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"There's a reason why we're here — we're here to impact the world."
PLANO, TX, March 24, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- WorldVentures™, the leading direct seller of global travel and leisure club memberships, drew exceptional attendance at Momentum, a major training event in Athens, Greece, from March 16 to 18, 2018, held at Athens Metropolitan Expo S.A. www.metropolitanexpo.gr. Momentum brings WorldVentures Independent Representatives together from all over Europe to build leadership skills and boost team collaboration while celebrating strength and diversity.
The event's highlights include:
1. Chief Executive Officer Josh Paine delivered an inspirational keynote, sharing valuable business lessons he's learned throughout his career. "Transformation can occur when awareness and courageous action meet," Paine said. "There's a reason why we're here — we're here to impact the world."
2. Rovia™ President Jim Menge described how DreamTrips™ is offering more options on trips, more room choices, more excursions, and more pre- and post-night availability.
3. WorldVentures Foundation™ celebrated the community's Heart to Serve, having served thousands of children worldwide in 2017.
In addition to providing incomparable training for Reps, WorldVentures events positively impact local economies through increased hotel, dining and activity spending. Momentum's 3,400-plus attendees stayed an average of three nights for the event. According to Budget Your Trip, visitors to Athens spend an average of 73 euros per person, per day, making an overall financial contribution of around 248,200 euros to the local economy during the weekend of the event.
WorldVentures Foundation, the company's charity of choice, helps local underserved children during major training events by hosting a Volunteer Day. During Momentum, the foundation's group of 250 volunteers worked with seven nearby children's charities, including Make-A-Wish® Greece, Standard National Nursery School Kallithea and "The Smile of the Child." Volunteers participated in clean-up, painting and gardening at the site locations.
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