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(PRWEB) November 13, 2012
One thousand listeners of The Howard Stern Show, Sirius XM radio's most popular program, recently benefited from a hugely successful promotion sponsored by Dr.Harold Katz and his line of TheraBreath® Oral Hygiene products. In collaboration with The Howard Stern show, TheraBreath gave away 1,000 free bottles of its Oral Rinse products specially formulated with patented ingredients to attack dry mouth and chronic bad breath. Dr. Katz and TheraBreath® are famous for holding random promotions that provide consumers with exciting opportunities to try TheraBreath® products for free and the Howard Stern Show jumped at the chance to feature TheraBreath® as a show sponsors.
Internationally known shock jock Howard Stern is not only a radio personality but also the author of several bestselling books and one of the hosts of the television show American's Got Talent. Self-described as the King of Media, Stern is also famous for appearing in the successful, biographical film Private Parts, which earned nearly $45 million in 1997. Included in Time and Forbes' Magazine's list of the 100 most influential celebrities, Howard Stern is known for his upfront and raw radio shows that offer a blend of cutting-edge comedy, progressive political dialogue, celebrity interviews and unique variety acts featuring unknown performers. Click here to learn more about the Howard Stern Show on SiriusXM.
By initiating this promotion on Stern's radio show, TheraBreath® was able to reach an estimated 20 million people worldwide and also provide 1000 free samples of its Oral Rinse product. Broadcasting 24 hours a day, Sirius Satellite Radio carries The Howard Stern Show uncensored and commercial free and is included in the satellite television service operated by Dish Network. The public quickly embraced satellite radio as well as Stern's radio show when it hit the airwaves in 2002 and subscribers continue to support the broadcast of programs unregulated by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.
Those lucky individuals who received one of the 1000 free bottles of TheraBreath Oral Rinse that were given away on Stern's show will find that Dr. Katz's exclusive combination of naturally effective breath freshening ingredients and his own patented compound OXYD-8 provides the swiftest and most powerful solution to the embarrassing problem of severe halitosis. As a form of proprietary stabilized oxychlor compounds, OXYD-8 enriches the mouth with oxygenating molecules that not only stimulate saliva flow but also aerates a mouth that is dry, stale and stagnant, conditions that are conducive to uncontrollable anaerobic bacteria growth.
In the show's promotional clip, Stern further talks about the ability of TheraBreath to provide consistently fresh, clean breath due to its promotive, clinically proven formula that does not include alcohol, sodium laurel sulfate and saccharin.
Found in most other brand-name oral hygiene mouthwashes and rinses, these three ingredients can actually worsen chronic bad breath by depleting the mouth of beneficial saliva and keeping the mouth just as dry as it was before using them. Fortunately, for lucky admirers of Howard Stern's Sirius XM radio show who were able to take advantage of TheraBreath's free oral rinse giveaway, chronic bad breath will no longer be an embarrassing, frustrating health issue.
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