Last week the eyes of the world were on the state of Utah as champion cyclists from around the globe took on the state’s intense valleys and peaks to compete for top prize in the Tour of Utah
With Young Living’s commitment to whole-life wellness and its roots in southern Utah, partnering with the Tour’s second stage to the city of Payson was an obvious choice.
The global cycling event hosted 16 teams composed of 126 athletes over a grueling seven-day race to the finish. During Stage 2, which took place on August 8, the cyclists peddled their way through Young Living’s famed Lavender Farm
in Mona and crossed the finish line in Payson, the hometown of our Chief Sales Officer Ben Riley, who presented Sepp Kuss of the American team with the 1st Place trophy
The Young Living team was on the ground throughout the day, sharing samples of our pure essential oils and oil-infused products with the thousands of attendees who enjoyed the all-day festivities at Payson City’s Memorial Park.
On August 12 Sepp went on to take 1st place
in the 2018 Tour of Utah, with a finishing time of 21 hours, 41 minutes, and 12 seconds!
Young Living congratulates all of the athletes on completing “America’s Toughest Stage Race!”