Market America named to Fast 50 in Triad Business Journal

Earlier this week, Internet retailer, Market America was named to the Triad Business Journal’s Fast 50. This is the 6th year that Market America has been named to the Triad’s Fast 50 list. Take a moment to read through our growth story from this past year and to see where we’re at and what countries we have our sites set on next.

Congratulations everyone for their hard work and dedication, as Market America continues to make things bigger, better, faster and easier for anyone looking to shop on the Internet!

Market America ranked 25th on Fast 50 Triad Business Journal

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

12 thoughts on “Market America named to Fast 50 in Triad Business Journal

  1. Congrats JR and the executive team! YOU are the ones who inspire us to be the best we can be. I’m blessed to be part of this great company and don’t take for granted all the hard work you do for the betterment of us in the field. YOUR belief and dedication to us is the opposite of the what is found in corporate America. A true team (family)with the same goal. Amazing!
    Best,
    Renae

  2. Just became a distributor with M.A. to have a future of possible Dreams. I am a Building contractor and the economy hit us pretty good. through fate and good Karma, I met a great man competing at the archery world championships his name is Keith Doyle. He has been a mentor and a brother to my wife and I through the whole process of becoming an un-francise owner of M.A. we have been involved for about 3 weeks have signed up 2 people of our own and our team is using our portal regularly and have been using our products of M.A.( which are bar none the best I have ever used)This is the Future with Market America, and for my family and I. NO GIMMICKS, just Quality in every way. With the guidance of our ups,Missy and Jon and our great friends Keith and Zak Doyle you will soon Know our Name, and our face.Thank You J.R. and hope to see you in November at the Regionals Thanks again Scott and Jaclyn Stone

  3. WE JOINED MA IN APRIL AND SINCE THAT TIME WE HAVE MET THE MOST ENTHUSISTIC AND FUN PEOPLE WE HAVE EVER KNOWN. IF ALL ELSE FAILED THE EXPERINCE HAS BEEN WORTH IT. THE ONLY WAY IT WONT WORK IS IF WE QUICT AND THAT IS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN. IM 73 YEARS OLD SO WE HAVE TO MAKE IT HAPPEN REAL FAST IF I AM GOING TO ENJOY 20 YEARS OF RETIREMENT. WE LOVE OUR BUSINESS AND OUR PRODUCTS. WE ARE ON THE FAST TRACK. SEE YOU ALL IN FLORIDA.
    MICK&SUE

  4. I am so grateful to be part of the Market America family. Thanks to the vision of JR and Loren, the commitment of the Corporate Team!
    I was crossing the Pacific 24 years ago on my way to this country as an immigrant, I had many American dreams in my mind — of wealth, fame, successful, and so on. Of course, there wasn’t easy for me to find such tend to push myself to success(I learned a hard way, BUT I NEVER GIVE UP MY DREAM!).
    How often do we start moving in one direction, face opposition and then quit? You had a great idea, you had tremendous passion, but once the real work came, you wore yourself out! It happens all the time to even the strongest willed people. They give up right before the good stuff is about to happen.
    What if Columbus gave up? Think about this: On October 10, 1492, Columbus’ journal read: “Here the people could stand it no longer and complained of the long voyage; but the Admiral cheered them as best he could, holding out good hope of the advantages they would have. He added that it was useless to complain. He had come to the Indies, and so had to continue until he found them, with the help of our Lord.”
    We know what happened two days later: They found America!

    Don’t give up your dream and go now and go after your purpose in life, you only have one chance.
    Make it happen with MA……

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>