NetworkNewsBreaks – Sharing Services, Inc. (SHRV) Subsidiary Aims to Increase Consumer Health with Patented Nutritional Products

Diversified holding company Sharing Services (OTC: SHRV) recently named Stephen Gould Corp. as the new fulfillment and distribution partner to support its wholly owned subsidiary, Elevacity Global. An article discussing the company reads: “Elevacity is a company created to elevate the consumer’s health, wealth and happiness through patented nutritional products that are coupled with virtual success training and integrated with a unique rewards program. The company offers products such as ketogenic coffee creamer, appetite suppressants, skincare products and nutritional supplements. This health-and-wellness company is a newly debuted division of SHRV utilizing the direct selling power of home-based independent sales representatives called ‘Elepreneurs.’ The debut of Elevacity contributed to SHRV’s significant sales growth in March. Thatch attributes the success of the debut and sales growth to the Elepreneurs flawless execution of a go-to-market strategy coupled with quality products and training.”

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About Sharing Services, Inc.

Sharing Services, Inc. (SHRV) is a diversified holding company specializing in the direct selling industry. SHRV owns, operates, or controls an interest in a variety of companies that either sell products to the consumer directly through independent representatives or offers services that range from health and wellness, energy, technology, insurance services, training, media and travel benefits. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SharingServicesInc.com.

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