Topco Sales has unveiled a display at the new Erotic Heritage Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, which showcases the company’s 35 year history. The Museum is a collaboration between Harry Mohney and Ted McIlvenna and is owned and managed by the Exodus Trust, a non-profit California entity.
“Harry Mohney called me several months ago and told me all about his plans for this amazing museum,” said Scott Tucker, President and CEO of Topco Sales. “I told him he could count on Topco Sales to help. The Las Vegas location is perfect for the museum and I am sure it will draw huge crowds from around the world. We are honoured to be a part of it and the timing couldn’t be better as we celebrate our 35 year anniversary.”
Harry Mohney commented: “Topco Sales’ contribution to the world in terms of sex toy ingenuity is a vital part of our collective erotic heritage. Plus the company has moulded some of the biggest names in porn over the years, and those castings are important to preserve and display. We are pleased to have Topco Sales as part of the Erotic Heritage Museum collection.”
The Topco exhibit takes visitors on a journey through the history of the family-run company, beginning with the two books on lovemaking written by Topco Sales’ founder, Martin Tucker, and ending with the recent merger that created Topco Sales China. In between it features some of the first rabbit-style toys, integrated circuit operated vibrators, the Love Swing, Virtual Girl and more.
The Erotic Heritage Museum opened in August and is located just off the Las Vegas Strip at 3275 Industrial. Further information can be found at www.eroticheritagemuseum.com