There was also a bit of controversy over Forever Living’s original seagull-themed logo, with author Richard Bach successfully suing Forever Living for I couldn’t find any specific information pertaining to a settlement, however Forever Living did change their logo from the seagull to the current eagle design they use today.
Those two legal issues aside, Forever Living Products recorded $2.5 billion USD in revenue for the year 2010.
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Based out of the US state of Arizona, Forever Living Products is headed up by Founder and CEO, Rex Maughan.
Maughan (right) came from a real-estate, accounting and construction background prior to launching Forever Living Products, but has remained with the company since launch.
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