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The No!No! Hair was named “Most Innovative Product” by HSN

April 4, 2013

The No!No! Hair was named “Most Innovative Product” by HSN—the second year in a row that a No!No! Hair product was nominated for the award, and its first category win.

Since launching with HSN, Radiancy, Inc. has sold more than 260,000 No!No! devices to HSN customers and more than four million devices worldwide, and has become one of the leading beauty brands on HSN.

The announcement came at the 3rd Annual HSN Partner Recognition Gala, held at the Vinoy Resort & Golf Club in St. Petersburg, FL. Each year, as part of HSN’s annual partner recognition program, HSN awards the most remarkable partner contributions of the year at their annual awards gala. Out of 1,200 eligible partners, more than 200 nominations were submitted across all categories in 2012.

Nominations are reviewed by a senior selection committee, comprised of VP and SVP leaders, and the HSN executive committee, to determine the finalists for each category.
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