FERNDALE, MI — (03-25-19) — Nalpac has launched an information and education new web series, the Buyers Guide Web Series.

The series, produced in-house at Nalpac, are available on the adult distributor’s YouTube channel. The inaugural episode features the We-Vibe Sync and gives viewers a quick tutorial on some of the features of this top-selling couples vibe.

“The Buyers Guide Web Series is meant to be a fun and informative way for our manufacturing partners to let customers know about the latest and greatest products they offer. We had a great time shooting our first video with Kitty from We-Vibe and the tropical location made for a beautiful day!” said Amy Lazzara, Nalpac’s creative director.

Nalpac is always looking for new and unique ways to highlight products beyond traditional boring training videos. The Buyers Guide Web Series will feature short 1- to 2-minute video’s giving an overview of quick tips and tricks for using the featured item. These videos are accessible to everyone and can be used on multiple levels from retail training video’s to a mini users guide for the end consumer.

In the first Buyers Guide Web Series episode viewers get to learn three little known facts about the We-Vibe Sync. Kitty shows viewers how easily adjustable the Sync is, how effortlessly it can be controlled by a range of options including the touch of a finger, voice commands, and music. The Sync is also waterproof, making it the perfect addition to any tropical getaway or poolside romantic encounter.

We-Vibe Featured In Nalpac Buyers Guide New Web Series

“I was honored to shoot Nalpac’s Buyers Guide very first video! I wanted to showcase We-Vibe Sync’s exclusive Beat and Touch modes in a fun and easy way on our free We-Connect App. Sync is one of our best-selling We-Vibe products, and customers love how versatile it is” said Kitty, WOW Tech Group’s territory manager.

Adult store buyers can get more information by calling Nalpac Ltd  at 1+800-837-5946 | EMAIL | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | Twitter.

Article by: Jack MacNamara, Staff Writer

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