|By PR Newswire||
|March 21, 2014 04:42 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, March 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- HSN's "Mother of Invention," Joy Mangano, is bringing a colorful new twist to one of her most ingenious designs yet with the debut of the Warm & Cool MemoryCloud™ Universal Pillow with TempTexx™ Technology in seven beautiful colors on Sunday, March 23rd at 12:01 a.m. EST. Available for the first time as an HSN Today's Special across all of the retailer's platforms, including TV, online and via mobile, this new pillow is part of Joy's Comfort & Joy bedding collection and utilizes the latest in comfort technologies to help give everyone what they desire most, a great night's sleep.
"I am so proud to once again offer one of the most comfortable products I've ever created, my MemoryCloud™ Universal Pillow," said Joy Mangano, President of Ingenious Designs, LLC, an affiliate of HSN. "This jumbo pillow, with my TempTexx™ technology, is designed to be your answer for a peaceful slumber. With its warming plush side and moisture wicking cooling side this pillow is designed to be a universal solution to a great rest, regardless of the way you choose to sleep."
The exclusive TempTexx™ Technology found within this innovative new pillow features a patent pending six layer system that incorporates the magic of memory foam layers and cloud like clusters to provide a loftier alternative to traditional memory foam. Key features include: a textured fabric to wick away moisture; a gel infused memory foam layer to create a cooling effect; memory foam cozy cloud clusters to maximize air flow, a memory foam layer to conform to the curve of your head, neck and shoulders; and plush fabric for extra comfort. Best of all, the universal shape is designed to conform for a side, back or stomach sleeper, making it suitable for anyone's sleeping habits. The pillow is available in seven beautiful colors – Buttercream, Lavender Field, Platinum Silver, Sage Green, Colonial Blue, Ivory and White - and fits within a standard size pillow case.
The MemoryCloud™ Universal Pillow will be available on March 23rd for a one day only price of $39.95 (regular price $59.95). For more information on the Joy Mangano, the Comfort & Joy Collection or any of her other products, visit HSN.com or join the conversation @HSN on Facebook and Twitter.
About Ingenious Designs, LLC:
IDL is a subsidiary of HSN, Inc. and was founded in 1991 by its president, Joy Mangano. Ms. Mangano is one of the most recognized and successful electronic retailing personalities in the industry today. With more than half a billion sold, her famous Huggable Hangers® are in homes across the country! The company is a leader in designing, inventing, and marketing innovative and unique products including the original Miracle Mop®, My Little Steamer®, and the Clothes It All® Luggage System. In addition, IDL has broadened its scope by developing and managing product lines for icon and celebrated supermodel IMAN, celebrity chefs Ming Tsai and Lorena Garcia, Grammy Award®-winning producer and American Idol judge Randy Jackson, and Four-time GRAMMY Award®-winner Keith Urban.
HSN is a leading interactive entertainment and lifestyle retailer, offering a curated assortment of exclusive products and top brand names to its customers. HSN incorporates entertainment, inspiration, personalities and industry experts to provide an entirely unique shopping experience. At HSN, customers find exceptional selections in Health & Beauty, Jewelry, Home/Lifestyle, fashion/Accessories, and Electronics. HSN broadcasts live to 95 million households in the US in HD 24/7 and its website - hsn.com features more than 50,000 product videos. Mobile applications include HSN apps for iPad, iPhone and Android. HSN, founded 36 years ago as the first shopping network, is an operating segment of HSN, Inc. (Nasdaq: HSNI). For more information, please visit HSN.com, or follow @HSN on Facebook and Twitter.
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