Published on May 1, 2013
In Vegas, Sex Toy Races are the New Poker
Los Angeles, May 2013 - Gambling in Vegas just got more exciting with the first Sex Toy Race in the history of Sin City, put on by Fun Factory to showcase its Stronic, a new kind of sex toy capable of thrusting forward. The game is played to raise money for charity.
During the International Lingerie Salon held recently at a famous Hotel and Casino on the Vegas strip, guests placed bets on Stronics, the only sex toy in the world capable of thrust motions. The game is called "Stronic Sex Toy Race." It's played on a poker table by up to 8 people, using 4 Stronics. "This has not been done before because regular vibrators cannot thrust or race; but these are pulsators, not vibrators. Stronics just came out and are designed to jolt one's G-spot into oblivion" says Director of Marketing at Fun Factory.
The Shop at the Museum of Sex In NYC was the first to host a Stronic Race in February 2013 during a launch party for this Fun Factory product. A staff member at MoSEX says the "Stronic is my new long, strong, German boyfriend." Fun Factory will be at the Museum again in June during Pride week for the launch of Stronic Zwei (Stronic 2).
Doctor Carol Queen, from "Good Vibrations" retail stores is speaking with Fun Factory about organizing Stronic races during her annual Masturbate-a-Thon. "What a great new participant sport," Queen says, "though not as great as the participant sport the Stronic was initially designed for, if you get what I mean. What I love most about this new technology is that it finally allows users to enjoy a thrusting sensation, not just vibration."
In West Hollywood, the Pleasure Chest is hosting a series of races in the Fall and promoting the game on its blog. "It's one the most popular videos on our blog" says Director of Development Kristen Tribby. "The racing game is a clever way to showcase the unique thrusting technology and brilliant design of the Fun Factory Stronic." Tribby says the store is selling out of Stronics, "a great new alternative to vibrators."
Frederic Walme, CEO of Fun Factory USA says: "it's not the most cerebral game but at least it's more complex than Keno, and it gets people really riled up." Next Stronic toy race will take place in June to raise money for an LGBT charity.
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