Paradise Marketing Offers TV Broadcasters Access to Free Condoms

Paradise Marketing, America’s Number One source of condoms and lubricants, has sent notice to all television broadcasters that they will have complete access to condoms in the cases of need for future weather coverage.


Generous offer from an American company is a response to the most recent actions of TV Reporter Kyla Galer, who needed to protect expensive equipment during her coverage of Hurricane Ian.

“A lot of people are asking what is on my microphone,” NBC’s Kyla Galer said in a clip shared online. “It is what you think it is – it’s a condom! It helps protect the gear. We can’t get these mics wet. There’s a lot of wind, there’s a lot of rain, so we got to do what we got to do, and that is put a condom on the microphone.”

Paradise Marketing responded to the unusual situation by offering its products as a way to protect TV equipment from unwanted mishaps.

“We at Paradise Marketing appreciate the honesty of Kyla Galer during her courageous television coverage of Hurricane Ian,” said Christopher Von Huben, Chief Executive Officer for Paradise Marketing. “It is our goal to make everyone in the television industry aware that when in need for these types of natural disasters, Paradise Marketing is here to assist with free condoms to those on the front lines.”

An article on the coverage can be found here.

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