shared his life story in his own unique way - from humble beginnings he eventually became a member of the prestigious All Blacks and challenged the audience to take action and keep on trying no matter what.
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