CLEARWATER, FL--(Marketwire - Jun 16, 2011) - TV Goods, Inc., ("TV Goods") a direct response marketing company and wholly owned subsidiary of H & H Imports, Inc. (OTCBB: HNHI), recently had their product the Instant Zipper™ featured on NBC's Today Show. The product was on air as part of the "Today's Consumer" segment titled "Inside Scoop on New 'As Seen On TV' Products."
To see the segment, visit http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/26184891/vp/43392963#43392963.
Kevin Harrington, Chairman of TV Goods, was interviewed at the Direct Response Expo in San Diego this year for this segment which aired on Tuesday, June 14, 2011.
The Instant Zipper™ is an "instant" solution to most any broken zipper. TV Goods acquired worldwide marketing and distribution rights to the product across all channels of distribution. The Instant Zipper™ is designed to repair practically any broken zipper. Simply remove the broken zipper, open the clasp on the Instant Zipper™, clip it on, and zip into place. The patented jaw design snaps open and snaps closed onto most any zipper. The Instant Zipper™ is patented in 160 countries.
For more information on the Instant Zipper™, visit www.instantzipper.com.
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. For more information go to www.TVGoodsInc.com.
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