Creating History in Southeast Asia
July 23, 2014
Nu Skin’s Southeast Asia (SEA) region held its largest convention yet last week, when 6,000+ enthusiastic sales leaders created history as they gathered to connect, network and share their successes with one another. The three-day SEA Regional Convention welcomed visitors from Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Brunei and Vietnam to the Singapore Expo Convention and Exhibition Centre from July 16 to 18.
One of the highlights of the Convention was the Force for Good session, where attendees learned about Tarisa Marito, a child from Medan, North Sumatera. Tarisa was diagnosed with congenital heart disease that forced her to use a pacemaker and prevented her from participating in sports or active events in school. In March 2013, the Nu Skin family helped her receive a heart transplant through the SEA Children’s Heart Fund. Now a junior in high school, Tarisa wowed the crowd by singing a heartfelt song about holding on to your dreams. Steve Lund congratulated the SEA region for the great accomplishment of saving nearly 6,000 lives and creating countless smiles for children and their families.
The convention conference sessions motivated and inspired the audience to continue to create history by being a force for good throughout the world. Melisa Quijano, president of Nu Skin Pacific and Southeast Asia regions, urged leaders to continue to raise the bar and delivered powerful messages about setting no limits for their dreams. She encouraged both Nu Skin employees and sales leaders to take Nu Skin SEA to the next level of success.
In an ageLOC TR90 product session, Dr. Joseph Chang, Nu Skin’s chief scientific officer, talked about the science behind our TR90 body transformation opportunity, and Nu Skin Co-founder Sandie Tillotson shared how ageLOC TR90 helped transform her body composition to a happier, healthier self.
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