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Evine Will Sponsor, Do Red Carpet, At Race To Erase MS Gala

May 5, 2017

Evine is stepping up to the plate as a sponsor of the 24th annual Race to Erase MS Gala on Friday, May 5, at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

As a platinum sponsor of the star-studded gala, Evine is forking over a financial donation as well as donating several auction items to help raise funds in the fight against multiple sclerosis (MS), a disease that impacts over 2 million people worldwide.

And then just a bit over a week after the gala, Nancy Davis will appear live on Evine on May 19 – 21 with her signature “Peace & Love” branded product, including a co-branded timepiece created in partnership with Invicta.

“It is an honor for Evine to partner with Nancy Davis and the Race to Erase MS to help find a cure for multiple sclerosis,” Evine CEO Bob Rosenblatt said in a canned statement.

“MS is a disease that impacts some of our closest vendors, investors and customers, and we are humbled to support such a worthy cause. I look forward to having the opportunity to demonstrate Evine’s ‘Be Good to Others’ mantra as we partner with Nancy to help support research toward eradicating this debilitating disease.”

The Race to Erase MS was founded by Davis in 1993 after she was diagnosed with the disease. Since 1994, the foundation has raise more than $46 million in contributions. Funding research is the core focus of the foundation, with all funds raised supporting the Center Without Walls program, a nationwide collaboration of physicians and scientists all working to find a cure.

“When I was first diagnosed, there were no drugs on the market to help stop the progression of MS,” said Davis,founder of Race to Erase MS and owner of Peace & Love Jewelry.

“Today, there are 15 FDA-approved drugs to treat the symptoms of MS, and the FDA recently approved Ocrevus, which helps people with relapsing remitting MS in addition to people with primary progressive MS. That progress gives me hope and makes me grateful for all the people and organizations who have supported the Race to Erase MS. Evine has been an amazing partner over the past two years. The company’s generosity and willingness to raise awareness and money for MS research keeps our hope for finding a cure alive.”

At the gala Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Meadow Soprano on HBO’s “The Sopranos,” will be honored with the 2017 Medal of Hope Award.

Evine host Heather Hall will interviewing attendees on the red carpet along with Dr. Terry and Heather Dubrow as guests of honor.

In addition to the financial donation, Evine will also offer several auction items, including an “Evine Experience.” As part of the experience, the auction’s winner would receive a two-night travel package to Evine studios, including airfare and hotel for two. While at the studios, the winner would be given a backstage tour, the opportunity to pitch their product and a chance to sell a product live on Evine’s television network.

Invicta, Evine’s best-selling watch brand, has also created a timepiece especially for Davis’ foundation. Based on the popular Invicta Peace & Love watch released in early 2015, this year’s Invicta Peace & Love Lupah will be offered in both men’s and women’s styles and include six additional easy-to-change colorful straps. Each timepiece proudly displays Nancy Davis’s signature Peace & Love logo on its dial and comes packaged in a specially-designed gift box.

Returning to Evine May 19 through May 21, Davis will present the co-branded watch and new pieces from her Peace & Love gemstone jewelry collection, including a white topaz and zircon adjustable bracelet, offered in 14 different styles.

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Evine Live Gets Monday Night Plugs On ‘Dancing,’ ‘Housewives of Orange County’

September 29, 2015

Evine Live got some plugs Monday night on primetime network shows that feature two of their vendors — Paula Deen and Heather Dubrow.

We’re talking about ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” which featured scenes from Deen’s kitchen shows this past weekend on the home shopping network, while Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Orange County” showed a peek at Dubrow and her doctor-husband Terry’s launch of their skincare line Consult Beaute in April.

“Tonight continues Evine Live’s transformation with our multi-platform ‘Brands with Fans’ strategy,” Evine Live CEO Mark Bozek said in a canned statement.

“Viewers of both ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and ‘The Real Housewives of Orange County’ will get a behind-the-scenes look at Evine Live,” he said.

“Paula Deen and Heather and Terry Dubrow have been great partners and are wildly popular with our customers. I can’t wait to tune in to tonight’s episodes to see how ‘Team Buttercup’ tears up the dance floor on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and the Dubrows maneuver through the landmines of launching a skincare line.”

Deen is competing vying for the Mirrorball Trophy on Season 21 of “Dancing with the Stars.” And her partner, Louis van Amstel, joined her on Evine Live this past Saturday. We are told that they “twirled their way around Evine Live’s studios.”

Monday’s ‘Dancing’ episode featured footage of Paula’s Evine Live food show, “Paula Deen’s Kitchen,” as well as her and Louie’s dance rehearsals at the retailer’s studio.

Throughout season 10 of “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” the Dubrows have adventure launching their skincare line, which has taken more than 15 years to develop.

Monday’s episode of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” showed viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the live launch of Consult Beaute on Evine Live on April 18.

‘Orange County Housewives’ Hubby Headed To Evine Live

April 10, 2015

Now not only the women from the various iterations of Bravo’s “Real Housewives” franchises are flocking to home shopping networks to hawk products, the men are as well.

Dr. Terry Dubrow, the plastic surgeon who often appeared with his wife, actress Heather Dubrow, on “The Real Housewives of Orange County” now has a gig on Evine Live.

Dubrow, who also has his own show on E! called “Botched,” will be on Evine Live selling Consult Beaute, a line of anti-aging skin products. The missus will be appearing live with him for the premiere of the stuff on April 18 and 19.

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“For close to 20 years, Dr. Dubrow has built a reputation as one of Southern California’s most respected plastic surgeons, offering a personalized approach to each of his patients. We’re thrilled to introduce Dr. Dubrow’s exclusive line of products to our customers,” Evine Live CEO Mark Bozek said in a canned statement. “We’re excited to add Consult Beaute to EVINE Live’s growing list of exclusive and proprietary brands.”

Dr. Terry Dubrow and actress wife Heather

Dr. Terry Dubrow and actress wife Heather

The doc had his own two cents, as well.

“I’m looking forward to sharing Consult Beaute with Evine Live’s customers,” Dubrow said. “While plastic surgery isn’t for everyone, every woman deserves to feel beautiful. I’m an advocate for minimal treatment that helps produce natural-looking results. I believe Consult Beaute’s innovative approach to anti-aging will help enhance the natural beauty and look of vitality customers are in search of without surgery.”

Dubrow helped develop Consult Beaute as an alternative for women like us, who are too scared and broke to go under the knife.

The press release says:

While most anti-aging products only offer topical creams, Consult Beaute goes one step further. The brand’s internal, external approach to beauty utilizes a two part system that works by combining age-fighting topical products with ingestible supplements that help support the health of skin, hair and nails.

With a practice based in Newport Beach, he made his television debut on Fox’s “The Swan,” and later went on to appear on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Orange County.”

In 2014 he began starring in E!’s reality series “Botched” repairing plastic surgeries gone wrong. In addition to his television career, Dr. Dubrow is a board-certified plastic surgeon and former chief resident of plastic surgery at UCLA’s School of Medicine.