Melaleuca Achieves One Billion in Annual Sales

by louabbott on December 21, 2011

In business since 1985, for the first time, and accomplished even in difficult economic times, Melaleuca has hit the $1 Billion annual sales goal as of the date of this post.

Yes.  Some companies have done it faster, but only a very few.  In fact, only about a dozen companies in the history of the industry have broken that billion dollar mark.  Further, it is estimated that as few as a 100 companies have even crossed the $100 million mark.

So . . .

Congratulations to Frank VanderSloot and all of  Melaleuca’s Marketing Executives!


Lot’s of coverage of this in local Idaho papers:

Melaleuca Celebrates $1 Billion in Annual Sales – CEO Frank VanderSloot said it doesn’t mean the global business has arrived. It’s size still pales in comparison to competitors like Procter and Gamble. …

Melaleuca Surpasses $1 Billion in Sales For Year KPVI News 6 And for CEO Frank VanderSloot, it’s a goal he always hoped to reach. “In the beginning when we were nothing and there was nothing to believe in, ..

Idaho Falls’ billion-dollar business: Melaleuca tops sales milestone The Idaho Statesman Driven by demand: CEO Frank VanderSloot says consumer demand, particularly for its Vitality Pack multivitamins and minerals formulated by the proprietary …

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Alan Eames December 21, 2011 at 11:56 am Thumb up 0 Thumb down 1

Congratulations to a great company hitting a major milestone!!

Thanks for keeping us informed of what is right with this industry Lou.

Merry Christmas,


Giles Mirkovic December 21, 2011 at 11:08 am Thumb up 0 Thumb down 1

That’s awesome! Thank you for showing the world that the network marketing industry could be built on integrity and values. We all hope to follow in your footsteps. Congratulations Melaleuca!


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