‘Six of the best’ for Diamond Products
Posted: June 2, 2016
Diamond Products has been commenting publicly on the six nominations it received in the 2016 ETO Awards. Pipedream is represented in four categories, including Best New Product Rage (for King Cock), Best Fetish Products Brand (Fetish Fantasy Series), and Best Pleasure Products Brand and Most Innovative Brand (Pipedream), while Jimmyjane has been nominated for Best Luxury Brand and Best New Product Range (for the Live Sexy line of Intro vibrators).
“It’s always an honour to be recognised by our community,” said Robert Rheaume, Jimmyjane’s President. “This year the entire team worked diligently to introduce an entirely new line. We are honoured to have Live Sexy recognised by our community and peers.”
This year the Jimmyjane team, including Rheaume, will be present at the ETO Show in the ABS Holdings’ booth, where visitors will be able to see all of the latest items from the company, including the four Live Sexy Intro vibrators.
Diamond Products chairman and CEO Nick Orlandino said: “2016 has already been a very successful year for Pipedream, Jimmyjane and Sir Richard’s. We’ve worked hard to make our brands stand out among the crowd of choices in stores. We want to thank ETO for the nominations and our customers for making us the most decorated manufacturer in the industry.”
The ETO Awards are now in their 12th year and seek to recognise excellence in all areas of the supply chain, so there are categories for products, brands, distributors and retailers. There are also awards for sex writers, journalists, store managers, and sales teams, plus a further four awards that are decided by the ETO staff.
The winners will be revealed live on stage at the ETO Awards Dinner, which will be held on Sunday June 12th (the first day of the ETO Show) at the Vox Conference Suite at Resorts World Birmingham (located on the NEC complex, where the ETO Show is being held). If you’d like to join us at the Awards Dinner, and be the first to learn who wins which trophy, individual tickets cost £95 each.
You don’t have to be nominated for an award to attend the dinner and the price includes a pre-dinner drinks reception, three course dinner with wine, the awards ceremony itself and fab after party entertainment. Tables of eight or ten cost £720 and £900 respectively. Contact Jonathan Kirk on 07786 925080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your tickets.