“We were on vacation in the Pacific Northwest,” Ron said, “and we were coming through Idaho when we got into Nampa. Part of our discussion during our vacation trip was that I’ve got to do something different. I’m feeling horrible, my health is going downhill.
“As we were going by the highway there in Nampa, I looked up and saw a building with green stripes that says ‘Nutrition that works!’ I had a feeling that my problem was poor nutrition.”
The Hills turned around at the next freeway exit and made their way back to the green AIM building. They spoke with AIM employees Keith Duff, Linda Charters, and Darla Upton, who explained how AIM nutritional supplements could assist with improving their health.
“I said, ‘I don’t know what’s going on here, but I would like to talk to somebody about nutrition, so tell me what you’ve got and what you think,’” Ron said. “We were just tag teaming with all three of those individuals there, and for the next couple hours, every question I asked they had an answer.
“We had so many different questions, lead-ins and scenarios. It didn’t matter what I came up with, they had somebody who had overcome it.”
When the Hills returned home to Colorado, they began taking the many AIM product samples they had been given, among them AIM ProPeas®, AIM fit ‘n fiber®, AIMega®, AIM RevitaFem™, and AIM Para 90®. The results were incredible.
“Since we started taking AIM products, I’ve lost ten pounds, and Ron’s lost twenty pounds,” Mary Ann said. “It’s just the products and vitamins doing what they’re supposed to.”
The Hills’ excitement about AIM has extended into sharing the products with others. Ron and Mary Ann report that co-workers are always interested in what they are drinking, and the Hills are starting to introduce the products to their five children and eight grandchildren.
“Everything that we’ve tried has been collectively helpful to us,” Ron said. “Now we’re looking at how people are doing this as a business, and we’re wondering if we can do that too.”