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    Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    The Motion for Expedited Discovery states:

    Defendant HealtH20 Products, LLC ("HealtH20") contracted with M. D. Anderson to conduct limited in vitro testing of an "enhanced" water beverage comprised of HealtH20's purported Archaea Active formula and City of Houston tap water. (See Declaration of William Hagans attached hereto ("Hagans Decl."), ¶3, Ex. A). Such testing was limited to testing the potential anti-inflammatory properties of the water beverage as provided to M. D. Anderson (inflammation is known to be an issue faced by cancer patients). Id. Indeed, the testing conducted at M. D. Anderson was so limited and preliminary in nature that it rendered inconclusive results—the tests showed that the beverage, as tested by M. D. Anderson, may have some anti-inflammatory properties, but also, that the beverage may act as an inflammatory enhancer. Id. The report generated by M. D. Anderson specifically stated that further testing would need to be conducted. Id.

    Despite the limited and preliminary nature of the testing conducted at M. D. Anderson, Defendants have been claiming that what they, and their cadre of pyramid-based sales people are selling under the brand name Evolv, is, among other things, "backed by research" conducted at M. D. Anderson. (Hagans Decl., ¶4, Ex. B.). These statements are false for at least two unequivocal reasons: (1) Defendants, by their own admission, are not selling the product as tested by M. D. Anderson—M. D. Anderson tested the purported Archaea Active formula as combined with City of Houston tap water, whereas in their Answers to Plaintiff's Complaint, both Defendants claim that the product they are selling is not combined with City of Houston tap water; and (2) any testing conducted by M. D. Anderson was not comprehensive or for that matter, conclusive, as Defendants would have the public believe. (Compare Hagans Decl., ¶3, Ex. A with Defendant Evolv's Answer, Doc. #14, and Defendant HealtH20's Answer and Counterclaims, Doc. #13).

    Plaintiff has gathered substantial evidence of Defendants' unlawful use of Plaintiff's M. D. ANDERSON Marks, including video obtained from such well-known Web sites as YouTube. However, Plaintiff has learned that several of those videos have been removed. (Hagans Decl., ¶5.) Plaintiff believes that Defendants may be responsible for the removal of such videos and that Defendants may be in the process of destroying those videos and other evidence relevant to Plaintiff's trademark infringement and related claims.
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    The power point presentation brags of folks on target to make $10,000.00+ and $100,000.00+ per month etc. Folks should demand an Income Disclosure. http://teaminspirit.com/ppt/EVOLV.ppt

    With this lawsuit and lots of media coverage I woudn't count on this Titanic to be with us for too long.

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Evolv had a crack team in the product development department. A team of vets.....doctors of veterinary medicine that is.

    Team - Archaea Active

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    I just adore the Dallas Observer and Houston Press. They do such a great job of exposing scammers in the language the rest of us use.

    http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairp ... _marke.php

    Checking out the ingredients is even more humorous.
    Ingredients - Archaea Active

    The ingredients are alfala, milk whey and ezymes including Amylase, Bromelain, Cellulase, Lactase, Lipase, Papain and Protease enzymes. These ingredients are very cheap and readily available.

    Alfalfa:
    alfalfa - Vitacost

    There are numerous choices for pennies a serving.

    Milk Whey:
    If you want the protein from milk then why not go straight to the source? Also it is found in many supplements here- milk whey - Vitacost

    Enzymes:
    enzymes - Vitacost Vitacost has 401 choices starting a 2 cents per capsule.

    An 8 ounce glass of milk at $3 a gallon is 19 cents a serving. It has 8 grams of protein. The Evolv water is $55-65 dolllars a case plus shipping. That is $2.29 - $2.70 a bottle plus shipping which will be around $15 per case. So add .63 to the figures and the water is $2.92 - $3.33 a bottle. How many people are going to spend that kind of money on fancy water????

    Let's see the exact information on the Evolv label!


    Ouch! Zero water it is!!!

    So, just how much is in the "miracle water"? Since it would cost pennies to purchase the ingredients why would I join a pyramid scheme to get readily available ingredients--if I was even going to bother supplementing with that stuff in the first place? Evolv better get some more rigorous testing and double-blind studies underway, because this deal is looking sillier and sillier by the moment!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Do you want to be an Evolvinaire?

    Hear the announcement by Trey and Brent.
    http://blog.evolvhealth.com/2010/06/...-the-industry/

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    M.D. Anderson Sues Over Water - Video - KPRC Houston

    That video is explosive. MD Anderson has plenty to say about the dishonest solicitations being made using their name and the sales model where reps gone wild across the net can publish and say things that are misleading and dishonest. Trey White and his flunkies refused to comment.

