Wet Donates Products to Returning Troops

Tod Hunter
LOS ANGELES — Products from Wet International will be included in welcome home bags for 500 U.S. troops returning from Afghanistan at the end of the month. The troops are members of the 62nd Engineer Battalion, responsible for building mess halls, guard towers and other Army facilities.

Coordinated by the soldiers' wives working under the informal name of the Welcome Home Committee, the gift bags will help in the soldiers’ transition to home after a 15-month deployment overseas.

Wet has contributed packages of Inttimo by Wet Total Body Shave Cream and Wet Clear Flavored Lubricant in Kiwi Strawberry.

“We are so excited to contribute to a warm homecoming for our troops,” Wet spokesperson Jennifer Martsolf said. “Giving back has been important to us since the very beginning, contributing to the work of more than 300 nonprofit organizations worldwide, and there is no group more deserving of our support and thanks than the brave men and women fighting for our country.”

Wet International's parent company Trigg Laboratories was founded in 1989 and manufactures sexual-wellness and consumer-healthcare products. Currently available in 62 countries, Wet International products are sold by adult specialty boutiques and mainstream food, drug and mass merchandise retail outlets, including major U.S. drugstore chains.