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ethnic dolls, Barbie, solar, marijuana; this week on MoneyTV with Donald
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Featured companies on this week's program include:
VizStar, Inc. (VIZS) CEO Kimberly Parry showed the company's product line and
new packaging and discussed successful forays overseas.
Epazz, Inc. (EPAZ) Spokesman Michael Manahan announced the company's latest
One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Chief Product Development Officer Stacey
McBride-Irby talked about her background with Mattel and Barbie dolls and why
she launched the One World Dolls Project.
Solar3D Inc. (SLTD) CEO James Nelson discussed the impact he feels the
Solar3D cell will have on the market.
GrowLife, Inc. (OTCBB: PHOT) CEO Sterling Scott detailed 4 significant
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