FATE, Texas, Aug. 23, 2016 — Curtis Stevens is the founder of a brand new seasoning product called One & Done, and is already receiving national recognition for the product that he launched in July 2016. Stevens has been selected to travel to Home Shopping Network’s headquarters on August 31 to pitch One & Done to a team of executives for a chance to be featured on HSN and in Good Housekeeping magazine.
“Tasting is believing, and as soon as people taste this seasoning, they know it’s the last seasoning they’ll ever need,” said Stevens. “One & Done was created to replace pantries full of seasonings and provide a flavor that can accompany any dish. It’s an honor to be recognized by HSN and Good Housekeeping so early into the release of my product. It goes to show just how far one taste of One & Done can go.”
Building on HSN’s existing American Dreams initiative – a program designed to cultivate and introduce innovative new products to the marketplace – HSN and Good Housekeeping decided to join their network of audiences to launch a nationwide search to find a passionate entrepreneur with a new and unique product.
Released in July 2016, One & Done is the one seasoning you will ever need. As versatile as salt and pepper but much more flavorful, One & Done makes all food taste better (except dessert!) One & Done can be applied generously to beef, chicken, pork, fish, vegetables, eggs, potatoes, or any other meal you can think of. It’s Gluten, MSG and preservative free and made in the USA. One & Done can be purchased on Amazon or through its website (www.oneseasoning.com).
Stevens will travel to HSN’s headquarters in St. Petersburg, FL the week of August 29, where he will showcase his product, participate in on-air training from an HSN host and receive direct feedback from merchants and executives from both the HSN and Good Housekeeping teams. Finalists selected during the August judging event will be announced in the December issue of Good Housekeeping magazine and will be featured on HSN in December. HSN and Good Housekeeping will then select one entrepreneur who will be able to introduce their brand to HSN’s 96 million households and in the magazine, reaching its 25+ million readers. They will also have the chance to have their product tested in the Good Housekeeping Institute for the opportunity to receive the sought-after Good Housekeeping Seal for one year.
Judging will take place at HSN on August 30 and 31. Up to ten finalists will be selected in September and be featured in the December issue of Good Housekeeping, on newsstands on or about November 15. The public will be invited to vote on their favorite product and those votes will be taken into consideration in selecting the final winner.