dōTERRA Continues to Expand and Announces New Product Center in Mexico


November 19, 2015

Wellness Advocates located in D.F. will now have the convenience of a close Product Center, allowing better access to doTERRA essential oils and products for their families and customers.

doTERRA is pleased to announce the opening of a 2,700-square-foot office and Product Center in Mexico. The grand opening will be celebrated with a ribbon cutting on November 20, 2015, with hundreds of Wellness Advocates attending.

The new Product Center, located at Insurgentes Sur 800 piso 19 Colonia del Valle C.P. 03100 México, D.F., will serve thousands of Wellness Advocates in and around Mexico City. The Product Center is located near the World Trade Center, providing convenient, easy access for Wellness Advocates to pick up product, meet with colleagues and friends, and share their knowledge of essential oils through workshops and trainings. doTERRA Founding Executives David Stirling and Emily Wright will be attending the celebration.

"We are thrilled with the success we are seeing in Mexico and are very optimistic about future growth," said David Stirling, doTERRA Founding Executive, CEO & President. "With top leadership and a rapidly expanding consumer base in Mexico City and the surrounding area, it makes sense to open an office and Product Center in D.F. We look forward to meeting Wellness Advocates from the area and appreciate how hard they work to promote health and wellness through doTERRA essential oils."

With this new office, Wellness Advocates in D.F. will now have a great space for training as they continue to grow their businesses with doTERRA. The Product Center will be open to the public, where Mexicans can learn about essential oils and experience doTERRA products.

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