Arbonne International

Posted - Sep. 6, 2004 at 4:29 p.m.



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This is Fred Ball for Zions Bank, speaking on business.

Who doesn't want to look better? Who doesn't want to look younger? Who doesn't want to feel better? Well, I'm sure there are a few who really don't care, but I'm willing to bet that the vast majority of us want to look good and feel good.

Nicholle Roberson in Layton knows that when you look good, you feel good. You work and act a great deal better. Nicholle is delighted she is in the business of doing just that.

Nicholle was following a fast-track career as a successful auditor with large international accounting firms. When it came time for her to start her family, she decided to be a stay-at-home mom. After several years, she wanted to get back into the business world, but she didn't want to travel a great deal, so she could still spend time with her family.

Nicholle's sister-in-law introduced her to Arbonne International, a skin care, cosmetics and nutrition company, developed more than 22 years ago to provide unparalleled effective and quality products. Though the company was started by Petter Merck in Arbon, Switzerland, the supplies are manufactured in the United States using proprietary herbal blends that work synergistically with active components for optimal results.

Nicholle loved the products and soon decided to become an independent consultant. She developed a missionary zeal for the products and soon was selling a great deal, as well as showing others how they could become their own bosses and represent the fine company.

Initially, Nicholle was producing about $2,000 each month in sales. Now, she does more than $32,000 in business each month. The increase is due to her great belief in the Arbonne products. She introduces the products to clients and then teaches them the proper usage. She educates people about skin care, health and nutrition.

As we sat over lunch, Nicholle was kind enough to give me some sample products. I used them, and though it is very difficult to do anything to this old, tired face, I sure do feel better and Joyce tells me I look better. Thanks Nicholle!

For Zions Bank, this is Fred Ball. I'm speaking on business.

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