Wes Huff Named Executive VP Operations for Univera LifeSciences

Lacey, WA – October 11, 2006: Univera LifeSciences, the world’s leading healthy- aging relationship marketing company, announced the hiring of E. Wesley Huff to the position of Executive Vice President Operations.

“We are very pleased to bring on such a qualified direct marketing operations executive with deep experience in global supply chain management, manufacturing and distribution,” said Stuart Ochiltree, CEO. “Wes will lead the operations growth as we undertake significant domestic and global expansion of Univera Life Sciences.”

“I’m proud to be joining this management team with the vision and integrity to set a new standard in relationship marketing.” said Huff. “The quality and science behind the products alone made me interested in the company, but its forward thinking is what made me eager to join them.”

Huff ‘s background includes 28 years of operations experience with the past 11 focused upon direct marketing supplement products, including two years as Global Supply Chain Director with XanGo, three years handling Business Development for Evince, and six years with the Pharmanex division of NuSkin as Senior Director of Supply Chain Management.

About Univera LifeSciences, Inc.
Univera LifeSciences, Inc. (www.univeralifesciences.com) is the world’s leading healthy aging relationship marketing company offering life-changing nutrition products and unparalleled home-business opportunity for over 100,000 people worldwide. Science-based with full-scale genomic, proteomic and biological research capabilities, the company is vertically integrated through advanced research, technology and manufacturing capabilities. Univera is part of the ECONET global family of health and natural product companies which have operations in the United States, Canada, Korea, Mexico, Russia and China.

Susan Haeger
VP Corporate Communications & Government Affairs
(360) 486-8300, ext. 1030

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