SOURCE: H & H Imports, Inc.

June 30, 2011 12:39 ET

TVGoods and Covered in The New York Times

Article Discusses Innovations Leading to Increased Options for Consumers

CLEARWATER, FL--(Marketwire - Jun 30, 2011) - TVGoods ("TVGoods"), a direct response marketing company and wholly owned subsidiary of H & H Imports, Inc. (OTCBB: HNHI), today announced that The New York Times published a story about TVGoods and The article covers TVGoods' agreement with Seen On TV, LLC to purchase and the toll-free number 866-AsSeenOnTV, discussing the new and convenient options TVGoods provides to consumers to easily purchase innovative products at home, online or on the go in a variety of new ways. The New York Times has readership of more than 2.2 million people.

In addition to the print article, The New York Times article can be found online at

The article focuses on the Video Deals of the Day that will be the staple of In the article, Kevin Harrington, Chairman of TVGoods, states, "It's much like what makes a home shopping network work -- it's a visual, it's storytelling, it's presenting and bringing the products to life." represents a highly trafficked catalog of direct response products with over two million customers, 700,000 email registrants and hundreds of thousands of unique visitors each month.

About H & H Imports: H & H Imports, Inc. (OTCBB: HNHI) is the parent company of TVGoods, Inc., a direct response marketing company that identifies, develops and markets consumer products for global distribution. TVGoods offers a turnkey solution, enabling entrepreneurs and business owners to introduce products to the consumer market. The company's strategy employs three primary channels: Direct response television, which includes both short form and long form spots, television shopping networks such as HSN and QVC, and retail outlets including brick and mortar, internet, catalog and print media.

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