RLEI Organization Recap for January 2019!

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Lloyd and Kathy Moritz have fully taken advantage of the Shaklee cross-border business opportunity. They originally became Business Leaders in Canada, and were easily able to transfer their business to the United States, when they immigrated here in 2002. Today, they work with their organization spread across both countries, leveraging technology to overcome the barriers of geography.

Lloyd was introduced to Shaklee as a teenager by family members. Although skeptical at first, he experienced first-hand results of taking the supplements, and was impressed with the science. He began to sell the products while in college in 1978, where he met Kathy. Together they are deeply passionate about the full-range of products, and enjoy sharing the whole Shaklee story. Shaklee has not only provided them good health, but the philosophy of the company makes it a joy to share the Shaklee Difference with others.

Over the last 40 years they have enjoyed many benefits of their Shaklee business, including several incentive trips. The Moritzs base their business in south-central Washington state, where they are also involved in church ministry. The integrity and focus of Shaklee fits well into their lifestyle and values, and is an important vehicle to fulfill their desire to retire in California, close to their children and grandchildren.

You may have noticed Lloyd being very helpful on Shaklee’s “100 Days to Amazing” Corporate Facebook group page this past month since the launch of the new Shaklee.com, commenting and sharing his insights on adapting to the newest technologies. Thanks Lloyd!

Consider the long history of their Shaklee lineage…

Bob & Pat Ewing Family, PMCRD (joined in the 1960s)

Roger, Mary Jo, Rory & Tia Ewing Family, PMCRD (joined in the 1960s)

Betty & David Farner Family, MCRD (joined in the 1960s)

Janet & Steve Mooshagian Family, MCRD (joined in the 1960s)

Yolande Cadieux Family, MCRD (joined in the 1960s)





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