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Women On The Move Presents: "Barbara Marville-Kelly"

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Life at 60, is pretty nifty, and could not be better for Barbara Marville-Kelly, aka known as BMK after the marriage to her husband and soul-mate Dennis Kelly, in 2000, who together are following the dream of their hearts, and now working together. Living in Florida, with their two little Yorkie "girls", Sche Sche & Gi Gi and other family members close by, they are living their own passion of helping others to find theirs,and to live a better quality of life, through a healthy mind, body and spirit, using the mind as the map, the body as the vehicle and the spirit as the fuel. Barbara retired as an on air talent host for HSN after 15 years, of expertise presenting products in all categories, and numerous celebrity guested shows, co-hosting with guests such as Jennifer Flavin-Stallone, Wolfgang Puck, Leeza Gibbons, Susan Lucci, Dick Clark, Anthony Mark Hankins, Suzanne Somers, Toni LIttle, Frankie Avalon, to name a few. Joined by millions of viewers , over the years Barbara was able to develop quite a loyal following, while launching new shows, such as "Week In Review", "Pillow Talk", and of course two of her favorites, her own signature show "Marvilleous Fashions" , and the morning show "Sunrise", her grand finale of goals achieved as Show Host. Thriving on a special niche in ways of making products sizzle with excitement, guests to shine, and engaging the customer to a shopping experience that was unique and different has been one of Barbara's major strengths. She attributes her success to that "never give up" faith based attitude, and the never ending support of her endearing viewers. In Barbara's heart of hearts, she embraced the relationships she nurtured over the years with her customers, and colleagues who have become long time friends. "It was the best part of the J-O-B!, it was the viewers who also inspired me to write my book in progress, "Chasing Rainbows," and develop our health program, called "Fight for Life"