Sexpo Press Conference in Sin City Sydney, Australia; Media Friendly Adult Entertainment
This evening Sydney's PARKROYAL hotel at Darling Harbour hosted the annual Sydney Sexpo press conference.
A jam packed room saw many of the creme of the adult entertainment industry attend, at a time when what adults do behind closed doors is as relevant as ever.
Industry names who attended include: Fiona Pattern (EROS Association CEO), Bombshells Australia (including Michelle "Bombshell" McGee), Alexis Texas (adult actress), Nina Mercedez (adult actress, web entrepreneur, producer and fitness model), Belladonna (adult entertainer and producer), Ron Jeremy (adult actor), Vaughn Liley (xxx), HunkMania Australia and Suzie Q (adult entertainer and pole dancer).
There were also a few mascots interacting in a risque fashion with guests who seemed to really enjoy the play time.
Russell Gilbert, comedian, hosted the press conference and he was genuinely funny, and the audience lapped it up.
Our journalist interviewed EROS Association CEO Fiona Pattern, and she advised on the political front that "We think the Sex Party is becoming a lot more popular. Just look at the success of other political parties like The Greens in senate".
.XXX is Upcoming Sydney Sexpo Sponsor - Mar 12th, 2012 06:26 PM
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL—ICM Registry is making its final preparations for this year's Sexpo in Sydney, Australia, which takes place March 15-18 at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour. Following the huge success of last November’s show in Melbourne, which saw record crowds estimated to be in excess of 85,000 attendees at the .xxx-sponsored event, ICM decided to boost their profile even more for this event by sponsoring the attendance of legendary adult performers Ron Jeremy and Nina Mercedez at this years Sydney show to promote .xxx.
Both during and after the Melbourne Sexpo, ICM saw a huge surge in traffic from Australia indicating the exposure and interest generated by the .xxx sponsorship of the event had a very positive impact. Domain registrations also increased from the region immediately following the Melbourne Sexpo, and Australian Registrars are second only to US based Registrars in terms of the number of .xxx registrations.
“As part of building our brand awareness, we decided to sponsor the attendance of Ron and Nina for this years show. We have several media events already lined up including TV and Radio raising awareness of .xxx in the minds of consumers which can only be good news for .xxx domain owners,” said Vaughn Liley, ICM Sales Director. “As part of our traffic generation initiatives, we will also be promoting many of the new and operationally live .xxx sites to the estimated 65,000 attendees in Sydney."
In addition, ICM has teamed up with Crazy Domains, an Australian based registrar, to offer special .XXX domain pricing during Sexpo. More details can be found by visiting the .xxx booth # 173 at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Center between March 15-18.
What Is Sexpo?
SEXPO – Sexuality and Adult Lifestyle Exhibition is the worlds largest adult show. Sexpo boasts international performers in all aspects of adult entertainment. The aim of the exhibition is to provide a fun vibrant atmosphere for like minded people - to enjoy and find information on ALL THINGS ADULT.
Sexpo is not just about SEX, it is about sexuality and adult lifestyles. At SEXPO you will find hundreds of exhibitors, and there is something for everyone. If you are looking for that fun, different or even special gift for a friend or loved one. You will find it all at SEXPO.
Our entertainment is second to none, with our international pornstars, male and female HOT bodies, hypnotists, comedians, lingerie parades and our WORLD FAMOUS AMATEUR STRIP!
SEXPO provides all their patrons with the opportunity to mix in a bit of shopping and socialising with world class entertainment thrown in – what better way to spend a day/night out with friends or with your partner.
PARKROYAL Darling Harbour
Eva Rinaldi Photography Flick (Sexpo portfolio)
Eva Rinaldi Photography
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