Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Your Prospect Has Googled #USANA. Now what?


- by Pete Zdanis


The Situation:

You’re working with a prospect who is very motivated, enthusiastic and interested in USANA.

You’ve answered all of their questions, and they’ve indicated they may be ready to sign up.

You schedule a follow-up call to enroll them.

However, in the meantime, your prospect (or a well-meaning friend or spouse) has decided to do some “research” on USANA by doing a “Google search”.

If anyone digs deep enough and hard enough, they can discover negative opinions, articles or even “news items” about USANA (or anything else, for that matter.) Every company, person or cause has its detractors. Guaranteed! The internet has made it easier than ever for those detractors to make their voices heard.

Since your prospect doesn’t yet have all the pertinent facts relative to any given issue, and their belief level regarding USANA has not yet been established, their natural reaction is to dismiss USANA as a viable option for them.

Remember: A confused mind always says “No”.

When you call back, your prospect tells you they are no longer interested because of “something they read on the internet”.

Now what?

First of all, what you should NOT do is dismiss or minimize your prospect’s concerns ( i.e., “That’s not true.”; “Do you always believe everything you read on the internet?”; “I don’t deal with negative thoughts.”, etc.), but rather address them head-on.

Remember, our business is all about our prospects and what they need, want or don’t want in their lives. While you know that what the prospect has discovered is not true, their concern is very real to them and they will not move forward with you and USANA unless and until the concern is addressed to their satisfaction.

Tell the prospect that you appreciate their concern, and ask them what the specific issue is. Don’t accept generalities such as “I heard USANA is a scam” or “I read that USANA is a bad company.” Those are simply opinions with no factual grounds. Find out the specifics behind the concern, and keep the conversation focused on facts, and not emotion.

If you are familiar with the issue, address it immediately.

If you are not familiar with it, tell your prospect that you will investigate the matter and get back to them with your findings. Depending on the nature of the subject, you may want to start by contacting one of your upline leaders for guidance. Other options may include the USANA Legal/Compliance Departments.

Then be sure to get back to your prospect with your findings as soon as possible.

Be Prepared – Be Informed

The best way to be able to deal with these situations is to anticipate ahead of time that they will come up from time to time, and keep informed about your company and your business.

I am NOT suggesting that you waste your time scouring the internet for any possible negative items about USANA. (Remember that clicking on negative items only serves to help increase their visibility on the search engines.) But rather, keep informed – and stay informed - on issues as they arise.

You should also keep up to date with all of USANA’s news releases. You can find them at 
https://ir.usana.com/news-events/press-releases This link allows you to access all USANA news releases dating back to January, 2007.

I would also recommend that you share this link with your prospects, especially those with concerns. This will help insure that they have accurate, factual information about USANA to include in their decision making.

Some Final Thoughts

Understand that you may not be able to satisfy every prospect’s concerns. Some people just choose to focus on negatives, whether they are real or imaginary.

However, you owe it to your prospect, and yourself, to make sure that they have all the facts necessary to allow them to make an informed decision.



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Thursday, July 4, 2019

Dawn ‘til Dusk Skin Protection


Sunshine is a solid source of vitamin D, but too much sun exposure can be harmful to our skin.

Educating your customers about the sun and its effects on skin along with proper skincare habits is vital. Protecting your skin from sun damage and photoaging isn’t as intimidating as it may seem. No matter the season, break down these simple steps to keep your Celavive® customers’ skin happy and healthy-looking.

Protect: Help them choose a face moisturizer like Protective Day Cream or Lotion to hydrate and help protect their skin.

Lotion is best for oily/combination skin, and cream is better for dry/sensitive skin. Let your customers try both moisturizers to feel the difference. Remind them to regularly reapply sunscreen on any exposed parts of the skin at least every two hours or after swimming or sweating.

Shield: It’s important to carry sunglasses, a wide brimmed hat, or a sun umbrella while outdoors. Encourage your customers to search for shady spots for lunch or while exercising outside to stay protected from too much sunshine. Wearing lightweight, cotton long-sleeved shirts is a perfect example of protective sunshine wear to stay cool and shielded. Especially if they’re boating, swimming, or by other reflective surfaces, sun damage is highly likely.

