Thanks to our easy-to-fix and healthy meals like, GOFoods Creamy Tuscan Pasta and Beefy Stroganoff and Mushrooms, families have more quality time to spend together at the dinner table, said Barbara Rossberg.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
Barbara Rossberg, Steve Shenk and Brad Stewart, Co-founders and President of GOFoods Global, the nation's category creator in premium-quality food reserves and shelf-life nutrition, launched Phase III of GOTour 2012 today with the mission of feeding and prospering families all across the country. The 20-day tour will include 30 meetings in 15 different cities with GO System training at each stop.
After a successful Phase I and Phase II of GOFoods Global GO Tour mission to feed and prosper American families, Brad Stewart expresses his enthusiasm toward the third phase of GOTour 2012.
“We would be crazy to stop now,” says Brad Stewart. “Everyone who has seen first-hand what we’re doing has fully embraced this noble cause all across North America.”
Brad Stewart shows no signs of slowing as he promotes GOFoods Global’s three-fold strategy for feeding and prospering American families: Serving, Saving, and Sharing great food with one another. The nationally known food company’s message is simple: serve our food daily to save time and money, save this food for unforeseen circumstances, and share the message of gaining control of your own food supply and be less dependent on others.
Barbara Rossberg, founder of GOFoods Global says that GOFoods offers delicious, easy-to-fix meals, which include everything from hearty soups and gourmet entrees to natural snacks and wholesome bakery goods.
“Families we meet on GO Tour are happy to sit down to the table with GOFoods menu items like Creamy Tuscan Pasta and Beefy Stroganoff and Mushrooms,” said Barbara Rossberg. “Thanks to our easy-to-fix and healthy meals, families have more quality time to spend together.”
Families interested in sharing the GOFoods mission of feeding and prospering American families can join a GO Tour 2012 event in their local city or surrounding area. Event benefits include a complimentary GO Tour sample pack just for attending ($50 retail value); a complimentary 1-week GOFoods food supply with the purchase of special GO Tour product packs ($72 retail value), and 50-75% off of shipping on any product orders while new customers who join the company’s wholesale program at the event will have their membership fee waived ($30 value). The company will also provide complimentary training for those who want to know more about the health and preparedness benefits of GOFoods and how to help their families prosper. The end of each meeting will also include training on GO System, the company’s new easy-to-follow sales model that brings families and friends together through several fun activities, including GO Party, that offer a fun and relaxing atmosphere while providing rewards on every level of party participation.
The third phase of GO Tour 2012 starts in two locations: Tulsa, Oklahoma and Pocatello, Idaho. Check the company’s website at http://www.GOTour2012.com to find event locations and to join GOFoods President Brad Stewart and the GO Tour 2012 team. Phase III events are scheduled in the following cities: Tulsa, OK; Pocatello, ID; Idaho Falls, ID; Arlington, TX; Houston, TX; St. Regis, MT; Austin, TX; Ogden, UT; San Antonio, TX; St. George, UT; Provo, UT; Salt Lake City, UT; and Las Vegas, NV.
GOFoods Global’s President, Brad Stewart, is on a solution-based mission of helping families prosper in these challenging times. Learn how to feed and prosper your family directly from executives Brad Stewart and Mike Casperson, or from members of our IBO Council as they share prosperity, growth tips, and the compelling opportunity of GOFoods.
About GOFoods Global
GOFoods’ mission is to feed and prosper the world by serving, saving and sharing relevant, easy-to-fix meals and beverages for on-the-go lifestyles that encourage people to eat nutritiously and spend time together while enjoying natural, mouth-watering meals that taste as good today as they will in 25 years. Founded by nationally known food-reserve experts Steve Shenk and Barbara Rossberg, each with over thirty years of experience, the Utah-based company’s goal is to change the way people look at quick-fix, extended shelf-life, and daily use food in the twenty-first century.