Consider one of the following Watkins Distributors as your sponsor or supplier. They have taken the time to submit information about themselves so that you can make an informed choice. Selecting your sponsor is as important as the company you select!
Watkins Products Distributor Karen Goodale, USA - "I have been with Watkins now for over 6 years. I loved the products even before becoming an associate...and feel my success came from many other Watkins customers that love these products!"
Watkins Products Distributor Melody Thacker, Canada
- "My mission is "To help people improve their lives," with Watkins superior quality products for their pantry, medicine chest, home care, personal care, and our income opportunity. I provide customer service, ordering assistance, mail order catalogs and support through my web sites, e-mail, direct mail and toll free access."
Historical information about Watkins Products and the J.R. Watkins Company can be found in the book, Images of America: Watkins published by Arcadia Publishing. Here is more information from the back cover of the book:
The J.R. Watkins Company began in a back room of a small house in Plainview, Minnesota, in 1868. Through direct selling and innovative ideas like placing "Trial Marks" on bottles and offering money-back guarantees, Watkins grew from a one-man company into the world's largest direct selling company, an international corporation spanning North America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and England. Today, the company is still in business selling the liniment that founder J.R. Watkins first bottled in 1868. With the help of nearly 40,000 sales associates worldwide, the Watkins name and its quality products are instantly recognizable to customers across the globe.
Images of America: Watkins documents and shares the history of the company, the products that it manufactures and distributes, and the people who have made Watkins a household name since the 19th century. Showcasing photographs, postcards, and advertising materials from the Watkins archives, along with in-depth historical text, this book reveals and celebrates the true spirit of American entrepreneurism.
Watkins Incorporated moved from Plainview to Winona, Minnesota in 1885, and is still headquartered in the same majestic Administration Building that was built in 1911. Currently, Watkins remains an innovator with over 350 quality products available through a distribution network that includes its field sales force, catalogs, Internet site, and retail outlets. Each year, thousands of tourists visit the Watkins Museum and Administration Building to reminisce and rediscover Watkins. This book offers readers the same opportunity to experience the rich history of this extraordinary company.