Soothe: According to an article on the American Skin Association, sun rays affect the epidermis, the outermost layer of skin. When the sun’s rays penetrate the dermis layer of the skin after prolonged, unprotected exposure, skin reacts by producing chemicals that irritate tiny blood vessels. It’s this irritation and swelling that results in a red, uncomfortable sunburn. Soothe skin with aloe vera, cool baths, and plenty of rehydration from moisturizers and drinking extra water. Watch for any discoloured moles or bumps and visit a dermatologist yearly for regular skin checks.

Practice Sun Protection

The most effective way to introduce customers to healthy skincare habits and Celavive is by using the products yourself while you’re out and about. Pack your Celavive moisturizer in your beach bag and reapply often. Opportunities are everywhere. If you’re staying protected from the sun, rocking your shades, and looking fabulous in that wide brim hat, others will feed off your energy.

Check out the Share USANA Media Center for more shareables to educate and encourage others to keep their skin glowing and happy in the sun.

SOURCE: USANA Health Sciences






Friday, June 28, 2019

USANA Hub Evolution



The Hub is the information center for many successful USANA businesses. It’s the place for exciting announcements, inspiring stories, healthy tips, and the info you need to succeed. And now, it’s time for The Hub to change, innovate, and become better.
On July 29, a new and improved version of The Hub will launch for all Associates. You’ll see a new, sleek design for the home page, header, footer, and sidebar. This will make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for. And in the coming months the rest of The Hub’s pages will get a revamped layout as well.
As one of our leaders, we want you to be the first to know about these upcoming changes. We will be announcing this news to your team members in the coming days.

Here is a sneak peek at the new Hub’s exciting, and valuable, features:
 
·        New widgets, including a volume widget that gives you a snapshot of each Business Center (BC) for one commission period. And a four-week cycle widget that shows how your BC will perform over all four cycles. Both are designed to help you know where to focus your efforts to earn more commissions.
·        Notifications to inform you which customers and team members to work with and where to find opportunities to grow your business.
·        USANA news so you will be in-the-know when it comes to announcements, new products, and updates.
·        Improved mobile views provide a better, more responsive experience on all mobile devices. Now you can take your business tools with you wherever you go.

With all these improvements, The Hub will still have all the useful info and tools to help you pursue your business dreams. So stay tuned, share the news with your team, and make sure to log in to The Hub on July 29.

USANA

Monday, June 10, 2019

Celebrating Our #USANA - Spartan U.S. Partnership

USANA Partners with Spartan U.S.

#USANA is now the Official Nutritional Partner of Spartan U.S.—creator and leader of the world’s most exciting obstacle course races and fastest growing participant sport.

With this partnership, we want you to unleash your inner athlete while encouraging others to do the same. Whether you’re looking to start a new workout routine or are ready to sign up for a Spartan race, you need to train smart and fuel your body right. This partnership is where USANA’s science-based nutrition meets athleticism.

Take a look at these awesome benefits now available to you and your team:

A limited-edition Spartan HealthPak™ is now available for purchase. It’s the same HealthPak you know and love, with a striking Spartan style. Get your hands on one before they’re gone.


Spartan is also giving members of the USANA family race entry discounts for any of its U.S. events. Just use the code “USANAspartan” to receive 20 percent off at www.Spartan.com.

As you participate in your first or tenth Spartan event, share your experiences with us by using #USANAxSpartan on Instagram.

This new partnership presents exciting opportunities for everyone. 

Share the good news with your team and customers. 

It’s time to discover your inner warrior!

Learn how to purchase USANA Products at 10% to 20% below retail prices through an authorized USANA Associate.

Contact us at petezdanis@gmail.com for free details!

Or, call/text us at 610-316-8637


Source: USANA Health Sciences, 3838 West Parkway Boulevard, Salt Lake City, UT




Sunday, June 2, 2019

Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners for the Week Ending May 31st, 2019


Congratulations and Thank You!

   Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for the Week Ending
May 31st, 2019

1, Pete and Dora Zdanis, Philadelphia, PA, US
2, Bruce Pierce, Tempe, AZ, US
3, Richard Cameron, Winchester, ON, CA
4, Dr. Chuck Misja, Hudson, OH, US
5, Jim Rovegno, Chautauqua, NY, US
6, Bob Shehan, El Paso, TX, US
7, Carlos Landin Jr., El Paso, TX, US
8, Pauline Puzynska, Winchester, ON, CA
9, Fuller Flippers, LLC., Corpus Christi, TX, US
10, Dr. Gary Young, Hartsdale, NY, US
11, Michael Allgeier, Erie, PA, US
12, Wendy Murakami, Monson, MA, US
13, Norm Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
14, Sandy McDonald, Hamilton, ON, CA
15, Ruth Kohake, Cincinnati, OH, US
16, Robin Thomas, Chapel Hill, NC, US
17, Jeffrey Van Tassel, Dover Plains, NY, US
18, Shirlene Cecile, Mariposa, CA, US
19, Michael Misja, North Canton, OH, US
20, John Chan, Doylestown, PA, US
21, Cheryl Sandella, Fountain Hills, AZ, US
22, Cheryl Krantz, Great Falls, MT, US
23, Marci Smith, Springfield, PA, US
24, Bradley Guile, El Paso, TX, US
25, John Mansfield, Kirkland, WA, US
26, Linda Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
27, Cliff Norton, Brighton, CO, US
28, Yvonne Acosta, El Paso, TX, US
29, Susan Conover, Lubbock, TX, US
30, Jackie Horton, Las Cruces, NM, US
31, Andrew Kissinger, Schertz, TX, US
32, Kingsley Hallerdin, Sarasota, FL, US
33, Bettina Wittemeier, Carrying Place, ON, CA
34, Sandra Stott Benavides, Durham, NC, US
35, Margherita Scott, Clermont, FL, US
36, Mike Grice, Hamilton, ON, CA
37, Kristina Thorpe, Dunn Loring, VA, US
38, Carolyn Bush, Mountain View, CA, US
39, Todd Stoutenborough, Ashland, OR, US
40, Irma Aragon, Little Elm, TX, US
41, Janice Sperling, Hamilton, ON, CA
42, Chatral A'dze, Livingston Manor, NY, US
43, Tom Madison, Alexandria, VA, US
44, Monica Boes, Norton Shores, MI, US
45, Shay Stockdill, Anaheim, CA, US

Pete & Dora Zdanis

Philadelphia, PA, US
Voice/Text: 610-316-8637

*The earnings portrayed in this literature are not necessarily representative of the income, if any, that a USANA Associate can or will earn through his or her participation in the USANA compensation plan. These figures should not be considered as guarantees or projections of your actual earnings or profits. Any representation of guarantee of earnings would be misleading. Success with USANA results only from successful sales efforts, which require hard work, diligence, and leadership. Your success will depend on how effectively you exercise these qualities.


Tuesday, May 28, 2019

One Small Change Can Change Your Life...

The Butterfly Effect



By Ron White

It was 1960 and meteorologist Edward Lorenz was working in his lab. He was entering data into his computer in the hope of modeling weather patterns when he stumbled upon a theory that is known as “The Butterfly Effect.” He was entering wind speed, air pressure and temperature into three separate equations that were linked in a mathematical feedback loop. This equation allowed Lorenz to predict weather patterns.

One day Lorenz was in a bit of a hurry and opted to take a shortcut when entering the data. He rounded the numbers to the nearest one thousandth rather than to the nearest one millionth (for example, .407 instead of .407349). As a scientist, he knew this would change the result, but he expected only a minor change. Lorenz was astounded to discover that this tiny change made a profound impact on the final resulting weather pattern. This discovery led Lorenz to ponder: Does the flap of a butterfly's wing in Brazil cause a tornado in Texas? Thus, you have “The Butterfly Effect” theory.

This theory has been applied to all areas of science since Lorenz's 1960 experiment.

What does it mean for your life?

It means that every decision or action that you make, no matter how small, could potentially dramatically alter the course of your life. My life, as I am sure is the case with yours, is a testimony to “The Butterfly Effect.” When I was 12 years old, I met a friend named Brian in P.E. class. More than two decades later, Brian is still my best friend. At the age of 12, Brian had a thirst for learning and studying (the other 12-year-olds called him a nerd), and he was a fitness fanatic. He still has these qualities, and because of our friendship they rubbed off on me. At the age of 18, I needed a job and he secured me a job where he worked as a telemarketer. My third day on the job, I made a telemarketing call to someone in the seminar business. He thought I was a good telemarketer and offered me a job over the phone.

Did you follow that?

