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Good Vibrations Celebrates National Condom Week
Pioneering Sex-Positive Retailer Makes Safer Sex Fun and Affordable
SAN FRANCISCO (February 6th, 2013): Good Vibrations, the trusted San Francisco-based company that takes pride in providing accurate information on sexuality and toys for grown-ups celebrates National Condom Week by offering 15% off all condoms from Feb 14th to Feb 21st online and in all of their retail locations. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, celebrate safer sexy and find more romantic gifts for every taste and budget.
What began on a University of California Berkeley campus in 1978 has grown into a national week of awareness-raising, celebrated by students, activists groups, condom manufacturers and retailers alike. Though the effort to normalize the use of condoms has been very successful, there is still a long way to go. With six retail stores on two coasts, including the new Oakland location, Good Vibrations can effectively share the message.
“Sexual health and wellness is the cornerstone of Good Vibrations, and we are pleased to offer this promotion and celebrate National Condom Week and our philosophy of safe sex,” says Good Vibrations Executive Vice President Jackie Strano.
With Good Vibrations’ extensive selection of condoms (including vegan!), there is no shortage of choices in protecting oneself from sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies. Stock up for pleasure at any of Good Vibrations six retail locations and celebrate National Condom Week.
ABOUT GOOD VIBRATIONS
Good Vibrations is the San Francisco Bay Area based retailer trusted for more than three decades to provide a comfortable, safe environment for finding sex-positive products and educational materials to enhance one’s sex life. Good Vibrations offers its products through its retail stores and website, goodvibes.com. Stores are located in San Francisco, Berkeley, and Oakland, CA and in Brookline, MA.