Geneva woman named Top Sales Consultant
Albert Lea-based direct-sales company Daisy Blue Naturals recently hosted an event in St. Paul bringing in members of their independent sales force, who represented over 10 different states, according to a press release.
The event served as an opportunity to celebrate the past years growth and to introduce new products. The company also highlighted the recently released men’s line to leverage the trend for an increased demand for men’s personal care products.
Opening session kicked off with rock music, unicorns and rainbows. Guest speaker, Sarah Moran, shared her knowledge as the author of the “Take Care” series of books.
Jena Thompson, the company’s chemist, founder and CEO, kept the crowd’s excitement elevated by introducing the new products and donning her Dr. Daisy attire to train on the therapeutic natural products.
The sales force kept the energy flowing into the evening awards celebration. Top sales and team building consultants, as well as other top achievers, were recognized during the awards presentations. The evening concluded with the 2016 trip incentive to Cabo San Lucas announcement.
“It is Daisy Blue’s purpose and mission to make a difference in every life we touch by helping others be more natural in their personal care and wellness,” Thompson said. “When your passion aligns with your purpose, you create an unstoppable force.”
Top sales consultant Tammy Busho of Geneva shared, “I’m a caregiver by nature, so I like to help people. My mission was to try and tell as many people that I could why we should be using natural products. I am now a director with Daisy Blue Naturals and have an amazing extended family as my team.”
Daisy Blue sold over $1 million in skin care alone this past year with an average item selling for $20. Daisy Blue, a self-funded, virtually debt-free and women-owned company, has primarily operated in the upper Midwest since 2002 and is making a focused initiative to expand nationally.
To learn more about Daisy Blue, visit www.daisybluenaturals.com or call 507-373-0229.
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