You are receiving this email from me, reading my books, or hearing me speak because I was offered a job at the age of 18 from a seminar company. I would have never been offered that job if Brian hadn't gotten me the telemarketing job, and Brian would never have known me if we hadn't met at the age of 12 in P.E! I have an insatiable desire for learning that began at age 12 and have developed into a fitness fanatic as well. Most of the major events in my life can be traced back to a conversation in a gym two decades ago; that is “The Butterfly Effect.”

ACTION POINTS

- Realize that “The Butterfly Effect” is very real and small decisions or actions can make a huge impact on your life.

- Take responsibility for your decisions, actions and friends—even the tiny decisions—realizing that they can dramatically alter the course of your life.

- Understand the importance of attention to detail. Years before 1986, the smallest flaw was overlooked in a Space Shuttle O-Ring. That flaw led to a horrific “Butterfly Effect” and the deaths of seven astronauts years later in January 1986.

- Do not allow “The Butterfly Effect” to paralyze you into inaction. Instead, use it as the spark of motivation to fan the fire of action, realizing that you control your destiny even in the tiniest of ways. 

USANA Partners with Spartan U.S.

USANA is now the Official Nutritional Partner of Spartan U.S.—creator and leader of the world’s most exciting obstacle course races and fastest growing participant sport.
Through this partnership, we encourage you to unleash your inner athlete while motivating others to do the same. Whether you’re looking to start a new workout routine or are ready to sign up for a Spartan race, you need to train smart and fuel your body right. This partnership is where USANA’s science-based nutrition meets athleticism.
A limited-edition Spartan HealthPak™ will be available for purchase on June 3. It’s the same HealthPak you know and love, with a striking Spartan style.
Spartan is also giving members of the USANA family race entry discounts for any of its U.S. events. Just use the code “USANAspartan” to receive 20 percent off at www.Spartan.com.
Tune in to The Dr. Oz Show on June 3 to see our official, on-air announcement of this exciting partnership.
As you participate in Spartan events, share your experience using #USANAxSpartan on Instagram.
This new partnership presents exciting opportunities for everyone. So share the good news with your team and most important customers. It’s time to discover your inner warrior!
USANA
#USANA #SpartanRace 

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Zdanis #USANA Team Top Income Earners for the Week Ending May 17th, 2019


Congratulations and Thank You!

   Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for the Week Ending
May 17th, 2019

1, Pete and Dora Zdanis, Philadelphia, PA, US
2, Osasumwen Oko-oboh, Ridleyton, SA, AU
3, Bruce Pierce, Tempe, AZ, US
4, Richard Cameron, Winchester, ON, CA
5, Bob Shehan, El Paso, TX, US
6, Shelia Staten, Butler, WA, AU
6, Barbara Fowler, Purnong, SA, AU
6, Robert Baker, Old Station, NSW, AU
6, Cecilia Cox, Arcadia South, VIC, AU
6, Bridget Dono, Hesse, VIC, AU
6, Robert Garner, Wellesley, WA, AU
6, Timothy Ryan, Monto, QLD, AU
7, Dr. Chuck Misja, Hudson, OH, US
8, Pauline Puzynska, Winchester, ON, CA
9, Bradley Guile, El Paso, TX, US
10, John Chan, Doylestown, PA, US
11, Norm Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
12, Ruth Kohake, Cincinnati, OH, US
13, Robin Thomas, Chapel Hill, NC, US
14, Carlos Landin Jr., El Paso, TX, US
15, Tom Madison, Alexandria, VA, US
16, Cliff Norton, Brighton, CO, US
17, John Mansfield, Kirkland, WA, US
18, Kristina Thorpe, Dunn Loring, VA, US
19, Desmond Mojid, Mullumbimby Creek, NSW, AU
19, Alicia Dunlappy, Pound Creek, VIC, AU
20, Cheryl Krantz, Great Falls, MT, US
21, Wendy Murakami, Monson, MA, US
22, Marci Smith, Springfield, PA, US
23, Susan Guile, El Paso, TX, US
24, Sandy Holcomb, Durham, NC, US
25, Linda Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
26, Katharine Palmerton, Ravenna, OH, US
27, Ken Wiesinger, Roanoke, TX, US
28, Judy Adams, Portland, TX, US
29, Velma Grose, Chapel Hill, NC, US
30, Sandy McDonald, Hamilton, ON, CA
31, Cheree Hanson, Barboursville, VA, US
32, Angela Middaugh, Sutton West, ON, CA
33, Christopher Welsh, Hamilton, ON, CA
34, Elizabeth Pasquale, Ossining, NY, US
35, Hannelore Allen-Savoie, Hampden, MA, US
36, Margo Scott, Clermont, FL, US
37, Shirlene Cecile, Mariposa, CA, US
38, Mary Kopac, Durham, NC, US
39, Brenda Sexton, Durham, NC, US
40, Randolph Aguado, Frederick, MD, US
41, Jim Rovegno, Chautauqua, NY, US
42, Bettina Wittemeier, Toronto, ON, CA

