LOS ANGELES — Rock Candy unveils its Holiday-Themed, Candy-Inspired Sex Toys for review. Candy is an instrumental part of every holiday.  So Rock Candy Toys has seized the opportunity for adult retailers to offer color coordinated, holiday-themed sex toys.  That’s right, just in time for the industry’s biggest season.

The latest release from Rock Candy includes a festive peppermint stick design for its flagship ‘Candy Stick Vibrator’.  Plus a special-edition holiday versions of the ‘Mega Mini Bullets’ for Halloween, Christmas, Hanukkah and Valentine’s Day.

Rock Candy Stick Vibrator

“The holidays are the ideal opportunity for fun add-on sales and stocking stuffers.” said Keith Caggiano, Rock Candy Toys’ president. “Combining candy and holiday festivities will undoubtedly boost sales for retailers. The Rock Candy line is about the impulsive power of candy and this holiday season, customers can treat themselves to guilt-free, zero-calorie pleasure.” said Caggiano.

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Keith Caggiano further added that each individually wrapped Mega Mini vibrator reflects the candy-inspired impulse purchase aesthetic that Rock Candy developed specifically for mass consumer appeal.  The bullets are included in the Candy Shoppe, a dynamic tube dispenser-style display that showcases the additional fun-sized toys in the collection.

“We took a very intentional approach to our product and packaging innovation,” said Rock Candy Toys publicity division spokesperson. “The addition of an established, best-selling bullet vibrator, presented in a distinct and approachable fashion ensures an effortless sell for retailers, and a memorable experience for consumers.”

The original ‘Mega Mini Bullet’ collection is available in Bubblegum Pink, Blueberry Blue, Cinnamon Red and Jelly Bean Purple.  Holiday editions feature two colors per holiday, for a total of eight festive styles to choose from.

Adult retailers can get ordering information on the complete Rock Candy collection via EMAIL | B2B Site | Facebook | Google+ | Instagram | Twitter

Article by: Andy Powell, Staff Writer

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