Navigation Links
For Every Home Ranked Among 2010 Top 10 Start Ups to Watch
Date:4/2/2010

For Every Home, the Innovative Fashion Fragrance Business Leader, Receives Award for Utah County Top Ten Start ups to Watch at Business Quarterly’s Utah Valley Top 50 Awards

Lindon, UT (Vocus) April 2, 2010 -- Paul and Becky J. Anderson, Founders of For Every Home, today announced that For Every Home was ranked 8th among the list of the Top Ten Start Ups to Watch by Utah Valley’s Business Quarterly Magazine.

The UV50 list created by Utah Valley Business Quarterly Magazine features Utah county’s 25 Fastest-Growing Companies (measured by percentage growth over a three-year period), 15 Top Revenue Companies and 10 Start ups to Watch. For Every Home was ranked 8th in the list of 10 new start ups to watch for potential success.

According to Whitney Lunceford, For Every Home and sister company For Every Body founder’s daughter, who accepted the award on behalf of For Every Home, she was pleased to see the company’s future predicted so brightly after only two years of business.

“We started For Every Home to give women and their families the opportunity to grow their own businesses with quality products and services,” said Whitney Lunceford. “In just two years For Every Home has grown quickly and we are very honored that our own community has noticed and supports our efforts. We appreciate the support and plan to succeed as they have suggested we will. We would hate to disappoint anyone!”

In 2007, Paul and Becky J. Anderson founded For Every Home, the innovative fashion fragrance business, to empower women to build a profitable and rewarding home-based business. As the successful founder of a multi-million dollar sister company, For Every Body, Becky uses her over fifteen years of experience to give women the tools they need to make their business successful. For Every Home offers home décor items and
'/>"/>

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2010 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved  

