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    • Business Presentation
    • Controls 95% of Wealth Self-Employed Business Investor Controls 5% of Wealth Employee 5% of Population You Have A Job Money Works For You From Which Quadrant Will You Earn Income From? 95% of Population You Own A Job You Own A System & People Work For You
    • Advertising Profit Dollars Corporate Distribution VS. Direct Sales Customers Buying Products Distribution Employees New Construction/ Overhead YOU!!
    • Founded in 1993 First 5 years $50 million in Sales Last 9 years Over $1 Billion in Sales 7 consecutive years as the top 100 fastest growing, privately held companies in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Founder was a finalist two years in a row- USA Today/Earnst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award A World Class Nutrition Company with a solid 14yr old track record Our History
    • “ We will walk the beaches of the world together.” ~ Charlie Ragus  Create the World’s finest nutritional products. Charlie Ragus 1942-2001  Use the direct selling model to distribute them.  Provide an opportunity for ordinary people, to do something extraordinary with their lives. The Founder’s Vision
    • Our Products Get Results Personal testimony reflect individual experiences of Advocare individual members and are not necessarily typical of the results you my obtain. Weight loss varies with individual effort, body composition, eating patterns, and exercise. If you have a medical condition or are pregnant or nursing, Advocare recommends that you consult your health care professional before starting an Advocare product regimen. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. In 3 months went from a size 16 to a 10 and lost 20 pounds. Christine Baker Heather Boyd Lost 70 pounds in 4 months and had more energy than ever before. Lincoln Steiner Gained 20 pounds of muscle on “Post Work-Out Recovery” and other Performance Elite products.
    • Stanley J. Dudrick, M.D., F.A.C.S . Chairman, Department of Surgery and Director, Training Program in Surgery, St. Mary's Hospital/Yale Affiliate, Waterbury, CT; Professor of Surgery, Yale University School of Medicine Sidney Stohs, Ph.D. Senior Vice President of Research and Development, AdvoCare; former Dean, School of Pharmacy, Creighton University; professor of pharmacology and toxicology. Robert Hackman, Ph.D. Research Professor, Department of Nutrition, University of California at Davis; fellow, American College of Nutrition; member, American Society for Nutritional Sciences and American Society for Clinical Nutrition; international lecturer and consultant in nutrition, phytochemicals and human performance; author, numerous research papers; doctorate in nutrition, University of California at Davis. The Science Behind Our Products Harry Preuss, M.D., M.A.C.N., C.N.S. Professor of Physiology, Medicine & Pathology, Georgetown University Medical Center; President, Certification Board for Nutrition Specialists (CNS); member, Board of Directors American Association for Health Freedom (AAHF); past president and ninth Master of the American College of Nutrition (ACN); former Established Investigator of the American Heart Association; past member three NIH councils; member, National Cholesterol Education Program; author of more than 600 medical publications, the nutrition section of the Encyclopedia Americana and eight books including "The Prostate Cure," "Maitake Magic" and the upcoming "Phytopharmaceuticals in Cancer Chemoprevention;" Degree in Medicine from Cornell Medical College with special research and clinical training at Vanderbilt University, Georgetown University, and the NIH. Recipient of the James Lind Award for excellence in research on dietary supplements and the William B. Peck Award for excellence in research.
    • Carl Keen, Ph.D. Professor and Chair, Department of Nutrition, University of California at Davis; former National Institute of Dental Research postdoctoral fellow, Proctor and Gamble postdoctoral fellow; member, California's Scientific Advisory Board for the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment; reviewer, USDA Human Nutrient Requirements Study Section; member, EPA Environmental Health Grant Review Panels; member, numerous NIH panels; past president, California Nutrition Council. Brian Keller, Pharm.D. First associate member of the Scientific & Medical Advisory Board; developer of the revolutionary QuSome™ technology for the AdvoCare Definite Difference® skincare line; doctorate in pharmacy from the University of California at San Francisco; former clinical professor at the University of California at San Francisco William J. Kraemer, Ph.D. Professor of Kinesiology, Physiology and Neurobiology, and Professor of Medicine, University of Connecticut School of Medicine; author or coauthor of more than 300 manuscripts in scientific literature related to sports medicine and sports science; fellow, American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM); member, American Physiological Society and the Endocrine Society; Editor-In-Chief, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research; Editor, International Olympic Committee Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine's Endocrinology of Exercise and Sport (published 2005); Associate Editor, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise; member, Journal of Applied Physiology editorial board; past president of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and honored by the NSCA with the Outstanding Sports Scientist Award, the Lifetime Achievement Award, and the first Educator of the Year Award; bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse; master’s degree in exercise physiology and doctorate in physiology and biochemistry from the University of Wyoming. Betty Wedman-St. Louis, Ph.D., R.D., L.D Clinical dietician in private practice; Registered Dietician and Licensed Nutritionist; Certified Nutrition Specialist; nutrition supplement consultant with expertise in nutritional bars and beverages; author of eight books related to diabetes, food allergies and cooking; author of numerous nutrition guides, teaching aids and other publications; degree in foods and nutrition from the University of Minnesota, a master's in food and nutrition from Northern Illinois University and a doctorate in nutrition and environmental health from the Union Institute The Science Behind Our Products Kenneth Goldberg, M.D. Kenneth Goldberg, M.D., is a board-certified urologist in private practice in Dallas, Texas. His background includes: founder, Male Health Center; director, Impotence Foundation; Advisory Board, National Men's Health Week; associate member, Society for the Study of Impotence; member, American Urological Association; member, American Medical Association; member, Texas Medical Association; adviser, "Men's Health Newsletter;" clinical investigator, male health; author, nationally syndicated "His Health" column.
