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Melaleuca Shares Reason Behind Success

A well-known local company is saying their consumer-direct marketing business model is helping them flourish.

New Presidents’ Day Infographic Celebrates Leaders of our Nation

In honor of Presidents Day on Feb. 18, the Melaleuca Freedom Celebration created an infographic that depicts all 44 U.S. Presidents.

Melaleuca Announces $1.13 Billion in Sales for 2012

Melaleuca announced Monday that its worldwide sales for 2012 were up 9.2 percent, amounting to $1.13 billion.

Another Record Year in Sales for Melaleuca

Consumer direct marketing company Melaleuca, announced annual revenues of $1.13-billion for calendar year 2012.

Post Register: Melaleuca Hits Record $1.13 Billion

Idaho Falls’ largest employer increased its revenue about 9 percent from 2011, when it reached $1 billion in global sales for the first time.

Melaleuca Hits Record $1.13 Billion

Melaleuca’s revenue has grown in 26 of the past 27 years, according to a company news release.

Post Register: Expansion to Bring In Jobs

Melaleuca CEO Frank VanderSloot announced Tuesday that his company will spend more than $50 million building a new headquarters within Bonneville County.

Expansion To Bring In Jobs

Crews have broken ground on the 371,000-square-foot building, which is being built near Exit 113 off Interstate 15.

Melaleuca Unveils New 371,000 Square Foot International Corporate Office

The new facility will house all of Melaleuca’s international and domestic operations except for manufacturing and distribution.

Post Register: Share The Wealth

More than 260 Melaleuca employees walked away from a meeting Tuesday with a share of $2.64 million — and they didn’t even have to play the lottery.

Melaleuca Rewards 264 Employees with $2.64 Million in Appreciation Bonuses

The bonuses are part of Melaleuca’s ongoing effort to reward the employees who created the company’s success.

Melaleuca Makes Large Donation to Support Idaho’s Education Reform Laws

Melaleuca CEO Frank VanderSloot says, “The national teachers Union has launched perhaps the most dishonest campaign in state history.