    M.D. Anderson Sues Over Water - Houston News Story - KPRC Houston

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    According to this article,MD Anderson is being counter-sued:

    The two water companies have counter-sued M.D. Anderson, arguing they have the right to say M.D, Anderson performed the tests.
    ETA: you beat me to the punch with the later article, SBM. :D

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Dr. Stephen Barrett of Quackwatch shares:
    <H2>M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Does Not|
    Endorse Evolv Spring Water

    Stephen Barrett, M.D.

    EvolvHealth, LLC is a multilevel company headquartered in Dallas, Texas. It's featured product is a bottled water water called Evolv, which it claims will convey many health benefits. The company's Web site claims that "Evolv's beverage combines the Archaea Active formula with natural spring water to combine the health benefits of hydration with
    increased stamina, energy and endurance" [1] and "may" help to maintain circulation; support the immune system; enhance absorption of important nutrients; restore mental alertness; and "neutralize harmful toxins." [2].
    Evolv's benefits are said to result from "unique Archaea Active proprietary technology and backed by studies and testimonials from world-renowned research centers and everyday people like you." The Archaea Active™ formula is said to be made from extracts of alfalfa, milk whey protein, and seven enzymes that undergo manufacturing processes that "remove most all traces of the initial ingredients, leaving behind only picomolar levels of the Archaea Active™ formula." [3] "Picomolar levels" refers to concentrations expressed as trillionths of a gram.


    I can't judge whether the original extracts contain enough nutrients to have any nutritional effect. But even if they did, diluting them to one trillionth of their original concentrations would negate all or most of that effect. Moreover:
    • Alfalfa—concentrated or not—produces no health benefit.
    • If any enzymes survive the manufacturing process, their concentration will be too small to be meaningful.
    • Any whey protein that remains would be trivial compared to the amount of equivalent protein in the average diet.
    • To demonstrate a special health benefit, Evolv would have to be proven in many human clinical trials—and you can safely bet that no such proof exists.
    For all of the above considerations—and more—there's no logical reason to believe that Evolv offers any health benefit beyond that of other bottled waters or of ordinary tap water.
    Dubious Marketing


    From its inception, EvolvHealth's marketing has been centered around statements that the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center has tested its product. In the "OFFICIAL Evolv Introductory Video," for example, Evolv's founder and chairman Trey White, states:
    Evolv is our product. A breakthrough science—a science backed up by documented studies from the country's top-ranked medical research institutions, the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Center in Houston. . .
    It's true that MDACC conducted some tests, but it would be incorrect to conclude that the tests found any health value or that MCACC endorses any of EvolvHealth's claims. EvolvHealth merely hired the MDACC to conduct a few tests related to possible antiinflammatory activity in cell culture preparations. The tests did not determine efficacy or toxicity, and the results are not applicable to humans. In September 2009, MDACC became sufficiently concerned about the company's marketing to issue the following notice:
    We Don't Recommend You Drink the Water ...
    Wendy Gottsegen
    Director, External Communications
    M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
    September 9, 2009


    We also don't recommend that you don't drink the water, either. Confused? Well there seems to be buzz on the Internet about a type of water that a Dallas-based company is marketing and this water's relationship to M.D. Anderson.
    So we thought we'd un-muddy the water for our patients, employees and supporters. M. D. Anderson doesn't recommend the water.
    What we did do was test the water (this time the pun is not intended) for the company, who compensated us to do so. The tests were very specific, not comprehensive and the results were turned over to the company without interpretation by M.D. Anderson experts.
    Because of the advanced equipment at our institution, we get requests from industry from time to time to use the equipment for commercial endeavors. We evaluate these requests, and if it's not disruptive to patient care and research, we may accommodate for a fee. This is what happened in the case of the water from Dallas.
    M.D. Anderson is focused on patient care, research, education and prevention of cancer. You'd be hard-pressed to get us to stray from that mission, so when you see us appear to recommend something not necessarily related to cancer, please ask questions. In fact, please call us at 877-MDA-6789 and let us know.
    Our lawyers have crafted some nice language fully explaining this situation. Please share it with anybody who might ask you about M.D. Anderson and some newfangled "nutraceutical" water from Dallas.
    M. D. Anderson statement:
    Recently, you may have heard or read about a company that sells Evolv, a "nutraceutical beverage," which is being promoted in part based upon testing done at The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, but also is being mistakenly viewed as endorsed by M.D. Anderson. M.D. Anderson conducted limited chemical analysis of the product to evaluate its anti-inflammatory activity for a fee at the request of the manufacturer. No efficacy or toxicity data were generated at M.D. Anderson nor was the product tested on humans. Moreover, M.D. Anderson does not have any involvement with the company, the product is not produced by M.D. Anderson, and M.D. Anderson does not endorse the product or recommend its use.
    Despite this announcement, EvolvHealth has continued to falsely imply that MDACC found something useful or in some way endorses its product. As of this writing (October 15, 2009), one page on the Archaea Active site acknowledges that MDACC does not endorse or recommend Evolv's product. However, EvolvHealth's promotional videos and printed and Web-based marketing materials have not been modified.
    Income Potential

