USANA Accolades: Sports Edition, Part 2

Written by on April 4, 2012 in Accolades, USANA with 3 Comments

April showers bring May flowers … and the NCAA National Championship, MLB season, NBA Playoffs, NFL draft, and The Masters.

But before all of our sports fans get caught up in the plethora of professional athletic splendor, it’s important that we first acknowledge and thank all of USANA’s Corporate Game participants for their continued display of teamwork, sportsmanship, and integrity outside of company walls.

As proof, we even had an opposing team’s fan comment on how impressed they were with the way our employees carried themselves! Considering the level of competitiveness that took place, this says a lot about USANA and its culture.

So, to the 40+ employees who represented USANA and their departments on the courts, fields and/or lanes, congratulations on all that you accomplished and for proving to the competition that we take pride in everything we do.

The Teams

Men’s Basketball – Gold Medalists

Nathan Schooley, Dan Whitney, Donald Cherry, Howard Gurney, Dan Bennett, Derikk Henderson

Volleyball

Back Row: Dave Park, Joseph Fenochietti, Andrea Chen, Kalvin Hendricks. Front Row: Dave Wentz, Sheena Ekker, Shae Wright, Aaron Murray, Kellie Thompson, Marie Mullen

Scrabble

Cameron Smith, Patrick Kibbie, Kelly Branan, Teresa Elias

Triathlon 

David Martinez (Cyclist), Gary Wells (Runner), Peter Iccabazzi (Swimmer)

Coed Basketball – Gold Medalists

Derikk Henderson, Donald Cherry, Allie Henderson, Kalvin Hendricks

Coed Bowling 

Paula Nielsen, Matt Campbell, Travis Green, Andrea Chen

Coed Soccer – Silver Medalists

Alen Huremovic, Hector Laos, Dave Smith, Kellie Thompson, Carlos Sosa, Carlos Pelaez, Jeff Benedict, Almir Milicevic, Elyse Tate, Emily Allen, Adrianne Jackson, Trevor Gettelman, Ginnie Van Leeuwen, Amanda Ogaard (Not pictured: Javier Franco and Amir Ganic)

Table Tennis (Not Pictured): Julie Zhu, Belinda Fang, Travis Nordgren, Trevor Gettelman, Tim Clark

Darts (Not Pictured): Jim Brown, Benje Mora, Alan Bergstrom

Executive Challenge

In addition to all of our group activities, USANA also participated in the Executive Challenge event, which required a member from upper management to track the number of steps they took each day with the aid of a pedometer.

Now some of you might be wondering how this was considered a challenge. Well, for every 10,000 steps taken, a single point was awarded to the company. The goal was to earn a point a day, in 10 days.

Thanks to Jim Bramble, USANA’S chief legal officer, USANA received all 10 possible points and recorded over 100,000 steps!

Closing Ceremonies

So with all of that said, thank you to everyone who participated or supported our teams this past month, and to Shae Wright, USANA’s wellness coordinator, for overseeing USANA’s overall participation in the event.

This is the second post in a two-part series on how USANA fared during the 2012 Winter Corporate Games. Read the first installment here!

Be in the know! Follow USANA on Twitter and like our USANA Facebook page for the latest news and notes.

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Allie Henderson

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About the Author: As a public relations specialist, Allie submits awards and works closely with USANA's 600+ elite and Olympic athletes, developing content for Team USANA's social media channels (@TeamUSANA) and marketing tools, to promote and utilize them in the field. She's also a devoted Portland Trail Blazer fan and gym addict (who eats too many cookies) who will, without a doubt, survive the zombie apocalypse. .

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  1. Congrats to all. Good looking teams out there

  2. Tim Haran Tim Haran says:

    Way to go! Nice work, everyone.

  3. Diana Yin Diana Yin says:

    Very cool!

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