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Meet the USANA Management Team: Rick Stambaugh

Baseball is a deliberate game. It’s measured. Each bit of action balanced with strategy and secret communication — an intricate, hidden-in-plain-view cat and mouse game. All of this is lost to the untrained eye. To casually observe a…

Meet the USANA Management Team: Doug Braun

Flip through the right pages of the right magazines or newspapers and you might come upon a print advertisement with a familiar face selling Honda motorcycles. If you happen to find this particular page, although it was a few years ago, you…

Meet the USANA Management Team: Jim Brown

Jim Brown wanted to be cop when he grew up. He wanted to follow in the footsteps of his father, who was a police officer in the Canal Zone in Central America, where Jim grew up. But his dad talked him out of it. And — we can’t lie —…

Meet the USANA Management Team: Jim Bramble

Jim Bramble was a little hesitant to say what his favorite TV show is. He shouldn’t have been. It’s Chopped, on the Food Network. And, as USANA’s chief legal officer says, it’s awesome. “I sometimes am embarrassed by how much I…

Meet the USANA Management Team: Dan Macuga

From all appearances, Dan Macuga, USANA’s chief communications officer, is a pretty normal guy. Comes to work early and enjoys his job — “Every day is a fun day. I’ve never had a bad day here.” Loves the calm of the outdoors. Is a…

Meet the USANA Management Team: Roy Truett

The practical joke is a high-wire act. If it’s not a little bit mean, then it’s probably not funny. On the other hand, if it’s too cruel, then it’s probably not funny either. Roy Truett, USANA’s chief operating officer, toes this…