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October 17, 2016

Good Vibrations’ GIVE Campaign For Social Change

SAN FRANCISCO, CA –  Good Vibrations, the premier sex toy retailer trusted for decades to provide quality products, accurate information, and sex positive education is pleased to announce the current partners of their GIVE campaign for social change. They are the National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC), Planned Parenthood, and in the Boston area, the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers. Good Vibrations is proud to partner with sex toy industry leader, Cal Exotics by donating proceeds to Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) with the sale of items from the Inspire Sex Toy line. During all of October on their web site, goodvibes.com customers receive a free Inspire Bullet vibrator with every purchase of an Inspire item.

100% of your contribution at check-out goes directly to our GIVE partners. In addition, Good Vibrations will match a portion of proceeds.

Good Vibrations donates advertising and sponsorship for fundraisers, along with a percentage of retail sales that has provided much needed support for women’s shelters, HIV/AIDS research, art programs, LGBT benefits and much more. Recent partners have been The Transgender Law Center and the Pulse Nightclub victims fund in Orlando Florida. Good Vibrations’ loyal and socially conscious customers are an integral part of helping them help others. Unlike many other companies, Good Vibrations does not take any administrative fees or charges, and fully donates the contribution and also matches a percentage or proceeds.

“Good Vibrations is proud to partner with hard working organizations who advocate health, education, resources, and access. Planned Parenthood’s 100th anniversary is this October and it’s Breast Cancer awareness season so please help us help others.”

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