Las Vegas – Pink Visual and AEBN RealTouch are pleased to officially announce the 2012 Pron Party, slated for 4-7pm on January 10 at the V Bar in the Venetian Hotel . Designed in part to cheer up attendees of the Consumer Electronics Show disappointed by the fact that the Adult Entertainment Expo is not concurrent with CES this year, the party will offer both entertainment and insight into the symbiotic relationship between adult entertainment and technology.

The Pron Party promises to be “an evening filled with free cocktails, tasty snacks, porn star appearances and plenty of free swag,” according to Pink Visual Marketing Director Lea Busick, who added that VIP tickets are already in the mail for some select invitees.

Co-sponsored by AEBN RealTouch, a ‘haptic’ device that combines patented technology with specially-programmed adult videos to create a web-based virtual sex experience, the Pron Party is all about the convergence of technology and pornography.

“We’re a very technology-focused company, as is AEBN, clearly,” Busick said. “The convergence theme just seemed like an obvious choice for us, and it’s a theme that resonates with tech-savvy porn fans in a big way.”

During the party, Pink Visual will display some of its latest developments, including its cloud-based content distribution platform, The evening won’t be all gadgets, bells and whistles, however.

“We’re bringing in three lovely, highly personable young ladies who are immensely popular with fans right now, Alexis Texas, Lexi Belle and Kirsten Price, just to make sure that the geeks in attendance don’t spend the whole evening with their eyes glued to a screen,” quipped Busick. “After all, how much fun is it to flirt with an iPad?”

With the event a little over one month away, adult entertainment studio Pink Visual is encouraging those interested in attending its ‘Pron Party’ to secure their invitations (or media credentials) now. Contact Busick at, or call 520.290.0910 Ext. 237. Busick is also the appropriate contact for media personnel wishing to cover the event.

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