iWantEmpire Signs Ad Deal With Talent Testing Service

iWantEmpire Signs Ad Deal With Talent Testing Service
Charlie Tetiyevsky

LOS ANGELES — iWantEmpire has signed a deal with adult industry blood screening facility Talent Testing Service for an official advertising partnership.

“iWantEmpire is very pleased to partner with Talent Testing Service and help raise awareness about their invaluable contributions to workplace safety in the adult community,” iWantEmpire President Jay Phillips said. “TTS plays a pivotal role in the protection of artists, fans and everyone who is sexually active. We are proud to work with them and promote their missive and the need for regular testing at their state-of-the-art facilities. We are encouraging all artists and fans alike to play safe and to get tested regularly!” 

Sixto Pacheco, Talent Testing Service's founder and president, said, “I am grateful to offer more benefits to our customers and for the added exposure to millions of people who are both artists and fans. By providing education and awareness about health screening services to a new and diverse demographic I hope to continue to decrease the transmission of STDs worldwide.”

Under the agreement, iWantEmpire will promote Talent Testing Service across its network including on its popular iWantClips.com and iWantBlog.com sites. The partnership will utilize social media outreach, rotating banner ads and contests as well as articles and interviews covering iWantEmpire’s artists and properties.

Over the next few months, iWantEmpire will equip each of the four TTS locations with miniature refrigerators, branded bottled water, protein bars and a glamour selfie station with props, wigs, hats and “I Know My Status” signs.

iWantEmpire will also have the opportunity to promote its platforms through educational videos, signage and printed material at all Talent Testing Services locations. iWantEmpire currently subsidizes all testing costs for its contract stars and has an authorized fund to give equal assistance to other artists.