SOURCE: H & H Imports, Inc.
December 21, 2010 08:30 ET
TV Goods to Launch National Marketing Campaign for TurboBaster™
TurboBaster™ Is the Second Shark Tank Product to Come in to TV Goods
CLEARWATER, FL--(Marketwire - December 21, 2010) - TV Goods Holding Corporation ("TV Goods"), a direct response marketing organization and wholly owned subsidiary of H & H Imports, Inc. (OTCBB: HNHI), announced the acquisition of exclusive global marketing rights to the TurboBaster™. The TurboBaster™ was a featured product on the first season of ABC's hit show Shark Tank.
TV Goods acquired exclusive global marketing rights across all distribution channels for the product. Under the terms of the agreement, TV Goods will manage a comprehensive direct response marketing campaign for the TurboBaster™.
The TurboBaster™ is an innovative, battery-powered food baster that will siphon, baste and marinade your favorite foods. It is more efficient and versatile than a traditional bulb baster. For more information, please visit www.turbobaster.com.
Marian Cruz, product developer for the TurboBaster™, stated, "Thanks to Kevin Harrington's expertise in seeing the potential in the TurboBaster™, he was able to help make my dreams a reality."
About The Company:
H & H Imports, Inc. is the parent company of TV Goods Holding Corporation. TV Goods Holding Corporation 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 and principal architect of the "infomercial" industry. Kevin Harrington is an original investor on the ABC show Shark Tank, which is owned by SONY Pictures and produced by reality TV mogul Mark Burnett. TV Goods management is responsible for over 500 infomercial spots accounting for over $4 billion in sales revenues. For more information go to www.TVGoodsInc.com.
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