SOURCE: H & H Imports, Inc.

July 21, 2011 08:30 ET

TVGoods Announces Live Television Shopping Debut of Instant Zipper™

Positive Results Demonstrate Success of Management's Strategy for Testing New Products

CLEARWATER, FL--(Marketwire - Jul 21, 2011) - TVGoods Inc., ("TVGoods") a direct response marketing organization and wholly owned subsidiary of H & H Imports, Inc. (OTCBB: HNHI), has announced that Instant Zipper™ experienced a well-received debut on a major live television shopping channel on July 14, 2011.

In its first day on-air, Instant Zipper™ sold over 2,000 4-packs, amounting to more than $40,000 in retail sales. Instant Zipper™ is an "instant" solution to any broken zipper. Instant Zipper™ is designed to repair practically any broken zipper. Simply remove the broken zipper, open the clasp on Instant Zipper™, clip it on, and zip into place. The patented jaw design snaps open and snaps closed onto any zipper. Instant Zipper™ is patented in 160 countries.

TVGoods plans to test 50 to 75 products on live television shopping channels throughout the world in the next 12 months, and forecasts that 50 percent of these products will pass the testing phase and generate revenue for the company.

Instant Zipper™ is slated to appear again on live television shopping in August.

"We are very pleased and excited about the Instant Zipper showing. This is on track to be a big revenue generator for the company," said Steve Rogai, CEO of TVGoods.

The Instant Zipper is available at

About The Company:

H & H Imports, Inc. is the parent company of TVGoods, Inc. TVGoods, Inc. is a direct response marketing company. We identify, develop and market consumer products for global distribution. TVGoods was established by Kevin Harrington, a pioneer of direct response television. For more information go to

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