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lia sophia recognizes top achievers

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Three Fargo-area advisors for lia sophia were among an elite group of entrepreneurs recognized by the fashion jewelry direct seller as 2011-2012 achievers at the company's annual Conference, held June 24 -26 in Milwaukee, Wis. These Advisors earned this distinction for outstanding achievement in areas such as sales and recruiting: Sally Ackerman and Heidi Vetter , Fargo, and Brenda Sullivan, West Fargo.

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"We know that helping their customers create their own personal style with beautiful fashion jewelry is already very rewarding to our Advisors," said Darrin Johnson, vice president, U.S. sales for lia sophia. "So we hope that receiving this award in front of their peers at this year's Conference just adds to the satisfaction each of these achievers gets from owning their own business. We will continue to work hard to give them the tools they need to succeed and grow as independent business owners."

The lia sophia 2012 Conference theme was "Fashion Forward," reflecting the keen fashion sense and drive to move forward that has made the company the world's largest direct seller of fashion jewelry. Exciting general sessions to launch the fall jewelry collection and business initiatives, educational breakout sessions and networking opportunities provided the lia sophia Advisors in attendance with the information and inspiration to reach their full potential for success with their individual business.

"The lia sophia mission is to connect women to their dreams. Each year, our top achievers are an inspiring reminder to all of our Advisors that dreams can come true," said Johnson. "It was a pleasure to recognize these Advisors for their success in setting goals and then working hard to reach them."

For more information about small business ownership with lia sophia, or to host a lia sophia fashion jewelry demonstration for friends and family, please visit www.liasophia.com.

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