LELO Sales and Marketing Manager Shaye Saldana told XBIZ that the company worked on acquiring the coveted account jointly with one of its distributors, Entrenue, by introducing LELO’s core line of vibes.
“It’s only fitting that a fine hotel such as the Wynn have fine products such as LELO’s,” Saldana said. “You never know when someone is going to win a jackpot and have the need to make a special purchase for their partner.”
INEZ, LELO’s $10,500 18-karat gold vibe, and the rest of the collection’s precious-metal vibes and insertables are now available, and Saldana said they fit well with the rest of Black Satin’s stock of high-end lingerie and sensual products.
“There always seems to be a call for these items while in Vegas,” Saldana said, “and we are very fortunate to be a part of the luxury revolution in the world of the elite of Las Vegas, as well as around the world.”
Saldana added that having lingerie shops like Black Satin keep an open mind to stocking pleasure objects like LELO's brings that sector of the adult industry one step closer to mainstream acceptance and a wider potential customer base.
“I think that the Wynn is ahead of the curve, but hope that other lingerie boutiques see the value in the overall experience,” Saldana said.