The company said its Trojan Vibrations Pleasure Carts will distribute a total 10,000 vibrators during the month of August.
"Research from The Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University found that 53 percent of women and 45 percent of men have used a vibrator in their lifetime, indicating that vibrators have officially entered the mainstream," said Bruce Weiss, vice president of marketing, Trojan Sexual Health. "We're always looking for ways to advance this effort by fostering an open dialogue about sexual health and creating unique moments that get people 'buzzing' about sex and pleasure."
Weiss said the models being distributed free of charge are the Trojan Tri-Phoria Intimate Massager and the Trojan Pulse Intimate Massager.
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