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Shaklee Supports Families

November 30, -0001

Shaklee Corp. has embarked on its Infinite Possibilities nationwide campaign to promote “an opportunity that offers economic support to families in 2009.” The campaign kicked off Feb. 9 in Greensboro, NC with planned stops in New York City, Chicago, Dallas, Denver and Los Angeles.

“Families are struggling to make ends meet in this difficult economy,” said chairman and chief executive officer Roger Barnett. “While so many others are cutting back, we’re a 50 year-old company with a revolutionary business model that’s seeking to create one million new entrepreneurial opportunities to give people the potential to thrive even during these difficult economic times. Shaklee has actually grown during the past seven economic downturns. Our economic growth, combined with products that make people and the planet healthier, make Shaklee a powerful force for good.”

Founded in 1956, Shaklee’s portfolio includes nutrition products as well as beauty and home care products.

More info: www.shaklee.com
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