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Lester Thornhill

Prior to his tenure at Life's Abundance, Lester Thornhill worked as a business consultant, identifying and creating innovative ways for companies to save time and money. He’s equipped with a strong background in I.T. and armed with an intuitive sense for business. Since becoming CEO of Life's Abundance in 2008, Lester has worked diligently to implement measures to put the company on a clear path to prosperity. Those who know him characterize him as an energetic, positive man of vision. Nothing brings Lester more satisfaction or fulfillment than helping others to succeed, not only in business but in their personal lives, too. As a leader, his tireless optimism, caring and can-do attitude have encouraged the Life's Abundance team to tackle multiple projects that have streamlined business, boosting sales and profits, even through the economic downturn. It’s that kind of people-oriented direction that’s won the admiration of not just his fellow employees, but also that of the company’s extensive network of dedicated Field Reps. Not only has his leadership garnered accolades of his peers, but also the broader business community … in 2012, they were given a ‘Florida Companies to Watch’ award for up-and-coming enterprises. His latest achievement is the successful restructuring of the business to an ESOP, an employee-owned business. Currently, he’s overseeing a rebranding effort that will increase company visibility and accessibility, opening up a world of possibilities for future growth.
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