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Amway is a direct selling company and manufacturer that uses network marketing to sell a variety of products, primarily in the health, beauty, and home care markets.[3][4][5] Amway was founded in 1959 by Jay Van Andel and Richard DeVos. Based in Ada, Michigan, the company and family of companies under Alticor reported sales growth of 9.5%, reaching US$9.2 billion for the year ending December 31, 2010.[1] Its product lines include home care products, personal care products, jewelry, electronics, Nutrilite dietary supplements, water purifiers, air purifiers, insurance and cosmetics. In 2004, Health & Beauty products accounted for nearly 60% of worldwide sales.[6][dead link] Amway conducts business through a number of affiliated companies in more than a hundred countries and territories around the world.[7][dead link] Amway was ranked No.114 among the largest global retailers by Deloitte in 2006, and No.32 among the largest private companies in the U.S. by Forbes in 2010.[8] Amway's business practices have been the subject of controversy and the company has been involved in several court cases in the United States,[9][10][11] Canada,[12] and elsewhere.[13] read more
Amway is a direct selling company and manufacturer that uses network marketing to sell a variety of products, primarily in the health, beauty, and home care markets.[3][4][5] Amway was founded in 1959 by Jay Van Andel and Richard DeVos. Based in Ada, Michigan, the company and family of companies under Alticor reported sales growth of 9.5%, reaching US$9.2 billion for the year ending December 31, 2010.[1] Its product lines include home care products, personal care products, jewelry, electronics, Nutrilite dietary supplements, water purifiers, air purifiers, insurance and cosmetics. In 2004, Health & Beauty products accounted for nearly 60% of worldwide sales.[6][dead link] Amway conducts business through a number of affiliated companies in more than a hundred countries and territories around the world.[7][dead link] Amway was ranked No.114 among the largest global retailers by Deloitte in 2006, and No.32 among the largest private companies in the U.S. by Forbes in 2010.[8] Amway's business practices have been the subject of controversy and the company has been involved in several court cases in the United States,[9][10][11] Canada,[12] and elsewhere.[13] read more
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Patty Narozny is now following Amway

09/08/2021
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Amway signs deal with Amway River Bank Run 10/2018 Grand Rapids, Mich.– River Bank Events and Media LLC announced today that Amway will take over as the title sponsor of the River Bank Run in 2019.  The announcement was made during a news conference inside the Imperial Ballroom at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel in downtown Grand Rapids, not far from the race’s start and finish lines. Fifth Third Bank, the previous title sponsor, will continue to support the event as a corporate sponsor. Spectrum Health will continue as the official health care partner.

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Amway signs deal with Amway River Bank Run 02/2018 "The main decision (of changing ownership) is that we almost felt like we had to let it go to let it grow," Scott Stenstrom, the regional marketing director for Fifth Third Bank and the first-year race director for the River Bank Run, said after the announcement.

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