Melaleuca added to Inc. 500’s Hall of Fame!

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Each year in mid-October, Inc.  magazine releases its Inc. 500 issue, which lists the fastest-growing privately held U.S. companies. You may already know that Melaleuca has been listed in Inc. 500 an incredible five times.  Now, Inc. Magazine has added Melaleuca to the prestigious Inc. 500 Hall of Fame!

Only 55 companies in history have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. Melaleuca is one of the few companies on the list that has maintained an “A” profit rating each year, indicating a healthy, growing and vibrant organization.

Melaleuca attributes its growth and success to an outstanding, unique product line, and the hundreds of thousands of households that have joined  Melaleuca’s mission to “Enhance the Lives of Those We Touch by Helping People Reach Their Goals.”

Frank L. VanderSloot and the entire Melaleuca Family are honored to be listed among the top 55 privately-held companies in the United States inducted into the Inc. 500 Hall of Fame.

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