Annique

  • 1000 Voortrekker Thaba Tshwane Preotria South Africa

Annique Health and Beauty Première to be held at Heartfelt Arena

On Saturday, 14 March 2015, Annique Health and Beauty will be hosting the biggest event on their calendar at Heartfelt Arena. About 1000 Annique Consultants from across South Africa and Namibia will attend this elegant affair that celebrates the company’s values, history and bright future, as well as gives recognition to the hard work of Consultants throughout the year. Special guest speakers will include Professor Jeanine Marnevick – senior researcher in the Antioxidant Research Group at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology  and a pioneer in Rooibos research – and self-made millionaire and author of The Wealth Chef, Ann Wilson. Guests will not only be entertained by the popular trio Adam, but will also stand the chance of winning a variety of lucky draws, one of which will be for a brand new Datsun Go. 

About Annique Health and Beauty

Annique has over 40 years of credibility in the Health and Beauty market. The Company was founded in 1971 by Dr Annique Theron, who experienced the natural healing power of Rooibos first hand, while caring for her daughter, Lorinda. Today the company boasts over 200 products – unique in that they contain Rooibos extract. The products range from make-up and fragrances to skin-care products, health supplements, baby care and more than 11 varieties of Rooibos tea. All products are manufactured in South Africa and the company also exports its products to 18 countries, worldwide. Currently Annique has over 20 000 Consultants in its employ, in addition to its 80+ staff at Home Office in Irene, Gauteng. 

Contact us

For more information on joining Annique or booking for this prestigious event, please call 012 345 9800 or visit our website www.annique.com. Email events@annique.com for enquiries about the Première or suggestions@annique.com for general queries. Follow Annique on Facebook (www.facebook.com/AnniqueHB) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/AnniqueHB).