Chicago is where the nightlife is!

We’re in Chicago right around St. Patty's day. And I know you’re thinking, “Not another green-with-envy comment.” All joking aside, if you were here with us celebrating the grandeur of Arbonne and the FC5 products, you would be!

And, yes, if you’re not wearing green, you still get pinched. (Even if you just washed your hair with FC5 Nourishing Daily Shampoo. I’m serious about this one.)

St. Patrick’s Day is a week-long extravaganza in this city. Saturday the river was turned green and by the end of Sunday, multiple parades had entertained the masses. But little did they know that the hippest parade of all was about to start. And fitting that FC5’s star attraction—our beloved green bottle of Nourishing Daily Shampoo—arrived in town just in time for the party!

The Road Tour crew hit the ground running and set up the room in a flash. Which we always do, and was a good thing, because the attendees arrived early not wanting to miss a single thing and by the time the doors opened at 4 p.m., we had folks already registered and lined up outside the ballroom.

We had fabulous crew of volunteers led by Becky, Kim Kearns assistant, who was a huge help prior to the event and throughout the night. The volunteers moved on in and made the event their own. They did a fantastic job. I mean it. They’re now in the running for “FC5 Volunteers of the Month.”

The presentations were fantastic. I believe this is the first time we had a mother and daughter team present. Heidi Kniss spoke at 6 p.m. and her mother Shelly Nelson spoke at 8. There was not an empty seat in the house.

Canada was in the house! Stuart MacMillan who emceed really pushed to have Canada attend and they showed up, in large numbers. There was a great turnout of guests being introduced to Arbonne for the first time. Jon and Slade our resident photographers were there shooting photos and interviews, capturing the mood once again. It was non-stop the entire evening and everything ran smooth.

Grab your parkas, ‘cause we’re headed to the land of (frozen) lakes. See you in Minnesota!

If you were with us in Chicago, let’s hear your side of the story. Leave a comment!

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