Pete & Dora Zdanis

Philadelphia, PA, US - Mobile: 1-610-316-8637

Our Web Site: www.petezdanis.com


*The earnings portrayed in this literature are not necessarily representative of the income, if any, that a USANA Associate can or will earn through his or her participation in the USANA compensation plan. These figures should not be considered as guarantees or projections of your actual earnings or profits. Any representation of guarantee of earnings would be misleading. Success with USANA results only from successful sales efforts, which require hard work, diligence, and leadership. Your success will depend on how effectively you exercise these qualities.

Monday, May 6, 2019

Enhancements to Your #USANA Business

Enhancements to Your USANA Business


Leading with positive experiences is key to getting others interested in starting a USANA business, and we’ve launched new enhancements to help. Beginning May 6, 2019—and running for a one-year trial period—U.S.-based Associates will enjoy a simplified activation process and a new PC Order Bonus.*
 
These initiatives deliver a rewarding experience for both new Associates and Associates dedicated to building a strong customer base. The takeaways are simple: we’ve lowered the amount of Sales Volume Points (SVP) required to activate 3 Business Centers from 400 to 200 points worth of product, and Associates will now receive a bonus every time a new, personally sponsored Preferred Customer places an order.
 
Understanding how these enhancements will benefit your business is the best way to incorporate them into your business-building strategies. Any update to your USANA business comes with a lot of questions, and we’re happy to answer. Visit the individual pages dedicated to each enhancement as well as the FAQs section to read up on the details.
 
*Depending on the success of these business enhancements, they may become permanent once the one-year trial period is complete

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for the Week Ending April 26th, 2019


Congratulations and Thank You!

    Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for the Week Ending April 26th, 2019

1, Pete and Dora Zdanis, Philadelphia, PA, US
2, Bruce Pierce, Tempe, AZ, US
3, Richard Cameron, Winchester, ON, CA
4, Bob Shehan, El Paso, TX, US
5, Robin Thomas, Chapel Hill, NC, US
6, Dr. Gary Young, Hartsdale, NY, US
7, Sandy McDonald, Hamilton, ON, CA
8, Ruth Kohake, Cincinnati, OH, US
9, Norm Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
10, Bradley Guile, El Paso, TX, US
11, Kristina Thorpe, Dunn Loring, VA, US
12, Ken Wiesinger, Roanoke, TX, US
13, Tom Madison, Alexandria, VA, US
14, Shay Stockdill, Anaheim, CA, US
15, Angela Middaugh, Sutton West, ON, CA
16, Kimberly Wilke, Tecumseh, MI, US
17, Carlos Landin Jr., El Paso, TX, US
18, Yvonne Acosta, El Paso, TX, US
19, Sandy Holcomb, Durham, NC, US
20, Andrew Kissinger, Schertz, TX, US
21, Jim Rovegno, Chautauqua, NY, US
22, Jeffrey Van Tassel, Dover Plains, NY, US
23, Todd Stoutenborough, Ashland, OR, US
24, Velma Grose, Chapel Hill, NC, US
25, Wendy Murakami, Monson, MA, US
26, Colin Mansfield, Kirkland, WA, US
27, Nathan Madrid, Fayetteville, AR, US
28, Elizabeth Pasquale, Ossining, NY, US
29, Carolyn Bush, Mountain View, CA, US
30, Evelyn DeKleine, Hamilton, ON, CA
31, Dr. Chuck Misja, Hudson, OH, US
32, John Mansfield, Kirkland, WA, US
33, Shirlene Cecile, Mariposa, CA, US
34, Cynthia Inman, Chesterbrook, PA, US
35, Sherrie Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
36, Linda Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
37, Rmit Wadhera, Pittsburgh, PA, US
38, Cheree Hanson, Barboursville, VA, US
39, Irma Aragon, Little Elm, TX, US
40, Cody Blair, Las Cruces, NM, US
41, Heidemarie Marthol, Hamilton, ON, CA
42, Tiffany Lewis, Stow, OH, US
43, Hannelore Allen-Savoie, Hampden, MA, US
44, Robert Nanney, Olympia, WA, US
44, Lynn Kimbrough, Arvada, CO, US
45, John Chan, Doylestown, PA, US
45, David Young, New Westminster, BC, CA
46, Fuller Flippers, Corpus Christi, TX, US
47, Gail Garvin, Cincinnati, OH, US
48, Jennafer Lairmore, Haymarket, VA, US
49, Kingsley Hallerdin, Sarasota, FL, US
50, Health Synergy International, Chapel Hill, NC, US

