Posts Tagged ‘Prime Challenge’

Prime Challenge GRAND PRIZE Winner: Dave Stearns

Dave Stearns didn’t know that his life would be changed by a “tall guy drinking this funny green stuff.” As the president of Dale Carnegie Maine, Dave was attending a Dale Carnegie certification when he met Clive Winn, Sr. Vice President of Unicity (who is, admittedly, tall and can often be found drinking Matcha). The […]

Prime Challenge RUNNER-UP: Ferdinand Rodriguez

How did you hear about Transformation? Why did you decide to do it? When I started in Unicity Latino in March of this year as a distributor, I noticed the interesting Transformation product. I waited several months before deciding to do it, but I kept thinking a lot about it. I saw people seeing great […]

Prime Challenge RUNNER-UP: Jennifer Rollins

How did you hear about Transformation? Why did you decide to do it? From my Dad. He’s been using the products for a few years. He sent me a box of Balance in 2014, but I never used it. This past May I was out in California visiting my parents and my Dad challenged me […]

Prime Challenge GRAND PRIZE Winner Spotlight: Ralph Ford

When Ralph Ford was first introduced to Transformation, he was a little skeptical. He’d seen other diets and fitness programs, and they’d never been convincing. Still, he tried to keep an open mind. “I spent days mulling over all the information,” he says. Ralph had good reason to be cautious. His health was, in his […]

Prime Challenge Winner Spotlight: Mark Evertsen

Mark Evertsen didn’t always have a weight problem. He was a slight 5’10” and 125 pounds when he graduated high school, and just a touch heavier when he got married several years later. It wasn’t until age and years behind a desk began to catch up with him that he began to realize he didn’t […]

Prime Challenge Winner Spotlight: Dr. Dara Archie

Dara Archie is no stranger to hard work. Her hard work, for example, got her through medical school and into a successful career as a doctor. So when she knew she needed lose weight, she was ready. Dara was more than willing to put in the work; she just needed some help in meeting her […]