It takes 600 steps to reach the second level of the Eiffel Tower. With each one, more and more of Paris spreads out in front of you—buildings, monuments, parks, people, energy, and opportunity meeting in a breathtaking mosaic. This iconic thousand-foot monument was built in 1889, and since then, more than 200 million people have clung to its iron rails and gazed upon the most visited city in the world.
Most of those people descended the 600 steps and shuffled off to other places on their Parisian checklists—the Louvre, or the Cathedral of Notre Dame, or the Arc de Triomphe. A few spilled into the streets of Paris with an opportunity to build something impressive of their own.
Now you can be one of the lucky few.
USANA is opening France in the first quarter of 2012. USANA’s 17th international market gives you the chance to build a business by spreading the opportunity for true health and true wealth from the sidewalk cafés of Paris to the sun-drenched Mediterranean sands of the French Riviera, and from piercing green vineyards in Burgundy to towering granite cliffs in Normandy.
Postcard-ready places aren’t all that await you in France. The world’s most visited country is also the 10th-largest direct selling market in the world, with $2.41 billion in sales—based on 2009 estimates—and a sales force of over 265,000. The French Direct Selling Association estimates 8 of 10 people in the country already know about direct selling. This makes France as exciting for network marketers as it is for tourists and sight-seers.
Belgium, France’s neighbor to the north, will become USANA’s 18th international market when it also opens in the first quarter of 2012. Whether it’s in the streets of Brussels, Antwerp, or Bruges, or in the castle-dotted countryside, Belgium presents its own exciting opportunities for growth. Belgium is also the birthplace of WTA superstar and USANA brand ambassador, Kim Clijsters.
Each market opening brings an opportunity to create positive change. But France and Belgium are special. USANA Associates have had an interest in these countries for some time now. Many already have strong connections in the region, and this opening gives those Associates—and all of the USANA family—a chance to use those ties to build their business and spread the message of health.
There are 600 steps to the second level of the Eiffel Tower. The first step to building your business in France and Belgium is visiting the FAQs, and getting informed. After that, you will have the chance to build something impressive—a monument to positive change in the health and financial well-being of those in France and Belgium.