Utah Force for Good Day Honors Nu Skin Humanitarian Efforts

Photo: Volunteers take part in Nu Skin’s 11th Annual Force for Good Day.


Former DSA Chairman Truman Hunt, President and CEO of Nu Skin, has passed the gavel to Chairman David Holl, CEO of Mary Kay, but Hunt’s work to advance the industry as a force for good continues at Nu Skin’s Utah headquarters, where the Governor’s Office has declared today Utah Force for Good Day.

The statewide observance is a nod to Nu Skin’s Force for Good Day, now in its twelfth year. The company’s employees and distributors celebrate the day by participating in service projects that benefit children.

“Nu Skin’s annual Force for Good Day celebration has become a tradition where our global employees and sales leaders devote their time and resources to helping children in their local communities,” Hunt said in a statement. “It celebrates the company’s mission and efforts of the Nu Skin family to be a force for good not just on this one day but all year long.”

Local participants are supporting the work of the Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation by assembling 10,000 kids’ care bags and making 200 fleece quilts for children confined to a hospital stay. Globally, projects include donating and distributing education kits, serving children in orphanages, and sponsoring clothing drives.

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