April 05, 2018 09:30am
Sex Expo NY 2018
Source: Sex Expo PR
by: Company Press Release
(NEW YORK, NY) -- Adam & Eve Stores will be returning to Sex Expo New York this year as a diamond sponsor and will be exhibiting a wide array of pleasure products in its booth.
Sex Expo New York 2018 is set for the weekend of Sept. 22-23 at the Brooklyn Expo Center. Presented by premier cam network Chaturbate, the Brooklyn show will feature workshops with a variety of educators and sexual wellness experts as well as showcases from top pleasure product manufacturers.
“Adam & Eve Stores are truly honored to once again sponsor the Sex Expo New York,” said Chad Jenny, national business consultant for Adam & Eve Franchising Corporation (AEFC). “Participating is a great opportunity to connect with our customers, have fun and interact on a personal level. Bringing knowledge of sexual health and intimacy has long been the goal of Adam & Eve, which is why this event is so special for us. And the borough of Brooklyn plays a fine host. What a great atmosphere and even more amazing people!”
Adam & Eve is one of the most long-running adult brands in the U.S. Founded by Phil Harvey and Tim Black in 1970, Adam & Eve established a successful mail-order catalog in the 1970s — and in 2018, the Adam & Eve empire ranges from a chain of franchised brick-and-mortar stores to a film studio to the high-traffic e-commerce site AdamAndEve.com (which sells many different types of pleasure products as well as DVDs and downloads).
“This year, Adam & Eve will once again bring the feel and experience of our retail stores to the Brooklyn Expo Center, featuring our best sellers from the web and stores — and also, showcasing the newest in adult toy technology, design and function,” Jenny said. “Every visitor will find an experience to explore all their erotic fantasies. After visiting the Adam & Eve booth, there should be no sleep inBrooklyn but plenty of good times.”
The Brooklyn Expo Center is located at 72 Noble St. in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint area and is within walking distance of the MTA’s Greenpoint Ave. subway station, which is served by the G Train.