Clean Cut Ramps Up Marketing with Infomercial Campaign

The CleanCut Touchless Paper Towel DispenserThe CleanCut Touchless Paper Towel Dispenser

NEW YORK-Clean Cut International has launched a nationwide television infomercial campaign for its CleanCut Touchless Paper Towel Dispenser.

Three segments have already appeared on HSN, featuring HSN hosts Callie Northagen, Guy Yovan and Marlo Smith. In a company statement, Clean Cut said an infomercial aired in May on the Food Network, Soap, Style, Lifetime Movies, DIY, WETV and other networks. Consumers can also view a brief version of the infomercial on YouTube.

The CleanCut dispenser uses LED technology and an internal self-sharpening blade to dispense and cut any length and brand of paper towel. The product will also be on display at the New York International Gift Fair in August.

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