    EvolvHealth's Official Welcome Video states that the company's cutting edge marketing tools and training will "assure your success and financial freedom." I don't believe that because in addition to being overhyped, it is overpriced. The posted retail price is $55 per case of 24 16.9-ounce bottles, which is $2.29 per bottle. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that the demand for bottled water has been falling and that in the first quarter of 2009, the average price in the United States was $1.35 per gallon [4]. That's about 18 cents per 16,9-ounce bottle. In other words, Evolv is priced at nearly 13 times the cost of the average bottled water product.
    The Bottom Line

    Despite the hype, there's no logical reason to believe that drinking Evolv will provide any special health benefit. The fact that EvolvHealth continues to imply that M.D. Anderson has found Evolv effective is a sign of dishonesty. And its high price compared to other bottled water products will make it difficult for distributors to achieve business success.
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Quote Originally Posted by Emet View Post
    According to this article,MD Anderson is being counter-sued:



    ETA: you beat me to the punch with the later article, SBM. :D
    That is hilarious. Evolv doesn't have a snowball's chance in Hell of prevailing. That should give us a lot more amusing court documents to post however!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Christopher with Multi-Billionaire Founder of Mr. Trey White.
    Hello, my name is Christopher Paul Mitchell. I'm a part of Team T.O.P.G.U.N. EXP in . I created this website to show everyday, normal people just like myself how to get rich in a home based business. I don't care if you're black or white, young or old, male or female, a high school dropout or a college graduate, my team and I can help you become wealthy with .

    I grew up in what some people would say is a challenging life. My parents divorced when I was just four years old. My mom died of radiation and chemotherapy when I was nine years old. My abusive father kicked me out of the house at the age of fifteen. I used my life savings ($550) to buy a plane ticket and I moved to California at the age of eighteen.

    I've lived in my car; I've lived in a motel with roaches in the bathtub; I've lived in a friend's garage on the concrete floor; and I've even been homeless before. So, if you've been through a lot in your life, trust me, I can relate to you.

    I was dead broke for the first twenty five years of my life. One unforgettable day in Santa Monica, California I met an amazing man by the name of Sal Williams who changed my life by introducing me to Network Marketing.

    Not only is going to become the fastest growing Network Marketing company of all time, Evolv is also going to grow faster than ANY company of all time! is no joke! Founded by Multi-Billionaire Trey White it is our goal to make into a Billion dollar company within our first two years in business.

    The time to get envolved with is right now! As of March 26th is a brand new start up company on the ground floor. Timing in business is everything! The timing for is absolutely crucial. Now is your chance to become a part of a life changing, Billion dollar company before it hits critical mass.

    Join me and my mentor Robert Dean Jr. and let us welcome you to our Team T.O.P.G.U.N. EXP. Our goal is to create 500 multi-millionaires within the next few years with . We have a proven system in place that guarantees success if you can simply follow directions. is predicted to create more millionaires than Microsoft. Join our team and let us help you change your life.

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    I assume you boys can verify Trey's / Roscoe Frederick White's multi-billionaire status. I sure wouldn't want to have to prove that up in court! And, if those earnings claims don't pan out it could get very ugly!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Let's see how real businessman promote their product:

    Evolvscum2.jpg

    But, wait is there a legitimate product? I think he is just recruiting suckers for his downline by waving piles of play money. Go play Monopoly son, that is the only time smart people will have anything to do with clowns waving bills around!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Contact Team Inspirit for event and ticket information.
    Evolv Team Inspirit Awards & Leadership Training Event
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    But wait! Something is missing. The lying scammers had posted about 9 multi-million dollar earners and a billion dollar earner and then they removed that fraudulent solicitiation when I e-mailed the Evolv scammers and informed them that all that was in the hands of the Texas Attorney General's Office.

