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How does one become an Ambassador?

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Posted by Yeager on 2 years ago

I am curious since I see some people having the Ambassador tag associated with them, how does someone get that tag? Is there a formal process?

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Rick

This topic contains 5 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by Chris 2 years ago.

Replies To How does one become an Ambassador?

  • Zootal

    2 years ago

    One week and no answer?

    I must not be paying attention, because I've never noticed the ambassador tag. Our "featured member" has been the featured member for years, I don't think they ever update the featured member.

    I would imagine that to be an ambassador, you would have to be active here, helping people, and juicing as well. You probably also need to toe the line, so to speak, and basically support and promote all of the official advice, suggestions, and juice regimens and plans.

    I've been active here for a few years, but frequently find myself disagreeing with some of the things promoted here, which is why I'll probably never be an Ambassador LOL!

  • Chris

    2 years ago

    Our ambassadors: We used to run a live event annually "Camp Reboot": our ambassadors had attended these in person events as success stories, for peer support & encouragement for those that attended the camp.

  • Zootal

    2 years ago

    AHA! Thank you so much for the clarification! Do you still do these Camp Reboots?

  • Chris

    2 years ago

    No plans for one this year currently.

  • Yeager

    2 years ago

    Hmmm, sounds like a time to revamp. Also, I think we need a newer Featured Member. Shunned comes to mind rather quickly. That should be a monthly change.

    Thanks!

    CU@Healthy!

    Rick

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