The top four participants from each of the five categories who have the greatest percentage of average OGV growth between 12:00 a.m. MT on March 15 and 11:59 p.m. MT on May 31 will win, for a total of 20 winners. The participant from any rank category who has the greatest average OGV growth percentage† overall will win additional prizes, including onstage recognition at the convention and a “Best of Salt Lake City” package (up to a $3,000 USD value) that includes limo service, fine dining, a hotel upgrade, $1,000 shopping spree, and more!‡
All members in the eligible ranks will be entered automatically in the Diamond for a Day promotion, based on February’s paid-as rank. Be sure to log in to Virtual Office often to see your daily ranking on the global leaderboard. Discover how fun, rewarding, and possible it is to succeed at any level with Young Living!
*Organization Group Volume (OGV) is the entire sales volume of a sales organization. This can be determined by calculating the sum of the PV of all the members and customers within a particular organization. OGV accumulates throughout each commission period.
**The $500 in Young Living products will be given in the form of a credit or as Essential Rewards points, at the discretion of Young Living.
†Winners will be determined by the greatest percentage of OGV growth throughout the promotion period. For example: Based on his February commissions, Kevin ranks as an Executive with an OGV of 5,000. This is his base OGV.* During March Kevin’s OGV grows to 7,000, increasing 140 percent. During April a few members in Kevin’s downline do not place orders, dropping his OGV to 6,500, thus making a 130 percent increase over his base OGV. His average increase for the months of March and April is then 135 percent. Kevin works hard to motivate his team during May and ends with an OGV of 8,500, making a 170 percent increase over his base OGV. His total average increase throughout the duration of the promotion would then be 147 percent.
‡Applicable federal, state, local, and sales taxes are the responsibility of the winner.