Better Business Bureau Recognizes Melaleuca

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The Better Business Bureau recognized Melaleuca for its “continued commitment to ethics, community, employees and customers” at the BBB’s “Trusted Business Celebration” on Oct. 19. The photograph shows Better Business Bureau (BBB) Snake River Region President Dale Dixon (center) congratulating Melaleuca’s General Counsel Ryan Nelson (left) and Chief Financial Officer Tom Knudson (right).

The BBB, which helps consumers find businesses, brands and charities they can trust, honored Melaleuca for its accomplishments as a past recipient of The BBB Hall of Fame Award in 2005 and The BBB Torch Award in 2008. The plaque specifically congratulates Melaleuca for its “continued commitment to ethics, your community, employees and customers.”

The luncheon and recognition ceremony was part of a month-long celebration that honors the BBB’s 100-year anniversary and the many great businesses that the BBB has commended over that time.

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