AdultCentro Becomes Latest ASACP Title Sponsor

LOS ANGELESThe Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) on Tuesday announced that AdultCentro has become its newest Title Sponsor.

According to the company, AdultCentro is the premier destination for all things pertaining to adult content and website operation. Having won numerous industry awards, the company says its portfolio boasts the most robust solutions in feeds, content licensing, hosting, technology and billing.

“We are dedicated to the adult entertainment industry on all levels,” AdultCentro CEO Stan D’Aman said. “With our primary business being in the adult content space, we thought it appropriate to support ASACP to help continue to protect children, both from being exploited and from accessing adult content.”

ASACP and its Executive Director Tim Henning welcome AdultCentro to the association’s growing family of sponsors, which provide the bulk of the group’s annual financial backing.

“AdultCentro is one of a new breed of dynamic adult entertainment companies that operate in multiple markets; and sits on the frontline of industry trends and technology,” Henning said. “The company has further demonstrated its vigor by supporting ASACP and its ongoing task of keeping children out of and away from adult entertainment.”

Henning added, “It is through the generous support of companies such as AdultCentro that ASACP is able to continue its vital mission."

For more information, contact tim@asacp.org .

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