Novelty Distributor Honey’s Place Finds a New Home

Ericka Jensen

SAN FERNANDO, Calif. — Adult novelty distributor Honey’s Place has moved from its Burbank location to a 35,000-square-foot office in the San Fernando Valley.

The new facility, which includes warehouse space, is more than double the size of the company’s Burbank spot, clear evidence the company is in the middle of a significant growth period.

President of Honey’s Place, Bonnie Feingold, told XBIZ the company also has expanded its product lines and inventory, which contributed to the need for a more accommodating space.

“We're experiencing growth and pursuing growth and bringing in new product lines to better accommodate our diverse customer base,” Feingold said.

Honey’s also has introduced a streamlined computer system and is implementing a new wholesale website so customers can place orders any time.

Feingold said the company’s work ethic is the bottom line for successfully maintaining its business.

“We work very hard at supporting our customers and accommodating them,” Feingold told XBIZ. “We treat customers the way we would want to be treated and assist them with product education.”

“Honey’s prides itself on being a family-owned and run business,” Feingold told XBIZ. “We work together as a team. We have a diverse product line and our thoroughly trained employees assist customers in finding the right product for each type of retail outlet — lingerie, DVD or home party planners.”

Honey’s Place distributes more than 50 novelty products from various manufacturers, including California Exotic Novelties, Sportsheets, Fun Factory, Doc Johnson, Pipedreams and others.