King, Roy & Sally

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Roy & Sally King
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Pin: Diamond
Markets: United States


LOS Upline: Craven, Ken & Gail

Roy and Sally King met at Belmont Abbey College, Charlotte, NC, where Roy was playing basketball for Al McGuire and Sally was the homecoming queen. Following graduation with an accounting degree, Roy started his career with the telephone company. Sally received a secretarial degree and worked in an insurance company.

After investing 13 years as a corporate manager, Roy found himself working 80 hours per week and heavily involved in community affairs such as Junior Achievement, United Way, Chamber of Commerce, etc.

"It was at this time that I became acquainted with the leaders of the BWW team and saw that they enjoyed the ultimate lifestyle of financial independence and personal freedom," says Roy.

Sally was already living her dream of being a homemaker and taking care of the three children, but she loved Roy enough to step out of her comfort zone and help him reach his goal. She was willing to give up some of her time with the children and help Roy earn his freedom and then all the Kings could have time together.

"Becoming a Diamond on the BWW team was one of the most challenging and satisfying experiences of my life," says Roy. During that journey he had significant job challenges and was unemployed three times; for time periods of 8 months, 6 months and 5 months. However, Roy's uncompromising determination to become a Britt Diamond and be free was not going to be denied. "

As a husband and father once I saw this opportunity," says Roy, " I forfeited my right not to build this business." He loved his wife and children enough to do whatever it took to attain the #1 lifestyle on earth and set the proper example for his children.

Now all three of their children are aggressively building their businesses. Their son Tony and his wife, Lynn, are their sixth Platinum leg. Their daughters, Lisa and Cindy, will be platinum soon and all three are finalizing the structure to become diamonds in 18 to 24 months.