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Are you looking for a unique home based business opportunity and a high quality upline mentor that can help you to begin to make extra income from home? If so then here's a unique mlm opportunity that you should take a careful look at.

Based on our careful review of the opportunity we believe it's fits all the criteria of a high quality excellent home based business opportunity. See the details below:

EXCITING NEW NETWORK MARKETING OPPORTUNITY:

NAME: Mark Huges

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Mark Reynolds Hughes was born to father Stuard Hartman (not "Stuart", per birth certificate) and mother Jo Ann Hughes. His parents divorced in 1970, when Mark was 14, and his mother retained custody of Mark. At this point, the family survived on welfare payments with Hughes' mother suffering from �emotional problems.� She battled obesity and tension via amphetamines and sleeping pills. In the ninth grade Hughes dropped out of school and began using drugs himself. �I was a little delinquent,� he says. �I got in trouble with the law. At 16, he was sent to CEDU High School, a private residential school for troubled youngsters in Running Springs, CA whose origins went back to a cult founded in 1958. Part of Hughes' CEDU rehab required him to raise money by selling raffle tickets. Hughes became the school�s best salesman. �The approval there was based on how much funds you raised,� Hughes told People magazine in 1985. �There was a lot of pressure, and I wanted to be the best right away.� Hughes was 19 years old and still working for CEDU when his mother died in her apartment of a accidental drug overdose on April 27, 1975. According to the autopsy report, several Mark Reynolds Hughes was born to father Stuard Hartman (not "Stuart", per birth certificate) and mother Jo Ann Hughes. His parents divorced in 1970, when Mark was 14, and his mother retained custody of Mark. At this point, the family survived on welfare payments with Hughes' mother suffering from �emotional problems.� She battled obesity and tension via amphetamines and sleeping pills. In the ninth grade Hughes dropped out of school and began using drugs himself. �I was a little delinquent,� he says. �I got in trouble with the law.� At 16, he was sent to CEDU High School, a private residential school for troubled youngsters in Running Springs, CA whose origins went back to a cult founded in 1958. Part of Hughes' CEDU rehab required him to raise money by selling raffle tickets. Hughes became the school�s best salesman. �The approval there was based on how much funds you raised,� Hughes told People magazine in 1985. �There was a lot of pressure, and I wanted to be the best right away.� Hughes was 19 years old and still working for CEDU when his mother died in her apartment of a accidental drug overdose on April 27, 1975. Mark Reynolds Hughes was born to father Stuard Hartman (not "Stuart", per birth certificate) and mother Jo Ann Hughes. His parents divorced in 1970, when Mark was 14, and his mother retained custody of Mark. At this point, the family survived on welfare payments with Hughes' mother suffering from �emotional problems.� She battled obesity and tension via amphetamines and sleeping pills. In the ninth grade Hughes dropped out of school and began using drugs himself. �I was a little delinquent,� he says. �I got in trouble with the law.� At 16, he was sent to CEDU High School, a private residential school for troubled youngsters in Running Springs, CA whose origins went back to a cult founded in 1958. Part of Hughes' CEDU rehab required him to raise money by selling raffle tickets. Hughes became the school�s best salesman. �The approval there was based on how much funds you raised,� Hughes told People magazine in 1985. �There was a lot of pressure, and I wanted to be the best right away.�[2] Hughes was 19 years old and still working for CEDU when his mother died in her apartment of a accidental drug overdose on April 27, 1975. According to the autopsy report, several empty vials of prescription drugs were found beside her bed, and her doctor told the coroner she "was known to over-ingest her prescription drugs." Toxicological tests showed potentially lethal levels of the painkiller Darvon in her system. Out of a a lot of termoil Mark Hughes started one of the world's most famous network marketing or MLM companies which is called Herbalife. Now an international company. Herbalife faced some bad press in recent years over a controversial documentary that came out called: Betting on Zero. But has fought back and made radical changes in the company itself to correct issues that were raised in the movie. Overall Herbalife is still one of the largest and most renown companies in the mlm industry.

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