Doc Johnson Profiled in ‘Women’s Health’

By on August 16, 2016
Doc Johnson Profiled in ‘Women’s Health’

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Doc Johnson was recently profiled for a feature article, entitled “Sex (Toys) Sells”, in this month’s issue of Women’s Health, which hit newsstands this week.

The article takes Women’s Health senior editor Faye Brennan on a tour “inside the country’s biggest sex toy factory (the Willy Wonka of big willies!)”, where she describes the Doc Johnson campus as a “215,000-square-foot behemoth of an operation where, every
day, 15,000 toys roll down the production line, ready to supply millions of orgasms.”

Through comments made by Doc Johnson COO/CCO Chad Braverman, the Women’s Health article also offers Doc Johnson’s insights on current trends and predictions for the future of the pleasure products industry.

“It’s exciting to receive coverage from a publication as visible and influential as Women’s Health,” said Braverman. “As a company that has kept most manufacturing in the U.S. since 1976– unlike a lot of others that only began exploring better practices a few years ago, when labor outsourcing became a hot-button issue– we are also very proud of the fact that Women’s Health chose Doc Johnson to represent the face of American pleasure products manufacturing. It’s a constant goal of ours to introduce our brand to the mainstream masses, and gaining this level of media exposure, in a publication that attracts millions of readers, is a home run for us.”

“Women’s Health reaches millions of readers every month,” said Doc Johnson’s VP of Sales and Marketing, Scott Watkins. “The top-tier media coverage Doc Johnson has been receiving in the past several months has exponentially increased our website traffic and retailers should prepare for increased demand of Doc Johnson products featured in the Women’s Health article (including our OptiMALE™ Rechargeable Vibrating C-Ring, and Doc Johnson’s selection of anal trainer kits) as this issue hits newsstands across the country.”

Doc Johnson’s feature in Women’s Health is the latest in a string of recent mainstream coverage for the company, which includes a full-length feature video on BuzzFeed, “How Sex Toys Are Made”, an interview in Forbes, and a product spotlight in Cosmopolitan naming Doc Johnson’s Tryst™ as “Sex Toy of the Month”.

View the Women’s Health article here.

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