PARSIPPANY, NJ--(Marketwire - Feb 5, 2013) - Harvey Westbury Corp. (PINKSHEETS: HVYW), a packaging, assembly and distribution company with aftermarket automotive and marine items as principal products announced today that it has officially unveiled its new website, www.garrysroyalsatin.com to promote their flagship product line Garry's Royal Satin. The site includes an e-commerce feature to allow online purchasing.
President of Harvey Westbury Corp., Eugene J. Chiaramonte stated, "We are committed to growing the Garry's Royal Satin brand and are pleased to provide this resource to the marketplace. Having an online shopping cart offers tremendous availability to interested consumers and is just what we needed to support the productlines."
About Harvey Westbury Corp.
HVYW (http://www.harveywestbury.com) is a marine and automotive product distributor with the company's brand names including Garry's Royal Satin waxes and polishes; and Easy-Test "do-it yourself" tester kits.
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