USANA Accolades: Awards Season Year-Round for USANA

‘Tis the season for all of Hollywood to gather together, what seems like every other weekend for two months, and pat the backs of those who were apparently extraordinarily amazing at their jobs over the past year.

And although some of these people often win multiple categories for a single piece of work, they usually only get the opportunity to be truly noticed for their efforts and talents for a couple weeks, before having to wait another year.

Well, unlike Clooney, Pitt and the oh-so-lovely Streep, USANA doesn’t have to wait 10 months for someone to acknowledge all of its hard work. It receives compliments year round!

As you may recall, last year we snagged 45 awards and ended the year with our heads held high. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that two weeks into the New Year, we received a package informing us we had won ten more.

The AVA Awards is an international competition that recognizes outstanding work by creative professionals involved in the concept, direction, design and production of media. USANA submitted 10 entries and were recognized for all of them with the highest honors.

Platinum Award winners are recognized for their excellence in terms of quality, creativity and resourcefulness. Half of USANA’s entries went platinum.

The other half of our submissions received Gold Awards, which are presented to entries that exceed the high standards of the industry norm.

Also, as Tim mentioned before, USANA received top honors from the 2011 MLM Insider awards, bringing our current 2012 award total to a sweet 16.

With that said, if the world doesn’t come to an end December 21st, and we take into account that it’s a Leap Year, we have approximately 335 days to dominate last years record. Needless to say, we are off to an excellent start.

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