SOURCE: H & H Imports, Inc.

July 09, 2010 09:00 ET

H & H Imports Inc. (To Be Re-Named IBC Global, Inc.) Retains Public Relations Firm: Wall Street Capital Funding

CLEARWATER, FL--(Marketwire - July 9, 2010) -  H & H Imports Inc. (OTCBB: HNHI),which yesterday announced its intention to change its name to IBC Global, Inc. ("IBC"), announced today that it has retained the services of Wall Street Capital Funding (WSCF) to initiate a public relations campaign to increase corporate awareness among the investment community. For more information on WSCF go to:

Following the engagement of WSCF, Kevin Harrington, the Company's Chairman, stated, "For the past 10 years, WSCF has effectively assisted hundreds of emerging, publicly traded companies increase their financial communications outreach to investors worldwide. Through our comprehensive corporate awareness campaigns, we look forward to establishing a strong, long term shareholder base as we continue our growth in the Direct Response Industry and as our products and services begin to materialize in the coming months."

The Company develops markets and distributes products and services through direct response channels of distribution. On May 28, the Company announced the completion of its merger with TV Goods Holding Corporation (TV Goods), a Florida-based privately held direct response company.. The merger places TV Goods Chairman, Kevin Harrington, one of the stars of ABC's Reality TV Show "Shark Tank," at helm of the Company.

About Kevin Harrington

Kevin Harrington, the Company's Chairman of the Board, is widely acknowledged as a pioneer and principal architect of the "infomercial" industry. Since producing the industry's first infomercial in the 1980s, he has financed more than 500 product launches resulting in sales of more than $4 billion worldwide with 20 products reaching individual sales of over $100 million each.

Harrington got his start in direct TV marketing with his company Quantum International, which after merging with National Media in 1991 grew to over $500 million in annual sales with distribution in over 100 countries in 20 languages.

In his latest venture, Harrington is an investor on the ABC show called "Shark Tank," in which budding entrepreneurs compete in pitching their potentially moneymaking ideas to business experts in hopes of securing investment financing. The show is owned by SONY Pictures and produced by Mark Burnett.

Harrington's book, ACT NOW! explains how he innovatively turns ideas into million-dollar products. It is available through Amazon and at bookstores nationwide. Harrington is proud to have founded two of the most important global networking associations in the marketplace, the Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) and the Electronic Retailing Association (ERA). In addition, Harrington's business was a case study that was chronicled and taught for over 12 years at Harvard/MIT, called "The Rise, The Fall and The rise of Quantum International."

About the Company

The Company finds, develops, markets and distributes products and services. Typically, it initially launches through infomercial and other direct response methods of distribution and thereafter expands into all other channels of distribution, on a worldwide basis. It uses direct response to drive and to maximize retail sales, globally, where the margins are larger and number of potential sales are greater. The Company was formed by Kevin Harrington in to leverage upon the track record of success of its Management Team. Management is responsible for having produced over 500 infomercials and spots over the years accounting for over $4 billion in sales revenues. The Company intends to leverage this experience and the current high profile of its Chairman, Kevin Harrington, to develop and launch marketing campaigns for a portfolio of products and services on a worldwide basis. Harrington is currently a "Shark" in the Sony Television/Mark Burnett production of "Shark Tank" which runs on primetime on the ABC Network. For more information go to:

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