CHATSWORTH, CA — (04-03-19) — Zalo USA is confirmed to bring the HERO Clitoral PulseWave Massager at the Altitude Intimate Show taking place in Las Vegas April 8-10.

Adult Retailers are sure to place the 10-Function HERO Clitoral PulseWave Massager on their top shelf sections.

While remaining tight-lipped about the details of the titillating HERO, Zalo USA President and CEO Peter Ovsonka will only reveal the key function of the toy: ravishing clitoral pleasure.

“With studies showing that 50 to 75 percent of women require clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm, it was essential that Zalo apply its innovative technology to satiate that need,” said Peter Ovsonka. “This is an item you definitely have to see for yourself—and visitors to the Holiday Products booth at Altitude will be the first to see it.” said Ovsonka.

As part of the elegantly stylish Queen collection, Zalo also revealed that the Hero is available in the line’s signature colors: Wine Red, Twilight Purple and Jewel Green.

Queen Clitoral PulseWave Massager

Queen Clitoral PulseWave Massager

Pleasure products distributor Holiday Products became an exclusive distributor for Zalo USA last November.  Which is why Holiday Products will be showcasing several items from the multiple award-winning Zalo brand at its booth at the Altitude Intimates Show.

10-Function HERO Clitoral PulseWave Massager by Zalo USA Will Impress at Altitude Intimates

Zalo USA offers adult retailers three distinct collections. Each one is designed to stand out with high-end, attention-grabbing packaging that evokes romance with stunning visuals. The HERO delivers by evoking the romance of Versailles, fairy tales and even ancient Egypt.

Zalo USA products will be showcased at the Holiday Products booth #72 at the Altitude Intimates Trade Show taking place April 8-10 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.

For more information about Hero’s official nationwide launch date, unique product features, pricing and more, call Holiday Products toll-free at 1+800-266-5969 | EMAIL.

Article by: Andy Powell, Staff Writer

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