SOURCE: H & H Imports, Inc.

March 31, 2011 08:30 ET

Kevin Harrington of ABC's Shark Tank and Other Sharks to Ring NASDAQ Opening Bell

CLEARWATER, FL--(Marketwire - March 31, 2011) - TV Goods Inc. ("TV Goods"), a direct response marketing organization and wholly owned subsidiary of H & H Imports, Inc. (trading on the OTC markets under the symbol HNHI) has announced that its Chairman and Founder Kevin Harrington will ring the NASDAQ Opening Bell at the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square on Monday, April 4, 2011 with several of his fellow investor Sharks from ABC's critically-acclaimed reality show Shark Tank.

The entire cast of Sharks includes real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran, technology innovator Robert Herjavec, fashion icon Daymond John, financial expert Kevin O'Leary, comedian and businessman Jeff Foxworthy and entrepreneur Mark Cuban, best known as the owner of the Dallas Mavericks.

In the past, Harrington and his fellow Sharks were selected to ring the NASDAQ Closing Bell at the end of the 2010 fiscal year. This will mark Harrington's second time ringing the NASDAQ Bell.

"It is such an honor to be selected to ring the NASDAQ Bell not only once, but twice. It's the perfect venue to see all of the Sharks together," said Harrington.

The bell will ring at 9:30am EDT and will be broadcast via satellite.

In addition, Harrington will appear on the panel on Friday's episode of Shark Tank, which airs at 8:00pm EDT on the ABC Network.

About The Company:
H & H Imports, Inc. is the parent company of TV Goods, Inc. TV Goods Inc. is a direct response marketing company. We identify, develop and market consumer products for global distribution. TV Goods was established by Kevin Harrington, a pioneer of direct response television. Kevin Harrington is an original investor on the ABC show Shark Tank, which is produced by Sony Pictures Television and reality TV mogul Mark Burnett. For more information go to

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