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TVSN dedicate entire day to charity giving event

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Sydney, Australia – 14 December 2023: TVSN is spreading the joy and spirit of giving with TVSN Cares Day on 17th December. This heart-warming cross-promotional initiative that involves TVSN brands and customers, embodies the true essence of the festive season and is dedicated to giving back to important Australian charities.

 

TVSN together with some of their favourite premier brands that will feature on TVSN Cares Day, will donate a portion of sales from every on-air item sold from Sunday at 8.30am AEDT to Monday, 18th December at 8.29am AEDT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“We are excited to provide our brands with the opportunity to give back, fostering a culture of compassion and generosity using our unique platform," says Judy Deuchar, Chief Executive Officer at TVSN. "This initiative not only raises awareness and much-needed funds for these charity organisations within communities, who may not have heard about the work they do, but also reflects our core values and the spirit of unity that defines the holiday season."

 

You too can join TVSN in making a difference! Simply purchase any on-air item from the featured brands from 17th to 18th December 2023, and a portion will be contributed to a charity selected by the brand. You can also donate directly by selecting a charity from our website on Sunday, 17th December.

 

Log on, switch on, click on to TVSN to help us make a difference because Together, We Can!

 

You can also download the TVSN and TVSNnow App from your Google, LG, Samsung or Play Store and browse our TVSN Cares Day brands.

 

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Key Facts:

For interviews with CEO, Judy Deuchar, please call 0431 933 677 or email candice.appel@tvsn.com.au

 


About us:

About TVSN

Australia and New Zealand's Premier Television Shopping Network, TVSN has entertained, informed and inspired customers for more than 27 years with exciting content, high quality products and exceptional customer service 24 hours a day, seven days a week. From Beauty through to Fashion, Jewellery and Homewares categories, TVSN offers a curated choice of premium brands and products presented via leading experts and international celebrities, live demonstrations and customer testimonials.

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5-Star Reviews

TVSN has more than 100,000 5-star product reviews from satisfied customers across Australia and New Zealand. Each review is highly regulated to ensure quality assurance and legitimacy.  

Premium Brands

TVSN carries an extensive range of premium brands including PhilipsBose, and Sony, offering the latest in product launches and exclusive deals and offers. 

 

International Celebrity Collections

Dolly Parton, Jane SeymourKatherine Kelly Lang, and Dr Paul Nassif from television’s Botched! are all familiar faces on TVSN, 

Home-grown Australian Brands 

TVSN is proud to support Australian brands including The Beauty Chef, The Jojoba Company, Retreatment Botanics, and many more.  

 


Contact details:

For media inquiries, interview requests, product sampling, and images, please contact:

Candice Appel                                                                                                       

Brand Relationship Lead

 

E: PR@tvsn.com.au   P: 02 8198 6138     

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