Larry King and wife Shawn will be starring in a new media campaign for All Natural BreathGemz, a breath freshener product, USA Today reports. According to a media release, receiued by the newspaper, BreathGemz "provides instant fresh breath that lasts for hours against the toughest offenders -- even garlic." How? A powerful mint coating encases a liquid core of parsley seed oil. "We love this product so much, we have become part of the Gemz family as partners, "says King. "Shawn and I plan to make sure that people share our enthusiasm for these truly effective BreathGemz." Larry and Shawn will exchange playful banter in two-minute TV spots, starting in the U.S. today.
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