Trademark Suit Against MonaVie Dropped

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MonaVie LLC (http://www.monavie.com), creator of the leading nutritional açai blend beverage, announced today that the trademark lawsuit brought against it by California-based Imagenetix, Inc. (http://www.imagenetix.net) has been dropped. The two companies reached an agreement late last week and all claims against MonaVie have been dismissed.

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As has always been the case, MonaVie is committed to conducting business with the utmost regard for integrity and moral principles.

"We are pleased to have reached an agreement with Imagenetix and to move forward focusing on our great products," said Dallin Larsen, MonaVie founder and president. "As has always been the case, MonaVie is committed to conducting business with the utmost regard for integrity and moral principles."

As one of the fastest-growing companies in direct selling history, MonaVie offers scientifically formulated, premium quality nutritional products in markets throughout the world, including North America, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and more. Most recently, the company has announced plans to launch the Brazil market in the summer of 2008.

"It appears that the desire for a healthy lifestyle knows no boundaries," says Larsen. "Our growth is proof positive that today's consumers, wherever they live, seek new ways to stay fit through an active lifestyle and a healthy, nutritious diet."

About MonaVie

MonaVie LLC is a rapidly growing company that distributes products to markets around the world. Introduced in January 2005, MonaVie develops and markets scientifically formulated, premium quality products, specifically for person-to-person distribution. Developed with the philosophy of Balance-Variety-Moderation, MonaVie brand products deliver phytonutrients and antioxidants to promote and maintain an active and healthy lifestyle.

For more information about MonaVie brand products or to join the MonaVie family, call 1-866-217-8455 or visit http://www.monavie.com

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