Organo Gold’s latest member, internationally renowned professional golfer and entrepreneur Greg Norman, is an inspiration to every Distributor in the global Organo Gold family. Achieving huge success on the pro golfing circuit, Greg Norman has had many endorsement deals throughout the years, and then started up his own company, Great White Shark Enterprises.
It was the entrepreneurial spirit of Organo Gold that attracted him to the business, as Greg Norman states. “In very similar fashion to Organo Gold, Great White Shark Enterprises was built upon an entrepreneurial platform. As part of my due diligence, I was amazed to see the opportunity that Organo Gold has afforded to so many people. Organo Gold, has mastered the convergence of the right product with the optimal distribution system. I look forward to helping Organo Gold grow from strength to strength.”
Under the agreement, Mr. Norman will serve as a global spokesperson for Organo Gold. Mr. Norman first became involved with Organo Gold as a Distributor, which provided the foundation that led to Norman’s further involvement with the company. As global spokesperson, Norman will endorse Organo Gold’s expanding distribution network and portfolio of products.
And there was no special treatment for this golfing superstar — just like everyone who signs up as an Organo Gold Distributor, Greg Norman had to work from the ground up, as Organo Gold Co-founder and Global Master Distributor Shane Morand shares. “Being true to his ‘all-in’ entrepreneurial philosophy, Greg signed up as an OG Distributor and completed our field training. He quickly achieved leadership status.”
“After witnessing Greg Norman’s success on and off the golf course, I knew that he personified the OG vision to create a powerful consumer coffee brand. He is the ideal person to help us expand our distribution, starting with the Coffee Connoisseur Club.” stated Holton Buggs, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Organo Gold. “This is a historic partnership for Organo Gold and the direct selling industry.”