National Convention 2015
April 9–12, 2015
National Convention is THE Place for:
- New cutting-edge products
- The highest level of training from the world’s leading experts
- Valuable information on business-building strategies
- Hear from top guest speakers who share real-world examples where everyone can win.
- Inspirational and life-changing testimonials
- Fabulous entertainment and recognition
- Elevated energy
- Exclusive opportunities, including fantastic event-only discounts
- The chance to rub shoulders with your fellow natural health enthusiasts in a fun, energetic environment
Three Ways to Win Convention!
|Convention for 2||Convention for 1|
|Be a TOP I-Inspire Point Earner||The top 600 point earners* get Convention for 2||The next 200 top point earners* (spots 601–800) get Convention for 1|
|Be a Large Group QV Producer||Exceed 9,000 Group QV points/month on average July-December||Exceed 7,000 group QV points/month on average July-December|
|As a National Manager||Maintain National Manager rank July-December||N/A|
*All I-Inspire program rules apply to this method.
Contest Period runs July 1–December 31, 2014.
National Convention 2015 will take place in one of the sunniest—and happiest—places in the country: Anaheim, California! Soak up all the information, training and excitement that makes up NSP’s biggest event of the year!
IT ALL HAPPENS AT NATIONAL CONVENTION!
Watch for exciting event details coming soon.
- Managers can qualify by any of the 3 methods. Limit one qualification method per account number.
- Convention is non-transferable.
- This trip has no cash value. If a winner cannot attend the convention, the event qualification is forfeited.
- Convention qualification includes hotel room, all meetings and materials, and several Convention meals. All travel and incidental expenses are the responsibility of the attendee.
- Qualification is based on double-occupancy. Qualifiers for “1” will need to register with another qualifying Manager as a roommate, or pay to upgrade to their own room.
- All attendees may be required to pay a nominal registration fee.