"Fans don't come to the show to investigate new products," Pink Visual marketing & PR coordinator Kate Sylvan said. "They come to see the girls, get some free swag, and have a great time. Our goal was to create a memorable experience for our fans, to put on an unforgettable show, and we absolutely did just that, the fan response was amazing, we had a crowd at our booth at all times."
Pink Visual believes in breaking down the barriers between product and consumers. By providing fan interaction with some well-known adult stars, they changed and touched more than a few lives at the show.
"I know it sounds like a corny overstatement, but we truly touched people, and gave them something they would never forget. People are still making a fuss about our talking urinal cakes -- people actually stole some right out of the urinals," Pink Visual distribution operations manager Kim Kysar said. "I received so many hugs from fans for making their wildest dreams come true, whether it was getting to play a round of Twister with the girls, or sandwiching a soldier on leave from Iraq between two stars riding our Sybians to climax, we made fans for life. You just can't ask for anything more."
Crowd interaction and girls who were having fun with each other pushed the show floor's rules to the limits.
"We tried to make them behave, we really did, but we were outnumbered," Kysar said. Games such as Twister, Porn Charades, and Red light / Green light and Truth or Dare raised the bar of what's expected at the show.
"When we were planning the show this year, we asked our fans what they wanted from us, what would they like to see at the show that they can't see anywhere else, and the answer was girls, girls, girls," Kysar said. "You can buy a T-shirt, you can buy a DVD, but you can't buy the porn star experience -- at least not for the price of show admission. Our PV Girls absolutely delivered lifelong memories.
"The games were safe, they were fun, and it gave the fans a chance to interact with the girls directly. The Pink Visual booth was all about the experience, not just about collecting a signature."
The endless crowds and non-stop shows, as well as the launch of iPinkVisual, created a big stir with the press.
"We had seven camera crews on our show floor at one point," Sylvan said. "It was great! We had NBC News, Fox News, G4, Howard TV, AOL News, PC MAG and dozens of other media representatives. We had an incredible amount of press coverage; it was an incredibly successful show for us on every level."
For sales information, please contact Kim Kysar at Kim@pinkvisual.com