NEW YORK — Blue Dreams (BDGI) has announced it will be among the leading brands exhibiting at the next edition of the highly anticipated Sexual Health Expo (SHE) consumer event in New York, specifically to showcase its "revolutionary couples vibrator," the Lovers’ Dream.
Further upgraded since consumers and suppliers were given their first glimpse of the new product in January, the makers of Lovers’ Dream anticipate it will make a big impact at SHE.
Fully committed to driving this "elegant and sophisticated device for couples" to the very top, Blue Dreams will be actively seeking partners in the U.S. to join with them "in this sexual revolution." With major expansion plans already in place, along with a suite of other new designs and innovative products, BDGI is offering "considerable opportunities for strategic collaborations with relevant and appropriate partners."
Blue Dreams encourages SHE NY 2016 attendees to look for the Lovers’ Dream, because "once you pick it up, you’ll find it hard to put it back down."
Set for Sept. 24-25, SHE NY will feature the refreshing, dynamic format that has made it a resounding success. Anchored by engaging workshops presented by Sex Ed Sponsor Pleasure Chest, SHE will once again host the most sought-after sex experts and intimacy product showcases from leading manufacturers.
Tickets to the groundbreaking consumer event SHE NY are now available. Registration sponsor We-Vibe is sponsoring free admission to the first 2,000 attendees that register online.
Praised for its fresh approach by exhibitors, sex educators and consumers alike, SHE’s dynamic format has been touted by leading media outlets such as Cosmopolitan, CBS News, Vice.com, The Guardian, Playboy and Bustle, among others.
Emily Morse, sex expert and host of iTunes’ top downloaded sex and relationship advice podcast "Sex with Emily," will once again serve as SHE’s official spokesperson.
Last year’s SHE NY drew more than 2,500 attendees over the course of two days centered around education and products for achieving a better sex life. 2016 is expected to draw 4,000 attendees.