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. Davis Phinney Foundation Launches Every Victory Counts Program to Inform and Empower People to Live Well With Parkinsons
2. Safety in Drinking Water? Monitoring for Radioactive Contaminants Only Required Every Three, Six, or Nine Years per Federal Law
3. Healing Cancer Through Mind-Body Medicine: The Chopra Center Releases Pioneering DVD for Every Stage of Treatment
4. New solar energy material captures every color of the rainbow
5. Culligan's New Aqua-Cleer Advanced Drinking Water SystemProvides Clean, Quality Water Customized for Every Home
6. Before Every Surgery - Take a TIME OUT(R)
7. SABiosciences Ranked 17th on the Best Places to Work Industry Award for Biotech and Pharmaceutical Companies
8. Aldrichimica Acta Ranked First in Organic Chemistry by Impact Factor
9. Digital Healthcare Specialist Cadient Group Ranked #2 on List of Full-service Advertising Agencies in the Philadelphia Region
10. Genoptix Ranked Ninth Fastest-Growing Company in North America on Deloittes 2008 Technology Fast 500
11. Sundia MediTech Ranked #16 in Deloitte Technology Fast 50 China
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
Related Image:
For Every Home Ranked Among 2010 Top 10 Start Ups to Watch
(Date:5/28/2015)... May 27, 2015 Research and Markets( ... PharmaBiotech,s new report "Cell Therapy - Technologies, ... This report describes and evaluates cell therapy ... play an important role in the practice of ... old fashioned bone marrow transplants. Role of cells ...
(Date:5/28/2015)... The Academy of Model Aeronautics Foundation will be ... 15, 2015. National Model Aviation Day was created to celebrate ... flying to the general public. , The AMA has encouraged ... the celebration by hosting events in their own communities. More ... Day events. View our online event map to find ...
(Date:5/28/2015)... , May 28, 2015 Natera, ... announced a study published in Ultrasound in ... single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP)-based non-invasive prenatal test (NIPT) can ... trimester. A study based upon ... molar pregnancies occur in about 1 in 1,000 ...
(Date:5/28/2015)... (PRWEB) May 28, 2015 BioNorth ... serving and representing the life sciences industry in ... of Directors meeting at The Foundry in Dallas ... the organization brought together a broad spectrum of ... underscored the organization's early successes in partnering with ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Global Cell Therapy Market 2015-2020 - Technologies, Markets and Companies 2Model flying pilots celebrate the Academy of Model Aeronautics Foundation’s Third Annual National Model Aviation Day 2First Confirmed Detection of a Complete Molar Pregnancy with Cell-Free DNA Test 2First Confirmed Detection of a Complete Molar Pregnancy with Cell-Free DNA Test 3BioNorthTX Holds Inaugural Board of Directors Meeting 2BioNorthTX Holds Inaugural Board of Directors Meeting 3
... Rockwell Automation recently announced the opening ... lab at the company's global headquarters in Milwaukee. The ... help manufacturers facing production and inventory mandates from retailers ... part of their distribution operations. , ,"RFID will ...
... An investigation of how blood flows through stents after opening ... Medical College of Wisconsin Cardiovascular Center in Milwaukee ... may be the basis of a new generation of stents. ... the Journal of Applied Physiology . , ,One of ...
... have been given a new Web-based tool that makes ... the graduates and students of Wisconsins universities and colleges. ... the career services offices at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, ... the other four-year campuses of the UW System, the ...
Cached Biology Technology:Rockwell Automation opens new RFID lab 2Medical College discovery leads to new stents 2New Web site makes recruiting from Wisconsin universities easier 2
(Date:4/27/2015)... ATLANTA , April 27, 2015  For more ... and trade show has been the premier worldwide event ... Systems 2015 is a must-attend event for any local, ... insight into the emerging commercial markets and current applications ... and innovations of this projected $48 billion industry, and ...
(Date:4/27/2015)... , Apr. 27, 2015 Profile Solutions, ... control and security systems is pleased to announce that ... as a consultant and member of its scientific advisory ... widely known as a thought leader in technology-enhanced learning ... Technology Group, and has published studies and books focused ...
(Date:4/20/2015)... 2015 Huntington Memorial Hospital is the first ... new miniaturized, wireless monitoring sensor to manage heart failure ... only FDA-approved heart failure monitoring device that has been ... physicians to manage heart failure. The CardioMEMS ... the pulmonary artery (PA) during a non-surgical procedure to ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):UNMANNED SYSTEMS 2015: Largest International Conference and Trade Show for the Drone and Unmanned Technology Industry 2UNMANNED SYSTEMS 2015: Largest International Conference and Trade Show for the Drone and Unmanned Technology Industry 3UNMANNED SYSTEMS 2015: Largest International Conference and Trade Show for the Drone and Unmanned Technology Industry 4UNMANNED SYSTEMS 2015: Largest International Conference and Trade Show for the Drone and Unmanned Technology Industry 5Profile Solutions Names Medicinal Cannabis, Agriculture and Technology Expert Dr. Gerry Bedore to its Scientific Advisory Board 2Profile Solutions Names Medicinal Cannabis, Agriculture and Technology Expert Dr. Gerry Bedore to its Scientific Advisory Board 3Profile Solutions Names Medicinal Cannabis, Agriculture and Technology Expert Dr. Gerry Bedore to its Scientific Advisory Board 4Huntington Memorial Hospital Becomes First in the San Gabriel Valley to Offer Patients a New Heart Failure Monitoring Solution 2Huntington Memorial Hospital Becomes First in the San Gabriel Valley to Offer Patients a New Heart Failure Monitoring Solution 3
... LAKE CITY -- When a cell,s chromosomes lose their ends, the ... of Utah biologists discovered how those cells can evade suicide and ... the process works someday may provide new ways to treat cancer. ... show in animals that losing just one telomere the end ...
... by Prof Makoto Tominaga and Dr Takaaki Sokabe, National Institute ... drosophila, has a receptor for noxious heat. The research group ... on Oct 1, 2008. It has been unknown how ... group investigated the function of "Painless" protein, which had been ...
... a new Center for Environmental Policy that will ... debate and offer practical solutions for managing the ... by an $82,500 start-up grant from the William ... environmental policy affecting Philadelphia and surrounding communities and ...
Cached Biology News:When cells go bad 2When cells go bad 3When cells go bad 4New center will focus environmental debate and produce solutions for action 2New center will focus environmental debate and produce solutions for action 3