Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Revamp your closet with Joy Mangano

Joy Mangano, has worked her way up to become one of the leading female entrepreneurs in the country and is known as the "mother of invention."

Revamp your closet with Joy Mangano

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Joy Mangano, has worked her way up to become one of the leading female entrepreneurs in the country and is known as the “mother of invention.”

Tune in to HSN as the Mother of Invention, Joy Mangano, introduces consumers to her much awaited special 62-piece set of Huggable Hangers, offering an exclusive opportunity to purchase this latest set.

These thin, sleek, weightless Huggable Hangers are designed to tremendously increase your closet space, while its velvety composition will prevent your clothes from snagging or slipping off.

Be one of the first to join Joy Mangano at midnight on May 21st, and don’t miss her much awaited special 62-piece set. Whether eager to redo your own personal closet, or whether you want to send your son or daughter off to college properly equipped, these Huggable Hangers will forever change any closet.

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