Wake Up and Smell the Organic Coffee




Shambra Johnson is an independent distributor and former platinum leader with Organo, a global network marketing company on a mission to change lives by helping people reach new levels of balance, freedom and well-being through their premium products and business opportunity.

Organo is a corporate sponsor of the nonprofit OG Cares Foundation which supports youth by providing them with opportunities to become productive and engaged members of their communities to initiate positive change for future generations.

Distributors provide product samples; individual product sales, automated shipping options and discounted sales of Organo premium gourmet beverages, nutraceuticals and personal care products through a preferred customers program. Along with exclusive monthly product promotions and specials, this is a great way to receive hassle-free monthly shipments of favorite products at a 25 percent discount off retail prices.

For more information, visit www.Paid2Cook.MyorganoGold.com

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