The two-week run of Achievers ended and our Quixtar team members returned home to the cold and snow of West Michigan.
Not that Grapevine, Texas was sunny and warm…Dallas had an ice storm that crippled the city, shutting down schools, the airport for a period of time, and put a lot of activities on hold. It even cancelled the Quixtar 5K run scheduled for December 8. In fact, the Gaylord Texan even asked their staff to stay overnight because they feared they wouldn't be able to serve the needs of guests should staff be unable to report to work because of icy roads.
Still, Achievers was a huge success. Expo was the best ever, and offered a look at what's ahead in Quixtar's health, beauty, and home tech categories. NAO spokesperson and makeup artist Jeannie Mai was there, as was iCook chef Jason Roberts. Both bring a lot of fun and energy to what they do. And, there was lots of traffic at the One by One booth, where IBOs learned how they can get involved in Easter Seals and US Dream Academy to help children live better lives.
And, there was the tireless Quixtar team staffing expo, taking care of IBO needs, and in general, working hard to support our IBOs.
Achievers is part celebration, part look at the future. But most of all, it's all about celebrating the success of Quixtar IBOs and their businesses. For the Quixtar team, it's an incredible opportunity to spend time with our customers and learn how we can support them better. And that's something that makes Achievers one of the best times of the year for us.