CHATSWORTH, CA — (10-25-18) — Pleasure products announcement that they have pulled their brands from attending the upcoming ANME Founders B2B Trade Show has gone viral. The multi-award winning manufacturer of pleasure toys said today it will no longer participate in the twice-yearly ANME Founders B2B Trade Show.

“Our team can be of better service by being on the road and in our customers’ stores and offices.” said Pipedream Sales Manager, Miranda Doyle. “So that’s exactly what we’re going to do,” said Doyle.

The decision comes on the heels of several corporate and culture changes at the mega-manufacturer, following the appointment earlier this year of Matthew Matsudaira as the company’s new CEO.

“We will continue to focus on our customers’ success and work tirelessly for them, but ANME no longer fits our agenda,” said Matthew Matsudaira. “We’d like to thank the ANME show and the Founders for a great run. We’ve enjoyed many years of successful shows, and we wish all our friends, customers and competitors well this year.” said Matsudaira.

Coming off the heels of one of its best quarters ever in the company’s history, Pipedream credits the success to a renewed focus on culture, operational efficiency, reliability and product differentiation.

With a revamped product release schedule, sizable investments in infrastructure, and a new customer-obsessed culture, Pipedream’s priorities have radically shifted under new management. As a result, Pipedream has decided to no longer participate in the bi-yearly ANME show.

“Pipedream is taking chances, thinking differently and changing the game,” added Sales Executive Mona Madrigal. “Not only is it refreshing for us; it’s paying off for our customers. I know they appreciate the focused attention at one on one visits in their own backyard more than 30 minutes at a trade show.” said Madrigal.

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Article by: Jack MacNamara, Staff Writer

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