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Forbes Living TV Announces Valentine's Day Contest and Roses Giveaway

The exciting television program Forbes Living TV is giving away a dozen roses a month to three lucky winners.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The producers of Forbes Living TV are excited to announce their upcoming Valentine's Day contest. Three lucky contestants will win a dozen roses (the color of their choice) a month for twelve months based on their love stories. To enter the contest viewers will need to go to the Fans of Forbes Living TV Facebook page, like the page and then post their love story. The producers of Forbes Living TV will choose three winners. One winner will be chosen for the most romantic way of meeting their significant other. The second winner will be for the funniest way of meeting and the third winner will be for the story of the oddest way of meeting. Winners will also have the option to have the show share their story, photos and video through the Forbes Living TV Facebook page as well as the  show's other social media channels such as YouTube, Google+, Instagram and Pinterest .

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Forbes Riley, recently named America's Most Loved Health & Fitness Innovator, is known for bringing affordable, high-quality fitness, health and household products to consumers world-wide. Known for being a sharp product developer and evaluator, Riley is famous for launching products that solve tough challenges and make everyday life easier. Her expert marketing strategies have earned her the "billion dollar host" moniker.  She is an inductee in the Fitness Hall of Fame, the successful businesswoman behind the popular Spin Gym and the author of "E.A.T.  A Journal for What You Eat and What's Eating You". Riley's website and social media sites boast a huge following.  She also has a regular presence on networks including ESPN, TLC, Fit-TV, Animal Planet, ABC Family, and Home Shopping Network.

About Forbes Living TV

The groundbreaking talk show combines the most highly recognized product spokeswoman with new and innovative products designed to engage viewers in a fun, informative and entertaining fashion. The show airs on WE (Women's Entertainment), FOX and ABC broadcast stations, ION and regional news networks. Join the interactive fun on the Forbes Living TV on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages. The show's website provides a contact form that business owners can fill out to receive more information. Forbes Living TV is a Forbes Media production.

About Forbes Media

Forbes Media producers are excited by the many new product entries they've received ranging from sophisticated technologies and infomercial sensations to "new and improved" innovations.  Companies that would like to submit product samples for review, please ship no more than 2 samples to Forbes Media Direct, 6000 Coral Ridge Drive, Suite 50, Coral Springs, FL  33076 and the Quality Assurance Division of Forbes Media will contact the sender.  Forbes Media is working with leading producers of television to produce library storage, access and distribution services.

Media Contact: Public Relation, Forbes Living TV, 727-564-9327, [email protected]

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