Trinity, FL, June 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Beth A. Black, President of Orlampa Enterprises, Inc., continues to move up the ranks within Market America’s Unfranchise System. Black has moved up to a National Supervising Coordinator level as an independent distributor for Market America, an innovative product brokerage and Internet marketing company.
Black’s achievement to this new level signifies success in sales, leadership and management in motivating and training other distributors to do the same during the month of April.
“One of my biggest goals is to continuously strive to improve my business and leadership skills,” said Black. “Market America provides market-driven products, as well as the training and support to achieve my goals and new levels. I will continue to challenge myself to reach new heights, both personally and professionally.”
According to Black, the key to success is to attend all of the events and learn all that you can, then implement it in your organization.
Black became eligible for this new level after completing the Supervising Coordinator level as well as successfully building a base of customers and a sales organization that consistently achieves a high level of product sales on a monthly basis.
“One of the most attractive things about Market America is the ability to enhance my financial situation, which has improved my quality of life,” added Black. “With Market America you are in business for yourself, but not by yourself.”
By attaining the new National Supervising Coordinator position, Black will be recognized in the company’s monthly PowerLine magazine and further listings in the company’s profiles of success annual catalog.
About Market America
Market America’s unique business model combines the power of the Internet and one-to-one marketing to sell innovative products and services through independent distributors around the world. Founded in 1992, the company has realized more than $2.1 billion in suggested retail sales. The company now has more than 125,000 independent distributors worldwide. In 2005, the company opened operations in Taiwan and plans further expansion to the Pacific Rim.