Offering Hope and Help – Young Sik & Suk Je Choi
Texas, When Suk Je Choi’s friend told her about the AMWAY™ business opportunity, the timing couldn’t have been better. Her husband Young Sik, a Baptist minister, had just started a new church and she was having a hard time finding work as a family counselor.
There was only one snag. “We didn’t know a thing about Amway,” says Young Sik, who set out to learn all he could about the Company. “We were so impressed by the integrity of the founders and everyone associated with Amway.”
Being an Amway independent business owner has been a wonderful experience for all of us. Daughters Rebecca and Rachel are away at university and son Samuel is not far from embarking down that same path. “Both girls are IBOs,” Young Sik adds with pride.
Originally from Korea, the Chois say their AMWAY business has been a blessing on many fronts. They’ve been particularly impressed with the positive impact the products have had on their quality of life.
Since starting on NUTRILITE® nutritional supplements, DOUBLE X®, Bio C Plus, and OCEAN ESSENTIALS® Balanced Health, Young Sik believes her entire family’s health has improved.
“NUTRILITE and ARTISTRY® skin care products help change people’s lives in many ways,” believes Suk Je, who enjoys helping others find the right products for their needs.
In the future, “We hope someday to build several Christian schools throughout Eastern Asia.” “This is a meaningful business,” says Young Sik. “It offers hope and help to so many people.”
The average monthly gross income earned by “active” IBOs was $115 (U.S.)/$181 (CAN.).
The success depicted may reflect income and investments outside the IBO Compensation Plan. Approximately 66% of all IBOs of record were found to be active.* The percentage of IBOs who achieved Founders Executive Diamond and above qualification in FY08 was .00565%.
*Based on an independent survey during 2001, “Active” means an IBO attempted to make a retail sale, or presented the Amway Independent Business Owner Compensation Plan, or received bonus money, or attended a company or IBO meeting in the year 2000.
“Gross income” means the amount received from retail sales, minus the cost of goods sold, plus the amount of Performance Bonus retained. There may be significant business expenses, mostly discretionary, that may be greater in relation to income in the first years of operation.
Emerald Income Disclosure