Stunner Media Expands Sales Team, Launches More Sites

MONTREAL — Stunner Media, the parent company of has announced the addition of Ron Stewart to its marketing and sales team.

As an account representative, Stewart will work closely with the company’s current base of clients, as well as increase its clientele base.

“Ron brings with him years of experience within the adult content industry,” Stunner Media’s CEO Phil St-Onge said. “His knowledge and reputation for the highest level of customer service make him a perfect fit, as our company enters a new phase. Ron will have input at the highest level to ensure satisfaction amongst our clients as we prepare ourselves for the future.”

The site also has launched a new design and pricing structure, as well as released five new feed, including Boys that Gagged, Fresh Amateur Cuties, Public Nudity Uncovered, Real Shemales from Brazil and Taste this Brazilian Ass.

“After analyzing all feeds offered at the time, we decided to use what we learned from our years of experience and apply it to our feeds,” St-Onge said. “We decided not to lease a feed so complete in every aspect that it could easily be a standalone paysite. Of course, all of our feeds are entirely customizable to allow our clients to choose exactly what they want to show their members. With several new content deals on the table, we will keep offering new feeds to our clients all throughout 2006.”

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