Nu Skin's Weekly Recap - March 12-16

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Nu Skin's Weekly Recap - March 12-16

Miss an article that we posted earlier in the week?  Don't worry, we want to get you caught up on all the latest Nu Skin news.  Below you will see the complete list of everything we posted throughout the current week. Enjoy!



Monday, March 12, 2012


Truman Hunt Recognized as CEO of the Year


Nu Skin President and CEO Truman Hunt was honored as a CEO of the Year by Utah Business magazine. The Utah Business award recognizes leadership, as well as measurable indicators of company growth and how CEOs overcome adversity or unique situations.  The magazine features Hunt in its March 2012 issue.

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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

"There is immeasurable benefit that comes when upline leaders support downline efforts to the fullest extent. Even in corporations, when a manager truly cares about his or her people, those people are going to do things that they wouldn’t ordinarily do, because they know that their manager cares about them personally and is interested in their success."


Truman Hunt, President and CEO



Wednesday, March 14, 2012

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Need Help Setting Up Your ADR


Do you have questions about creating or managing your Automatic Delivery Rewards (ADR) account online? If so, then check out this tutorial video that walks you through every step of the process.


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Thursday, March 15, 2012

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Friday, March 16, 2012


Did you know? - Nu Skin’s Nourish The Children initiative combines the skills and resources of a for-profit company with the reach and heart of non-profit charities to nourish hundreds of thousands of malnourished children every month.


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Scientists in Canada and the U.S. Look at Genetic Links to a Long Life.


At Nu Skin, our world-class scientific team is working to understand the genetic mechanisms of aging and to translate that knowledge into innovative anti-aging products.


It’s an approach that continues to be validated by the scientific community as it continues to learn how our genes affect the way we age. In a recent article published by Canada’s National Post, author Tom Blackwell takes a look at the movement in Canada toward “positive biology,” a more holistic approach to addressing the health concerns of people as they age in an article titled, “The mystery of longevity.” 

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