Helen Denise Goes Next Level with Votes for Mission Main Street Grants from Chase – Global Growth Goals

For Immediate Release

May 12, 2015

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Gayle Naftaly
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Helen Denise Goes Next Level with Votes for Mission Main Street Grants from Chase – Global Growth Goals

Local Business, Helen Denise, CEO of Hilin Life Products, Inc., producer of KNOWHEN® Fertility Products would love support to reach the next level for a $100,000 Grant from Mission Main Street Grants®

Help Hilin Life Products Inc. Grow by Voting Online Before June 19, 2015

Newark, NJ – Hilin Life Products, Inc., a local women’s owned manufacturing business has applied for a $100,000 grant from Chase’s, Mission Main Street Grants®. Hilin Life Products, Inc. must submit a questionnaire outlining a business plan that will result in growth of the business and receive at least 250 votes to be eligible for a grant.

Full eligibility requirements are available in the Program Rules (http://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/rules). Customers, fans and community members can show support for KNOWHEN® Fertility Products by voting at http://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/vote and you can plug in KNOWHEN® Fertility Products or ZIP CODE 07103.

The voting deadline is June 19, 2015 and grant recipients will be selected by expert panelists.  “Stop guessing and start enjoying your sexual life and family planning naturally,” says Ms. Denise, “the $100,000 would have great impact on my business and relevant communities. “

Through Mission Main Street Grants, Chase will award $2 million to 20 small business across America. All businesses that apply for a grant and meet the eligibility requirements will receive access to a small business webcast by Premier Sponsor, LinkedIn. In addition, the 20 grant recipients will receive a trip to LinkedIn headquarters.

The 20 grant recipients will be announced in September 2015. For additional details about Mission Main Street Grants visit www.MissionMainStreetGrants.com.

About Mission Main Street Grants

Demonstrating an ongoing commitment to small business, Chase launched Mission Main Street Grants, a program that will award 20 grants of $100,000 to small businesses across America. By completing a business profile, a grant questionnaire, and meeting relevant eligibility requirements, small businesses will have access to special offers from the Premier Sponsor, LinkedIn. Chase is committed to helping small businesses so they can take big steps for their business and community.

About Helen Denise
Helen resides in Paramus and her office is in Newark NJ, located in the Enterprise Development Center of NJIT.  As producer of KNOWHEN® Fertility Products, she is helping women around the globe.   With a drop of saliva, ovulation can be indicated for natural family planning.   It’s 98% accurate, 100% natural, CE certified, FDA cleared, patent filed and is the only product of its kind holding a US clinical trial which is published in the Journal of Women’s Health and each kit comes with an educational CD plus personal free APP.  The eBook, Welcome to Eva’s World, all about love, sex and new life is a free download on ITunes.    The KNOWHEN® Fertility Monitor is on CVS.com, on the CVS shelves since May 1 nationally and around the nation in stores under the Supervalu chain.

Helen has formally won:

The Sharkette Tank Awards at the Own It Ventures Conference & Pitch Expo: Women’s Choice and The Best Investor Pitch; First prize winner at New Jersey Institute of Technology’s “Startupalooza”;  HiLin Life Products named “The Company Most Likely to Succeed” at the New Jersey Venture Conference in Somerset, NJ March 2010. Company’s product KNOWHEN® Saliva Fertility Monitor and Helen were featured in The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Star Ledger, FoxNews.com, Tech News, Time.com, Forbes, NJBIZ, BC the Magazine, Yahoo.com, Babble.com, Healthy Mom and Baby, Chain Drug Review and so many more.  Recently, Helen Denise was the NJ finalist in the SBA national contest InnovateHER held in Washington DC May 8th, 2015 at The Washington Post.

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