USA: Whole Living continues impressive growth in August
Whole Living, Inc. (OTC-BB: WLIV), dba Brain Garden, announced continued strong growth in revenues. Gross sales in August exceeded $600,000, up nearly 20% from the previous month. "Our growth continues to accelerate," remarked Brain Garden Sr. Vice President Bill Turnbull. " Our monthly sales grew by just under 60 percent over the past three months. When you consider that summer is traditionally a very soft period for direct selling companies, we are happy about our results. The marketplace is telling us that we are doing something right." Brain Garden President Ron Williams is convinced the rate of growth will continue to accelerate. "We expect our growth rate to accelerate during the next several months for two reasons. First, we expect to see some impressive growth in our U.S. business beginning the second half of September. And second, we will be formally launching our business in Australia beginning the middle of October." Whole Living, Inc. (OTC-BB: WLIV) is a provider of home-based business systems and one of the premier direct sellers of all natural, whole food snack products and essential oils, with premium products reaching consumers throughout the USA , Canada and Australia. For additional information, visit the company website at
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