Ringing in Chinese New Year — USANA Style

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Belynda Lee Chinese New YearUSANA Associates and members of the management team celebrated in style last weekend, ringing in the Year of the Snake as part of a unique Chinese New Year celebration in Vancouver.

What the 300-plus Associates in attendance didn’t realize was that they were in store for an evening full of surprises.

The event kicked off with a traditional lion dance led by a very special Buddha of Happiness. The purpose of the lion dance is to send off the bad and welcome the new year with a BANG — and that we did!

A roar of applause rang out when the Buddha of Happiness took off his mask revealing our special guest for the evening — USANA Chief Communications Officer Dan Macuga!

Lion Dancers

As Dan and Belynda Lee, USANA’s vice president of Canada and the North American Asian market, handed out lucky red envelopes and wished each and every guest Gung Hei Fat Choy, which means “wishing you happiness and prosperity,” the Associates couldn’t contain their excitement.

USANA Chinese New Year Featured

The surprises didn’t end there — games, drawings and performances filled the celebratory evening. And just like how we started the dinner with a BANG, we ended with another — Dan and Belynda joined 6-Star Diamond Directors, Vincent and Mable Chan in singing a Chinese New Year song to mark the end of a great evening and the beginning of another great year with USANA.

For more photos from the event, be sure to “like” USANA Canada on Facebook!

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