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Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.
Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.

Chuck Slaughter, founder & president of Living Goods, holding a mama kit, sold to expectant mothers, to insure sanitary & safe delivery in a hospital. Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala,

Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.
Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.

Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.

Sauda Baubidia, 28, says working for the Living Goods team "has moved me from zero to a hero." Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.
Sauda Baubidia, 28, says working for the Living Goods team "has moved me from zero to a hero." Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.

Sauda Baubidia, 28, says working for the Living Goods team "has moved me from zero to a hero." Using the direct selling methods developed by Avon, American Chuck Slaughter set up a not-for-profit medical company called Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda.

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Duct Tape Festival

Dave Horwedel of Avon, dressed as Doc Brown, rides the Back to the Future float at the 10th annual Duct Tape Festival in Avon, OH. on Saturday, June 15, 2013.Photo by Ken Blaze for NBC.com