Pete & Dora Zdanis

Philadelphia, PA, US
Voice/Text: 610-316-8637

*The earnings portrayed in this literature are not necessarily representative of the income, if any, that a USANA Associate can or will earn through his or her participation in the USANA compensation plan. These figures should not be considered as guarantees or projections of your actual earnings or profits. Any representation of guarantee of earnings would be misleading. Success with USANA results only from successful sales efforts, which require hard work, diligence, and leadership. Your success will depend on how effectively you exercise these qualities.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

High glycemic index and glycemic load diets increase the risk of Type 2 Diabetes


Results from 3 large cohort studies and a recently updated meta-analysis provide additional evidence that higher dietary glycemic index and glycemic load diets are associated with an elevated risk of Type 2 Diabetes.

Type 2 diabetes (T2D) has been a worldwide public health concern for several decades. It is projected to be the seventh leading cause of death by 2030. Many good studies have shown that a healthy diet and lifestyle can be even more effective at preventing T2D than medical or pharmaceutical interventions.

In a recent study published online in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers examined the association of dietary carbohydrate quality, using glycemic index (GI) and glycemic load (GL), and the risk of Type 2 Diabetes.

Researchers followed 164,659 women from 1991-2008 that took part in the Nurses Health Studies I and II, and 40, 498 men from the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study. All were free of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer at the beginning of the study periods. Periodic questionnaires were used to analyze diet and lifestyle.  The researchers updated a meta-analysis which also included the results from the 3 cohort studies.

After compiling the results of the 3 population studies, it was found that the adults with diets in the highest quintile (20%) of energy-adjusted GI had a 33% higher risk of T2D than those with diets in the lowest 20% of GI. Subjects in the highest GL group had a 10% higher risk of T2D than those in the lowest group. Consumption of a combination diet that was high in GI or GL but low in cereal fiber had a 50% greater risk of T2D. When comparing the highest with lowest categories of GI and GL in the updated meta-analysis researcher found an increased risk of T2D of 19% and 13% respectively.   

The results from these studies confirm that consuming a high-GI/GL diet is associated with a higher risk of Type 2 Diabetes, especially when cereal fiber intake is also low.

Shilpa N Bhupathiraju et al.  Glycemic index, glycemic load, and risk of type 2 diabetes: results from 3 large US cohorts and an updated meta-analysis.  Am J Clin Nutr.  First published April 30, 2014, doi: 10.3945/ajcn.113.079533 [Epub ahead of print].

Saturday, March 30, 2019

A Free Gift from #USANA!


A Free Gift from USANA!



This April, USANA is offering a free Celavive® gift for new U.S. Associates who activate 1 or 3 Business Centers at enrollment. Get a glowing start—energize your team with this limited promotion.

Any new U.S. team member who generates 200 or 400 Sales Volume Points (SVP) to activate 1 or 3 Business Centers will receive a free Celavive gift at the time of new enrollment.

Starting April 1 through April 26, new U.S. Associates who activate 1 Business Center with a minimum of 200 SVP will receive a free Celavive Gentle Milk Cleanser. 

And we’ll sweeten the deal. 

New U. S. Associates who activate 3 Business Centers with a minimum of 400 SVP will receive: Gentle Milk Cleanser, Perfecting Toner, Replenishing Night Gel, and Hydrating Eye Essence.

Recognize the glowing potential of you and those around you as you share all life can be with USANA.

Pete and Dora Zdanis



Please contact us at petezdanis@gmail.com
or 610-316-8637 with any questions you may have. 

If you are already working with a USANA Associate, please contact them for enrollment instructions. 

Otherwise, please Click Here to get started with USANA and receive your free gift.