    • Hundreds of Non-Paid Endorsers Hannah Teter Julius Jones Charles Howell III Jenny Adams Michael W Smith DREW BREES Amy Fessler Brad Lidge
    • Retail Customer Purchase products at full price Wholesale Customer ($50 membership fee) Purchase products at a 20% – 40% discount Business Builder Part-time effort leads to a full-time income Follow a systematic business model Hobbyist Build a part time income Make an extra $200 - $500 per month 4 1 2 3 How People Come Into Relationship With AdvoCare
    • 5 Income Streams ~ 1 Vehicle Retail Profit (20-40%) Wholesale Commissions (5-20%) Override (7% royalty) Leadership Bonus (3-19%royalty) Bonus, Trips, Incentives 1 2 3 4 5
    • Advisor (Profits 40%) Retail Customer (Pays Retail) Retail Profit $100.00 Product order $40.00 Profit 1
    • Wholesale Commission 2 Your friend is a Wholesale Member at 20% discount You are an Advisor 40% discount Your wholesale commission income is the difference between discount levels = 20% $100 product order costs $80 $20 profit
    • Who else earns royalties? Authors Musicians Actors Oil and Gas Owners Is what you’re doing creating an inheritance???? Leadership Bonus 3-19% 4 Overrides 5-7% 3 2 Types of Royalties
            • Override = up to 7% override (royalty) on the Personal/Group Business
            • Volume of those down-line Distributors through the third generation who have
            • themselves become Advisors. (“Business Volume” is that which is assigned to
            • each product by AdvoCare for the purpose of calculating Overrides.
            • MNS Max Energy = $39.95 suggested retail
            • MNS Max Energy = $20.00 business volume
            • x .07
            • $ 1.40
            • MNS
            • Energy
            • $39.95
            • Retail Volume
            • MNS
            • Energy
            • $20.00
            • Business Volume
      Override Royalty Calculation 3 Your override payment = $1.40 royalty
    • Leadership Bonuses SILVER 3% GOLD 2% 3-STAR GOLD 2% RUBY 2% 6-STAR RUBY 2% EMERALD 2% 9-STAR EMERALD 2% DIAMOND 4%
    • New Advisor $3000 RV@30% Advisor - 40% Paycheck - $300 YOU Tom 10% Commission $3000RV X 10% =$300 Wholesale Commission
    • Advisor - 40% Advisor - 40% $3000 RV @30% Commission - $300 Override - $150 YOU New Advisor Tom YOU earn: 7% Override $1500BV X 7% =$105 YOU earn: 3% Silver Bonus $1500BV X 3% =$45 Total=$150 Tom earns: 10% Commission $3000RV X 10% =$300 Overrides & Leadership Bonuses
    • $3000 RV @30% Advisor - 40% Commission = $300 Advisor - 40% Total OR + LSB =$150 Advisor - 40% Total Override =$ 105 YOU New Advisor Tom Betty Betty earns: 10% Commission $3000RV X 10% =$300 7% Override $1500BV X 7% =$105 3% Silver Bonus $1500BV X 3% =$45 Total=$150 Tom earns: YOU earn: 7% Override $1500BV X 7% =$105 Overrides & Leadership Bonuses
      • **This is just a model. This does
      • not guarantee any amount of
      • earnings of any kind. It is simply a
      • visual aid that gives you an example
      • of how you may achieve financial
      • goals in business.
      Override(OR) = $ 1,400 3% Silver $100+ OR = 600 2% Gold $500+ OR = 400 2% 3-star 3 Legs at $100+ OR = 400 2% Ruby $1000+ OR = 400 2 WEEK TOTAL $ 3,200 1 MONTH AVG. $ 6,400 YEARLY AVG. $76,800 *Absolutely no guarantee of earnings *Merely an example of how the marketing plan is structured Total retail volume is based on an average retail volume of $1,000 per advisor, which equals the sum above. Approximate Business Volume (BV) = $20,000 X .07 $ 1,400 The Marketing Plan YOU Total $39,000 RV * App. $40,000 RV Leadership Bonuses =$27,000 RV =$9,000 RV =$3,000 RV 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
    • Production Bonuses & Incentive Trips 5 Rookie Bonus 6 th $1000 7 th $1000 8 th $1000 9 th $1000 10 th $1000 11 th $500 12 th $500 13 t h $500 14 th $500 15 th $500 2 nd $1000 3 rd $1000 4 th $1000 5 th $1000 1st $3000
    • Past Incentive Trips Hawaii Alaskan Cruise Australia New Zealand Aspen Canada Little Palm Island Christmas in New York Lake Louise Caymans Carribean Jackson Hole Fishing in Alaska
    • PLAN ‘A’ OR PLAN ‘B’? Employee
      • 40 hours a week
      • X 50 weeks a year
      • X 40 years
      • 80,000 hours
      • Full time
      • No flexibility
      • Limited potential
      • Risk
      • Controlled by a Boss
      • Linear Income (trade time for $$)
      PLAN B = FORTUNE PLAN A = JOB Business
      • 20 hours a week
      • X 50 weeks a year
      • X 5 years
      • 5,000 hours
      • Part Time
      • Flexible
      • Unlimited Potential
      • No Risk
      • No BOSS
      • Residual Income
      Why Would Anyone Work An Extra 75,000 Hours When They Don’t Have To?
    • WELCOME TO THE TEAM