DALLAS, Nov. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Le-Vel Brands is launching Thrive Experience 2.0 – the next generation of the Thrive 8-Week Experience that is changing the lives of its 7 million customers and Independent Brand Promoters.
In just five short years, the Thrive 8-Week Experience has experienced explosive, viral growth largely due to testimonials shared by product fans on social media. Thrive has created a global movement of health and wellness by giving people the energy and vitality they seek so they can live their best lives through premium-grade ingredients, superior formulas and a delivery system designed for higher bioavailability and long-lasting benefits. And now with continued investment in scientific research and product innovation, those results are about to get even better.
Thrive Experience 2.0 will launch in 2018, and will only be the start of more exciting changes taking place in the new year for this visionary company. The prelaunch phase of Thrive Experience 2.0 is underway with a new webpage, Thrive2Point0.com, leading to over 200,000 new customer accounts in less than 5 days.
Le-Vel Co-Owners, Co-Founders and Co-CEOs Jason Camper and Paul Gravette, both veterans of the health and wellness and direct selling industries, launched Le-Vel in 2012.
"At Le-Vel, we're always exploring the next frontier of product technology, and how we can use it to help people live what we call a truly premium lifestyle," say Camper and Gravette.
"Thrive Experience 2.0 is based on technology that our research recently helped pioneer, and we're thrilled to roll it out to our customers and Promoters. Thrivers will continue to benefit from our drive to innovate through the development of our products and our commitment to provide the highest quality. We've removed those traditional barriers to innovation, which is incredibly exciting for our Brand Promoters and customers."
Camper and Gravette's vision was to create a company, a brand and a product line unlike any other in the direct selling space through several points of difference including an unwavering commitment to premium-grade raw ingredients, a cloud-based infrastructure, generous rewards plan for its independent Brand Promoters and dedication to simplicity despite their products' powerful and multifaceted results and proven scientific backing.
Without the overhead costs associated with a traditional brick-and-mortar company, Le-Vel has been able to channel its resources toward its key priorities, including the delivery of the most effective nutritional supplements on the market today.
Thrive, its flagship product line, was designed to help people of all ages and lifestyles recapture their wellbeing and reach peak physical and mental levels. The company's reduced overhead also allows for the continual testing and development of new, leading-edge products.
Less than five years after the company's inception, Le-Vel reached a remarkable milestone: $1 billion in lifetime orders.
And, with markets in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and the UK, Le-Vel has barely scratched the surface of its potential for growth. Le-Vel received Direct Selling News' Bravo Growth Award in 2016 in recognition for its extraordinary year-over-year growth – the largest in the world in direct sales.
Founded in 2012 by Jason Camper and Paul Gravette, Le-Vel formulates and sells nutritional/health and wellness products and is the only health and wellness company that uses cloud-based technology for its day-to-day operations.
Le-Vel's cloud-based infrastructure enables the company to keep overhead to a minimum while increasing commissions to its independent Brand Promoters and putting more money into the THRIVE product line.
Le-Vel products include DFT, Thrive Premium Lifestyle Capsules, THRIVE Premium Lifestyle Mix, THRIVE Kids, Activate, Boost, Balance, Black Label, Café, FORM, Move, Rest and Pure. Le-Vel has more than 7 million Customer and Brand Promoter accounts, currently ships within the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and Mexico and exceeded $450 million in revenue in 2016.