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Huber Heads To Querétaro With USANA

Former No.1 doubles player and USANA Ambassador Liezel Huber was in Querétaro, México on Saturday for USANA's México XRC conference, a big event celebrating the brand and its family.

Published March 16, 2013 12:00

Huber Heads To Querétaro With USANA
Dan Macuga, Liezel Huber

QUERÉTARO, México - Former No.1 doubles player and USANA Ambassador Liezel Huber was in Querétaro, México on Saturday - along with thousands of people, including USANA executives, other athletes and more - for USANA's México XRC conference, a big event celebrating the brand.

USANA welcomed over 3,000 attendees including VIPs, Huber and athletes from the Paralympics, Olympic swimming and diving and Mexican soccer leagues - to the conference, where the theme was "Celebrating You" and they announced the launch of their Colombia market. Among the USANA VIPs there were CEO David Wentz, CCO Dan Macuga, CMO Doug Braun and CLO Jim Bramble.

"It's been the most amazing day - it was such a fun day, I'm speechless," Huber said after the event. "USANA is part of my family and part of my daily routine, and I'm so grateful I could meet my USANA family in Mexico. There were 3,200 people there and what an honor it was to stand on stage with other athletes and represent the WTA, represent what a strong relationship they have with USANA. And I'm really looking forward to a continued relationship, not just personally but also USANA with the WTA.

"My love affair with USANA continues on and off the court. I wish the other 160 players who take USANA could have been here to see what an impact it has on people's lives - thank you, USANA."

Other USANA ambassadors include Sam Stosur, Sloane Stephens, Zheng Jie, Aleksandra Wozniak and Kim Clijsters. USANA has been a WTA partner since 2006 - over 160 players use their products.

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