American Country Awards Recap of the Backstage with Nerium!

By December 12, 2013Uncategorized
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It looks like Kellie Pickler digs NeriumAD!

Now that the award show is over, it’s time for the American Country Awards Recap from backstage with Nerium! Nerium International is becoming a staple for those walking the red carpet, from an Emmy gifting suite to the NAACP Image Awards. You also probably saw us on The View. On December 10, we got to be backstage at the American Country Awards in Las Vegas and heres the recap!

We were blown away by the celebrities who came backstage to learn more about NeriumAD. Prior to winning Breakthrough Artist of the Year, Scotty McCreery came to visit us. American Idol contestant and Dancing With the Stars alum Kellie Pickler was excited to learn more about our product.

Jake Owen

Jake Owen smiling because he got to get his hands on NeriumAD!

Cowboy Troy picked up a bottle and said, “If using Nerium will help make shaving easier, I’m excited to try it!” Recording artist Jake Owen checked out our Real Results photos and exclaimed, “”Wow! Are those results real? I’m definitely going to try Nerium!” We live-tweeted the event, with shoutouts to various attendees, including Olivia Newton-John and Lauren Alaina. Sheryl Crow specifically asked us for a bottle of NeriumAD, and we obliged! We loved seeing the variety of celebs who made it a point to stop by Nerium’s lounge, including sharp-dressed man ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons (he’s been a Preferred Customer for a year!) and recording artist Colt Ford. One bystander noted, “Wow – even men are interested in skincare. NeriumAD must be some really incredible stuff!”

We’re looking forward to even more star-studded events in the future. Where would you like to see NeriumAD next? Leave us a comment and let us know!

Darius Rucker

Even Darius Rucker was getting in on the Nerium excitement!

Join the discussion 2 Comments

  • Kyle Harrow says:

    I’d love to see a Nerium Super Bowl commercial!?

  • Jess says:

    New England needs representation – how about the Boston Music Awards. A smaller venue than the ACA for sure, but still a pretty great crowd nonetheless. Up-and-comers (i.e,, YEPpers) and seasoned professionals/heavy hitters attend this event. It’s a lot of fun and the public is invited too. This event raises money for music charities. It’s a fun night had by all. the 2013 event has passed, but that gives you plenty of time to make it to the 2014 event!

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