Category Archives: Alticor

No One Is “Speaking Of Amway”

I don’t write much about the Amway Global company anymore, because I’m no longer affiliated with the company and its products. But I still stop by and read the numerous blogs on the “Internets” that keep up with the happenings … Continue reading

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Memories Of Prague 2008

A year ago this week, I had the opportunity to fly to Prague, Czech Republic to attend a conference for Alticor/Amway Corporation. It’s trip that will live in my memory for a long, long time. And despite being sick on … Continue reading

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Farewell Alticor Media Blog

I just received word from Dino Baskovic, blog administrator for the Alticor Media Blog that the last blog entry for the Alticor Media Blog has been posted. Under Deconstruction: “In 2006, our public persona was divided among four companies – … Continue reading

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PR Guy Re-Run / The Amway Idol

Last year, when Alticor and Quixtar announced they were reverting back to the Amway name for all their global operations, I was inspired to write another installment of my “D. Robison, PR Guy” series. A few days ago, Bridgett at … Continue reading

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The World According To Bridgett

If you read any of the Quixtar Opportunity Zone blogs, or Chuck Lia’s “Speaking Of Amway” blog or even “On The Road With Dave”–you might have read comments from a lady named “Bridgett”. Bridgett is a Quixtar-affiliated Independent Business Owner … Continue reading

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Coming Up Next

I don’t want to be accused of following in the footsteps of the Alticor Media Blog and falling behind in updating my blog, so I’ll let you in on what’s coming up next week. I have several entries I’m working … Continue reading

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