North Bend woman honored for top sales in state in home-based marketing business

  • Wednesday, December 20, 2017 12:27pm
  • Business

Jeri Taylor-Swade, of North Bend, was recently awarded the SeneGence International certificate of recognition for the Top Sales of the Year in the State of Washington. SeneGence International is a long-lasting cosmetics and anti-aging products company.

Taylor-Swade has been a distributor with SeneGence International for 19 years. She also has the title of founder for the State of Washington, since she was the first person to become a SeneGence International Distributor in Washington.

Taylor-Swade started in her business 19 years ago through a chance encounter at a trade show with Joni Rogers-Kante, the founder of SeneGence. The name is a word Rogers-Kanta made up, combining senescence, the process of aging, combined with intelligence and synergy.

Taylor-Swade said she was honored to be recognized as a leader in the company she believes so strongly in.

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