April 25, 2012
Immediately following Convention 2012, 4Life executives were recognized with a Utah Genius Award for the company’s work in patent and trademark protection.
Utah Genius recognizes the creative people and companies behind Utah’s economy. The awards are based on objective statistics from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, not votes. As such, there is no nomination process.
Masters of Ceremony KSL Newsradio Amanda Dickson: “The value of a community is determined by the quality and creativity of its minds.”
Banquet speakers included: Utah Lt. Governor Bell and President and CEO of Deseret News and Deseret Digital Media Clark Gilbert. Distinguished Professor Dr. Stephen C. Jacobsen from the University of Utah’s Mechanical Engineering Department received the Utah Genius Lifetime Achievement Award.
Senior Vice President of Marketing Trent Tenney accepted the award in downtown Salt Lake City. “It’s an honor to receive the Utah Genius Award,” he stated. “This recognition is a reflection of the work we’re doing to protect the 4Life opportunity for our distributors today and for generations to come.”
4Life Founder and CEO David Lisonbee launched 4Life Research in 1998 with one patent and a steadfast commitment to scientific integrity. Today, 4Life holds nine worldwide patents with dozens more pending. Additionally, the company has been granted more than 500 product registrations. In 2011, 4Life acquired eleven trademarks. Independent distributors have used the company’s foundation of science to build one of the most successful direct selling business opportunities in the world.
4Life has offices on five continents to serve a global network of independent distributors through science, success, and service.