QuiAri Promotes Brad Stewart To Director Of Field Development

As a former CEO and CCO of several multi-million dollar businesses, Brad has big plans to further QuiAri's global expansion.

BRANDON, Fla. - Dec. 6, 2019 - PRLog -- With thousands of Promoters and Customers located in over 100 countries worldwide word is spreading fast about new health and wellness company, QuiAri. Launched on October 1st, 2019, QuiAri Founder & CEO, Bob Reina, is an award-winning MLM industry veteran. He teamed up with the world's leading maqui berry expert, Dr. Juan Hancke, to take the power of the berry to the next level. They developed MaquiX™, an exclusive super-concentrated organic extract that boosts the natural power of the berry, and contains a blend of vitamins, minerals, probiotics, and superfoods.

Bob Reina, and VP of Marketing, Allison Roberts have been leading QuiAri's global expansion efforts. Although the company is barely two months old, it has wasted no time in rolling out new and exciting resources. From an in-house technology team to expert marketing and support to Same Day Pay, the company prides itself in always being ahead of the curve.

To help speed up global expansion, QuiAri has promoted Brad Stewart, a highly respected leader of their sales team, to Director of Field Development.

"Brad's passion and enthusiasm for the QuiAri brand is contagious. It's no surprise that he has found success with our company. Considering his impressive experience in the industry as a CEO, COO, and distributor, we are happy to announce his new role as our Director of Field Development. Brad will now have an greater opportunity to energize and mentor all QuiAri Promoters worldwide," said Founder and CEO, Bob Reina.

Brad was honored to be selected for the role and plans to get to work immediately.

"I will not let the team down. We are rapidly growing as a company, so now is the time to ensure our communications in the field are aligned with the direction coming from QuiAri's corporate team. I've built brands from the ground up so I know what needs to get done. My goal is to help create a singular system between Promoters regardless of location. From Alabama to Africa, there should be a consistency in messaging and a culture that promotes growth, " stated Brad Stewart,  Director of Field Development.

Brad is most excited about the exceptionally high quality of the product and its broad cross-cultural appeal.

"It doesn't matter what language you speak. Everyone wants to feel good, look good, and lose weight. When they try our shake, the reaction is always the same. They absolutely love it! Plus, when they find out they can get paid to share it with others and earn Same Day Pay, it only adds another level of excitement," said Brad Stewart.

For those interested in trying QuiAri products, the company offers a "90-Day Kickstart Challenge," which is an easy-to-follow 2-step program that has been producing impressive results. People who have taken the challenge have lost up to 70 pounds with the help of QuiAri's products.

For more information, visit https://quiari.com or follow them on social media @QuiAriOfficial.

About QuiAri

QuiAri provides life-changing opportunities that empower people to feel their best so they can live their best. Their breakthrough health and wellness products are made from an exclusive extract of the maqui berry, the world's new number 1 superfruit. Plus, QuiAri offers opportunities to receive Same Day Pay just by sharing their products with others. Try. Love. Share! Visit QuiAri.com to learn more.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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