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dōTERRA's annual global convention will be a virtual experience this year

Posted at 1:29 PM, Sep 04, 2020

dōTERRA's annual global convention will be a virtual experience in 2020. The Global Connection will be September 9-12.

Emily Wright, Founder Executive, Global Leadership Development, says as much as they wanted to get together with their dōTERRA family to celebrate, because of the current global pandemic, and to ensure the safety of everyone, the annual convention will be a virtual experience, held online as a global connection.

Wright says pivoting to a completely online experience in a matter of a few months provided some challenges. But their amazing team members went all out to create an engaging experience for all audiences.

Pursue 2020 will have something for everyone. There is some great introductory essential oils information, and enough to answer your most complicated questions about the science and chemistry of essential oils.

As always, convention is still the first place to find out about new dōTERRA products that will be released.

One exciting segment in lieu of the product showcase will be an interactive online experience to learn how to use specific products around the house. It's called dōTERRA's Home.

Pursue 2020 will be a non-intimidating, educational way to learn about how to use essential oils in your everyday life. You'll also learn why dōTERRA is different, and how their commitment to science, education and purity drives everything that they do.

Everyone is welcome and tickets are only $30 for access to all online content available through the end of October

To learn more about convention and to sign up, visit

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