    They also should clarify the million dollar prize is not being given out until this fall and not at this TeamInScamming meeting.

    Obviously, it isn't any problem to get tickets to this MLM scammers' gathering. I wonder if they will discuss the suit MD Anderson has filed against these goons? Using their name to promote a product of dubious value promoted pyramid style seems like grounds for a winning suit to me. We should see a lot more very scathing news coverage related to that!

    I demand the scammers substantiate those multi-million dollar earner claims. Who are these multi-million dollar earners. Folks that want more info about one of the named multi-millionaire earners are welcome to e-mail me and I will provide much more enlightening information!

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Everyone agrees on that: Evolv (which is also known as HealtH20 or EvolvHealth), paid M.D. Anderson to test its some of its water, which, according to the hospital, ain't nothing but Houston tap water with some stuff in it.
    LOL...I guess any endorsement is a good endorsement?
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Team InScamming says:
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    GARRETT MCGRATH has 19 years experience in the network marketing industry as a top earner and has built organizations of 25,000+ people in 14 countries. An internationally sought after speaker and trainer, Mr. McGrath has been the Master Distributor for four companies. SYLVIA MCGRATH has 19 years of marketing experience, including Vice President of Marketing for a network marketing company, and Vice President of Sales and Marketing for a design firm with Fortune 500 clientele. This dynamic husband-and-wife team has worked together since 1999, combining their world-class skills in sales, marketing, coaching and leadership training to provide mentoring, national broadcasts, events, tools, training and leading entire network marketing organizations to success.


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    These are the clowns that hosted the shindig this past Saturday that claimed multi-millionaire earners would be there. I sent them documentation to refute some of those claims and they completely ignored me. They are the very reason it is said that MLMs are filled with liars, frauds and con artist. Where is the substantiation for those lofty claims?

    The Texas Attorney General's office now has all those lofty claims and some scathing documentation to refute them. How long will the scammers continue to wink at this obvious deception? Between the AG's office and the suit Md Anderson was forced to file to get their name off of this pyramid scheme sold zero water, I would say the days for this scum bum deal are definitely numbered. Who in their right mind woud join knowing the world renowned cancer center had to sue to preserve their good name?

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Sylvia and Garrett are multi-million dollar earners living in a house like this:
    Value
    2010 Proposed Values
    Improvement:
    Land:
    Market Value: $305,310
    + $163,130
    =$468,440

    Revaluation Year: 2010
    Previous Revaluation Year: 2007
    And, they are so confident in the future of Evolv that they are renting. Multi-millionaire earners can't afford to buy a house in Dallas which is one of the cheapest housing markets in the nation???

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    I am so excited about this MLM/cant lose/wonderful business proposition that has given me that final push into launching my very own Jibber Juice on the world market.
    Im gonna contact these guys first thing tomorrow for their expert help.I probably wont sleep tonight---Im so excited---just think,if they can do it with tap-water,then Im gonna be a zillionaire---!Whahooooo.
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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    TEAM INSPIRIT (TM) - TOOLS TO BUILD YOUR EVOLV BUSINESS
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    Great leadership from professional business people, LOL!!! None as in exactly zero of the links on that page work. Team InScamming Scammers-in-Chief don't have to work too hard. The top of the pyramid promoters just sit on their laurels while the downline endlessly recruits and they rake it in on the sign-up fees, large kits and intitial orders. Of course, those poor slobs in the downline have to recruit furiously as the newbies drop out like flies when they realize they are paying around 3 dollars a bottle for zero water.

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    Links work for me. My personal favorite:

    http://www.teaminspirit.com/pdf/host_area_event.pdf

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center

    The links don't work in Explorer for me, but do work fine in Mozilla. Why, I'll be a monkeys uncle!

    We are still left with the real problem though of those thousands they are going to recruit who are at the bottom of this pyramid and can't make any money while the few on top tell them they just need to have more faith and it will happen in God's time. Certainly, there are few if any customers. Who would pay 65 dollars a case plus shipping when a rep gets the water for 55 dollars plus shipping? How long will it take the recruits to figure out that a glass of milk, fresh Alfalfa or a pill and an enzyme tablet would give one exponentially greater amounts of the ingredients in the water for a mere fraction of the price?

