HIGHTSTOWN, NJ — East Coast News has announced they have joined forces with Kama Sutra to exclusively offer their new collection of personal massagers, Rhythm.
“Our partnership with Kama Sutra goes way back,” said Justin Vickers, retail coordinator for East Coast News. “It is only fitting that they have applied their expertise to the personal massager market. Our customers are going to be blown away by the quality of these items, and we expect them to be a big hit at next month’s IVD|ECN fall show in Vermont.”
East Coast News said that the Rhythm line is debuting with “five beautifully designed pleasure instruments” and that “retailers will be pleased to see the high-end display and packaging that showcases them.”
The Rhythm collection is currently available for pre-order only through East Coast News, which is carrying all five styles — and the styles can be purchased individually.
“Customers can also purchase a prepack that includes a display with four deep of each style and one tester for each style,” East Coast News said.
“We have been overwhelmed by the positive response to Rhythm by Kama Sutra, our new line of personal massagers,” said Nick Nugwynne, operations manager for Kama Sutra. “After decades of producing high-quality, sensual body care products, Kama Sutra is excited to be entering a new market. We are ecstatic about the commitment East Coast News made in helping us take this new line to market. With three well-positioned locations across the United States, ECN is the perfect partner to help launch Rhythm. And we are excited to finally get the line into the hands of customers. ECN has been a long-time partner of Kama Sutra’s for many years, and I am glad to continue to strengthen and grow our partnership with the exclusive launch of Rhythm by Kama Sutra.”
East Coast News now features more than 30,000 products from more than 150 manufacturers.
“With warehouses strategically located in New Jersey, Florida, and California, shipping times are minimized and efficiency is maximized for all customers, regardless of location,” East Coast News said.