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Black Friday Online Shopping Destination MyReviewsNow.net Announces 10% Off and Free Shipping From Partner Nearly Natural

Online shopping mall, shopping blog and shopping experience review hub MyReviewsNow.net is pleased to announce 10% off and free shipping on all silk flowers from Nearly Natural during Black Friday 2012.

LAS VEGAS, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Online shopping mega mall MyReviewsNow.net is excited to announce the Nearly Natural Black Friday sale. When shopping from MyReviewsNow.net on Black Friday, shoppers will receive 10% off all silk flowers plus free shipping. As always Nearly Natural will still be honoring their 100% satisfaction guarantee plus free return shipping if a shopper is not completely satisfied.

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Nearly Natural sets itself apart from the rest of their competitors by hiring florists with years of experience working with live plants. Customers will find flowers, trees, plants and wreathes that are as natural looking as the plants they are fashioned after.

"Black Friday is almost here, and our partners are gearing up with incredible discounts this year", commented Lina Andrade from MyReviewsNow.net. "Nearly Natural silk flowers are always priced fairly, but with the Black Friday discount and free shipping shoppers will have access to some of the lowest prices they have ever seen!"

Shoppers ready to take advantage of the Black Friday prices from Nearly Natural should head over to MyReviewsNow.net's Home Improvement Portal. There they will also be able to shop online for a variety of home decor options and anything else they are in the market for this holiday season. In addition, shoppers can check out the latest bargain and discount information in the shopping blog, read product and service reviews from other shoppers and submit their own shopping experiences.

For more information or media inquiries, contact Lina Andrade at info(at)myreviewsnow(dot)net. Press release issued by SEOChampion.com.

About MyReviewsNow.net Shopping Mall

An online shopping internet superstore of home decorations, furnishings, gifts, and thousands of other services, products and publications available online, MyReviewsNow.net is a business directory that sets itself apart from similar sites by offering both professional reviews and consumer reviews on the Internet's hottest offerings in a fun, simple format that is easy for visitors to shop online and enjoy. Plus, MyReviewsNow.net is 100% free, open 24/7, and the best way avoid crowded malls and parking lots.

About SEO Champion

SEO Champion was started in 1999 and is owner operated by Michael Rotkin, SEO Specialist for over 17 years. Michael Rotkin's goal for his clients is to "own" keyword placements for the top 3 slots organically, so that his clients can earn a higher return on investment from their advertising dollars. Rotkin realizes the value of SEO over Pay-Per-Click campaigns, where click-throughs are generally more expensive and harder to convert into sales. SEOChampion's intense work ethic can be seen in daily and weekly reports that show progress through organic keyword gain. This effort is the reason his SEO firm has been able to build a loyal client base for many years. Learn more at SEO Champion.

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Media Contact: LINA ANDRADE, myreviewsnow, llc, 702-462-6311, [email protected]

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