Reynolds described why Vi launched in Ireland. “Obesity is a global epidemic. There is a big push to be healthier globally and Ireland is no exception. We have the solution and the platform."
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 17, 2014
Neil Haley, the Total Tutor host of the Simply G Radio Show, interviewed Entrepreneur and Vi Millionaire GJ Reynolds to find out about the events that took place in Ireland, learn the excitement of The Vi Launch of Ireland, and get the inside scoop on how Reynolds promotes the challenge in Ireland.
Reynolds is an original founding member in the company ViSalus and is now a 5 Star Ambassador, Vi Millionaire, and CEO of Simply G Media. He has written a book titled "The Playful and Powerful Warrior Within You!" and holds the distinction of completing the Dale Brown Challenge and Project 10 Challenge by completing 2 miles per day for more than 1000 days straight (and counting). According to Klout, Reynolds ranks in the top 10 percent of social media in the world.
In this interview, Reynolds explained how Vi launches in a new country. “It takes a year to set up before we launch,” Reynolds said. "We go into the country for a year and prepare for the launch. Once it is ready to go and all regulatory actions completed, our pre-launch date is set We are able to operate fully and ship product. Our goal is to always do things correct and make sure we are able to always have success in any market we choose to go into. On June 15th of this year we started shipping product to Ireland. We already have some major challenge success stories on the Project 10 Challenge."
Reynolds, along with ViSalus CMO and Co-fFounder Blake Mallen, attended several Challenge Parties, with some of the biggest leaders in the UK. The events took place in Galway and Dublin. Reynolds said the atmosphere was exciting and people are hungry for what Vi and the Project 10 Challenge delivers to the people of Ireland.
“We had a great event there. At the first event in Galway, the Mayor and several dignitaries came out. We had politicians to welcome Vi and the Project 10 Challenge to Ireland. We had the local community involved. We have a great group of local leaders promoting the Project 10 Challenge who are now with Vi.”
Reynolds described why Vi launched in Ireland. “Obesity is a global epidemic. There is a big push to be healthier globally and Ireland is no exception. We have the solution and the platform. Ireland is also interested in creating opportunity within the country as well. We deliver both."
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