Jeunesse Global, the company founded out of the Florida garage of Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis, has grown more rapidly than any other business in the history of the health and beauty direct marketing business. The company was the result of the couple feeling the angst and boredom that came with their third attempt at retirement. Today, what started as a simple means to pass the time has become one of the most successful direct marketing firms in the world.
Both Ray and Lewis were no stranger to successfully building companies of their own. The couple had built dozens of businesses from the ground up, and they had been financially independent for decades. Because of this, they did not need the money. This led to Jeunesse being a different kind of marketing company, one dedicated more fastidiously to the sharing of good business opportunities with those located in less-advantaged regions throughout the world.
But Ray and Lewis both had a serious knack for making money, even when doing so was way down their list of priorities. It wasn’t long before the company that had been started in their garage as a simple way to pass idle hours was doing tens of millions of dollars in sales across the globe. It was around the second year of the company’s operation that Lewis decided they needed to develop their own portfolio of unique products.
That decision directly led to the creation of the Y.E.S. system, which stands for Youth Enhancement System. The Y.E.S. system is a suite of more than a dozen products that, when taken together, represents a comprehensive means by which users can ensure graceful aging and felling at the top of their game at all times.
One of the highly innovative products contained within the system is the Zen 8 Project. As one of the most effective weight-loss programs in existence today, the Zen 8 Project includes the Zen Bodi nutritional supplement, which was scientifically designed to promote fat burning and the building of dense muscle.
All told, the Zen 8 Project amounts to one of the most successful weight loss systems in the world today, with millions of units having been sold.