Medi-Dyne Announces 2015 Brand Ambassador Program

Medi-Dyne Announces 2015 Brand Ambassador Program

Medi-Dyne’s Brand Ambassadors will be a virtual team of passionate and enthusiastic individuals who embrace an active lifestyle. They will all share a dedication to health, wellness and helping to keep others pain free and at peak performance.

“We’re very excited about our new Brand Ambassador Program,” notes Craig DiGiovanni VP Sales & Marketing. “We’ve met so many people who are truly passionate about living an active lifestyle and about how Medi-Dyne products help them do that. Formalizing the program is simply a natural extension of this happening organically.”
Medi-Dyne’s Brand Ambassador Team will be made up evangelists who share the brand vision and are in a position to help organically grow the brand on a broad scale and help identify others like them.

Brand Ambassadors will provide input on new and existing products as well as keep a pulse on what is happening in their area.

Medi-Dyne will be working with their sales representative team, retail customers, and through social media to identify candidates.

Applications may be completed online at:
http://www.medi-dyne.com/medi-dyne-brand-ambassador-program

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