My Story: Rosey and Al Dosch

Knuckle Down, Buckle Down
Rosey and Al Dosch, of Frederick, South Dakota, were working hard to make ends meet when Al saw an ad for Reliv in the local farm magazine. The couple called and agreed to attend a Tuesday Opportunity Meeting.
In February 2007, the Doschs came in as Master Affiliates and immediately began setting up booths at local fairs and health expos. “By the end of March, we had 70 customers,” Rosey says. “We made $6,000 our first month and have been averaging $2,500 to $4,000 a month since.”
Rosey and Al, who are now Key Directors, continue to use the events to expand their customer and Distributor base. They give out cards to people who want more information and send a Success from Home magazine to anyone who responds. “It’s been a great help to us and to our nine Master Affiliates,” Rosey says.
“We started our business with a sense of urgency,” Rosey continues. “Al said we’d have one month — March 2007 — before he went back to his construction job. That motivated us to master every element of the System. For us, failure was not an option and we’ve succeeded beyond our wildest dreams. We just knuckle down, buckle down, do it, do it, do it!”

3 thoughts on “My Story: Rosey and Al Dosch

  1. Hi Al and Rosey, We met you at Reno Convention. I have a potential customer with neck and headache issue. Can you send us your phone number to make contact with you

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  2. Hi Al and Rosey, We met you at Reno Convention. I have a potential customer with neck and headache issue. Can you send us your phone number to make contact with you

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  3. Hi Al and Rosey, We met you at Reno Convention. I have a potential customer with neck and headache issue. Can you send us your phone number to make contact with you

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