Yekaterinburg hosts Talk Fusion event
The event was hosted by the company's top Russian leaders and featured many of Talk Fusion's most successful associates as guest speakers. The two-day celebration brought together Talk Fusion associates from Russia, Ukraine, Europe, the United States and beyond to help recognize, train and motivate them to continue to help change lives around the world and live their dreams.
The Yekaterinburg event was modeled after a similar company event held in Tampa in April, according to Bob Reina, the founder and CEO of Talk Fusion.
"More than 5,500 excited Associates packed the Uralochka Palace of Sports for the event. It was a tremendous opportunity to share knowledge and successes, and inspire people to move the Talk Fusion Opportunity from their heads to their hearts. We were tremendously inspired by the Russian people's dedication and enthusiasm and we're very proud of how well the event went," Reina said.
Thousands of associates participated in the event, which featured receptions and dinners, performances, celebrations, product announcements and recognition.
More than 50 associates were honored for earning the company's Mercedes Madness Car Bonus, which put more than 100 associates behind the wheel of a Mercedes-Benz last year. The company also announced the winners of its Dream Getaway trip incentive, awarding associates with a five-day, four-night vacation trip for two to the Grand Wailea Resort in Maui, Hawaii.
Talk Fusion provides cutting-edge personal and business video communication products. It is marketed person-to-person by independent associates in over 140 countries.
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