Halo Technologies, Inc. to Debut Superior Cleaning Technology at Michigan International Women's Show

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Real Savvy Moms receive sneak peek and live demo of the Halo™ UVX Ultraviolet Vacuum.

Halo Technologies, Inc. will debut its new Halo™ UVX Ultraviolet Vacuum at the Real Savvy Moms™ health and wellness exhibit at the upcoming Michigan International Women's Show. The show will be held at the Rock Financial Center in Novi, Mich. on May 3-6. This will be the first time consumers will be able to test drive the only vacuum that uses ultraviolet light to safely and instantly kill dust mites, molds, bacteria, viruses, lice, fleas and other allergens that lurk in your home's carpets and mattresses.

The Halo ultraviolet vacuum "Cleans what you see, Kills what you can'tTM" and will be featured exclusively in the Real Savvy Moms exhibit. There will be hands-on product demonstrations, video presentations and online pre-sale of the revolutionary new UVX vacuum throughout the event. In addition, up to two Halo UVX Ultraviolet Vacuums will be provided as prizes to attendees each day of the event.

"Real Savvy Moms is proud to be amongst some of the first to try the Halo UVX Ultraviolet Vacuum and is honored to be hosting the Halo consumer debut at the Michigan International Women's Show," said Kate Rolston, founder and CEO of Real Savvy Moms. "One of our primary objectives is to educate moms about health and wellness for the whole family. Once you have a baby, things like keeping your home, and especially your carpet, clean and allergen free is very important since young children spend so much time on the floor and lifelong allergies are developed within the first 24 months of life. To do this without using harmful chemicals is no small task."

Jordan S. Josephson, MD, a sinus and nasal specialist and author of a new book entitled, "Sinus Relief Now" (http://www.sinusreliefnow.com), agrees. "Allergies can really make life miserable, especially for young children. Parents need to be pro-active to control their living environment and try to eliminate as many allergens as possible," said Dr. Josephson. He is also a regular contributor to the 'Ask An Expert' segment on realsavvymoms.com.

Real Savvy Moms and Halo Technologies encourage expectant moms, new moms, and women alike to visit the booth and be one of the first to experience this revolutionary Halo technology. Attendees will have the chance to walk away with a brand new Halo vacuum or a family Caribbean vacation provided by Real Savvy Moms.

The Halo UVX vacuum launched nationwide on May 1, 2007. It is available on the Halo Web site, http://www.halocompany.com, at a MSRP of $399. Founders Ken and Carrie Garcia will also be at the show and will be available for interviews at the Real Savvy Moms exhibit.

ABOUT HALO TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
In 2007, Halo Technologies, Inc. introduced the Halo UVX Ultraviolet Vacuum - the first and only vacuum cleaner that instantly and effectively kills allergens, bacteria and germs in carpets, all without the use of chemicals. The Halo UVX Ultraviolet Vacuum is the first in a line of Halo patent-pending cleaning products containing UV-C technology, the same technology that has been used for decades to create the world's cleanest environments. Based in Charlotte, N.C., Halo Technologies, Inc. creates innovative products that make families healthier. Learn more at http://www.halocompany.com.

ABOUT REAL SAVVY MOMS™
Real Savvy Moms is "the voice" of mothers today. Created by mothers for mothers, Real Savvy Moms is a real-time support system for mothers to get reliable information, share their stories and ideas, and know that they are not alone in their struggles. With a nationally syndicated television series -- Real Moms, Real Stories, Real Savvy, interactive websites, live events, and educational materials, Real Savvy Moms is the multimedia answer for today's moms. For more information, visit http://www.realsavvy.tv. Check your local PBS listing for channel and show times.

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