Salt Lake City, Utah (February 21, 2020) In the 2020 General Session of the 63rd Legislature, 4Life executives are promoting the nutritional supplement industry on behalf of customers who enjoy health and wellness products in Utah and throughout the United States.
On Wednesday, February 19, 4Life President and CEO Danny Lee was at the Utah State Capitol for a bipartisan luncheon sponsored by the Health Forum of Utah. Lee dined with legislators in the rotunda.
Lee: “We need to remain active in policy discussions that shape our marketplace. We owe this to our customers who have enjoyed 4Life Transfer Factor products for over two decades.”
As part of the company’s broader political outreach, U.S. Congressman John Curtis (R-UT) and his Chief of Staff Corey Norman were at global headquarters to visit with 4Life Founders David and Bianca Lisonbee.
David Lisonbee: “Representative Curtis is an advocate of the health and wellness industry, as well as a great 4Life friend on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. He champions our efforts to ensure a strong and vibrant marketplace for our company’s wide range of nutritional supplements. It’s always a pleasure to host him.”
Other executives in attendance for the meeting with Congressman Curtis included 4Life President and CEO Danny Lee, Chief Financial Officer Mark Ostler, Chief Scientific Officer David Vollmer, Senior Vice President of Sales Trent Tenney, Senior Vice President of Operations Jeff Kalinin, Senior Vice President of Marketing Brian Gill, Vice President of Marketing Communication Deborah Dixon, and Vice President of Corporate Communications Calvin Jolley.
4Life has offices in 25 markets to serve a global network of independent distributors and their customers.
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