USANA Named a Top Revenue Growth Company by MountainWest Capital Network

USANA Health Sciences, Inc., was recognized Friday by MountainWest Capital Network as one of the state's top 15 companies for revenue growth. Top Revenue Growth award winners had the largest dollar amount of revenue growth from 2004 through 2008. This is the fifth time USANA has been recognized by MountainWest Capital Network.

"We are thankful that our Associates around the world are embracing the entrepreneurial spirit," said USANA CFO Jeff Yates. "This award wouldn't be possible without them, and I am grateful to be part of a company that offers entrepreneurs a way to be successful, especially in this tough economy."

Yates accepted the award on behalf of the company at an awards luncheon at the Grand America. Governor Gary R. Herbert gave the keynote address at the luncheon.

"With an entrepreneurial background myself, I know what it takes to build a successful business and join those who value your accomplishments," Herbert said at the luncheon.

MountainWest Capital Network sponsors the annual event to honor Utah's top 100 fastest growing companies, the top 15 revenue growth companies, and a select group of "Emerging Elite" businesses in Utah. MountainWest Capital Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering deal flow, capital development and business growth in Utah.

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USANA Health Sciences develops and manufactures high-quality nutritionals, personal care, energy and weight management products that are sold directly to Preferred Customers and Associates throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

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