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    Re: Trey White's Evolv Water vs. World Renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center



    We have scammers Trey White, Jason Fraser and Brent Hicks in the above photo clearly imbibing something besides the magic water. Mrs. Michelle Fraser says:
    Just an update on my mother... some of you know that she tested very low (85%) when we tested her O2 levels. She has felt terrible for the past 5 months. She has now had Evolv in her fridge and been drinking 2 a day for about the past week. She went to the doc and tested at 99%!!! She says she has felt better this ...week than she has in months... yeah, Evolv!! This is a huge answer to my prayers... seeing her suffer and feeling like I could do nothing has been awful. I am so grateful for this product. Hope you all will consider getting a case and seeing what it can do for you! Michelle
    Hold on to you horses there lady. This zero water has virtually nothing in it. A 16 ounce glass of milk has 16 grams of whey protein. The Alfala, which has more protein per ounce than milk and lots of other vitamins and minerals, can be enjoyed fresh on a salad and in a capsule and the enzymes are readily and cheaply available in pill form. I can get exponentially greater amounts of the ingredients in this magic water for a fraction of the cost.

    What is in the water that is provdiding this alleged therapeutic benefit? Why would I pay $55 a case plus shipping to get water that has common, cheap and readily available ingredients? A normal diet contains tons more than zero grams of protein in a day. Where are the major pharmaceutical companies. With the myriad of lofty claims they should be battling it out to get the rights to this secret formula so they can test it and market it. That is where the big bucks are. As MD Anderson is suing them the savvy have figured out just how worthless the stuff likely is.

    I will be anxiously awaiting all the testing on this zero water. Forget the million dollar recruitment prize, Trey, and have the secret formula tested further!

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    ...some of you know that she tested very low (85%) when we tested her O2 levels. She has felt terrible for the past 5 months. She has now had Evolv in her fridge and been drinking 2 a day for about the past week. She went to the doc and tested at 99%!!!
    Arggh. the bastardization of science and medical technology drives me crazy. A one or two time pulse ox reading is meaningless.

    Woo, I say, woo.
    I wonder if she received a gold star for her stellar oxygenation performance. Mr. Frazer is putting out an awful lot of other gases.

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    This guy promoting Evolv is boviously the braintrust of the century:
    Evolv Health – Serving Up Quality Water

    by Donny on January 26, 2010

    The booming wellness industry has touched all products and include even ordinary water. Actually Evolv water is far from ordinary though it is designed to be consumed like regular water.

    Using technology that essentially uses oxygenation to clean and restore contaminated environments and organisms, Evolv water has created a variation on H2O that is earning hundreds of testimonials about its effectiveness.

    The process called bioremediation is the result of 15 years worth of research by the

    The chemical called Archaea Active plays a key role in the bioremediation process and is responsible for the key benefits of Evolv water.

    Evolv health is the entity in charge of overseeing the direct marketing program of Evolv.
    Does Donny need some of that bioremediation for those addled brain cells -- all two of them????? He does sound like he is contaminated and needs to seriously sober up!

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    The nutty promotions continue. It seems pretty desperate to have to keep offering cash incentives like this, doesn't it? How about some real science to back up all the lofty claims instead!

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    It is interesting who they have picked to speak.

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    I was puzzled who this Robert Dean (GPD) was that was on the poster.

    Thought GPD was some sort of a medical designation.

    But I was wrong.

    See GPD stands for Global Presidential Director.



    We welcomed Robert Dean, Jr. and his T.O.P.G.U.N. team to the Evolv family in early January. Since then he has brought on thousands of new Evolvers and has quickly advanced to the rank of Global Presidential Director.

    The guy sure gets around!

    "It’s no longer news that Robert Dean Jr., Tahiti Noni’s No. 1 distributor has left TNI. And I suppose it’s also no longer news that he has pitched tent with Mona Vie, another network marketing company."

    And now Evolve!

    "So let’s see why this guy is a industry legend.

    In 2001 he discovered that a new network marketing company, Tahiti Noni International.

    Within a very short time, Robert Dean had become the top distributor at TNI. His team—known as the Top Gun Team—remains the most successful team in the history of Tahiti Noni International.

    The team is made up of 12 multimillionaires—Barry Byrd, Herschel Gibbs, Donna Allen, James Tucker, etc. And the list kept growing. In fact, Roberts’ stated mission is to create 500 millionaires through network marketing.

    Then he moved again. He was making well over $300,000 per month with his TNI business, During the later part of 2009 we were all greeted with the rumors that Robert Dean was moving away from TNI to Mona Vie."


    A Practical Review Of Robert Dean Jr. — From Tni To Mona Vie

    And now he shows up at Evolv.

    Wonder what kind of deal they offered him?
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    Introducing Robert Dean and the Evolvers:

    What company in the real world would hire boneheads like this as salesman???

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