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  2. Sunrider - Wikipedia

    Sunrider International, or Sunrider Corporation, is a privately owned multi-level marketing company headquartered in Torrance, California.Sunrider lists thousands of franchise stores and tens of thousands of distributors internationally.

  3. List of multi-level marketing companies - Wikipedia

    This is a list of companies which use multi-level marketing (also known as network marketing, direct selling, referral marketing, and pyramid selling) for most of their sales. ...

  4. Pampered Chef - Wikipedia

    Pampered Chef is a multinational multi-level marketing company that offers a line of kitchen tools, food products, and cookbooks for preparing food in the home. They also offer some products to help transport some of their products and gardening tools.

  5. Usborne Publishing - Wikipedia

    Usborne Publishing, often called Usborne Books, is a British publisher of children's books.Founded by Peter Usborne in 1973, Usborne Publishing uses an in-house team of writers, editors and designers.

  6. Alticor - Wikipedia

    Alticor is a privately owned American corporation which is run by the DeVos family and the Van Andel family. It was established in 1999 to serve as the parent company for a handful of business ventures, most notably the multi-level marketing company Amway and Amway Global, and a manufacturing and distribution company, Access Business Group.

  7. Forever Living Products - Wikipedia

    History. Forever Living was founded in 1978 in Tempe, Arizona by Rex Maughan. By the 1990s, Rex Maughan had purchased the Texas company Aloe Vera of America, with Aloe Vera of America selling its products to Forever Living for distribution.

  8. Amsoil - Wikipedia

    AMSOIL Inc. is an American corporation based in Superior, Wisconsin that primarily formulates and packages synthetic lubricants, fuel additives, and filters.Company founder Albert J. Amatuzio developed several synthetic motor oil formulations throughout the mid-to-late 1960s.

  9. ASEA (American company) - Wikipedia

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