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Riiviva Microderm Launches on ShopNBC

June 5, 2013

Debut partnership with home network.


Riiviva Microderm, a leading manufacturer of specialized technologies for at-home use, will debut worldwide as the “Today’s Top Value” on multichannel electronic retailer ShopNBC Tuesday, June 18 at 12 a.m. EDT. The launch marks Riiviva Microderm’s first-ever partnership with a home shopping network retailer.
 
 “We are thrilled to be featured as a Today’s Top Value on ShopNBC, which is trusted by fans for its expert picks and exemplary customer service,” says Riiviva Microderm CEO Travis Dowdell. “This is a fantastic opportunity to introduce our unique device to new fans in an exciting, engaging and interactive way.”
 
As a “Today’s Top Value” on ShopNBC, Riiviva Microderm will be available to consumers at an exclusive retail value for 24 hours (or while supplies last). ShopNBC reaches over 85 million homes across the country, and its programs also stream live at www.shopnbc.com.
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