TLARAW.COM Launches New Site Design

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“We’ve received so much positive feedback over the last month that we are certain we have provided an adult shopping experience unrivaled in the market place.” Brian Sokel, Managing Director, one of the largest online and direct mail adult retailers in the country, has announced the launch of their new and improved retail site offering a new layout and format, new functionality and a new logo.

Offering some of the most competitive pricing for adult DVDs and sexy toys as well as an adult video-on-demand library of over 60,000 movies, is the shopping destination for any adult entertainment lover. With honest, opinionated reviews and thousands of movies in stock and ready to ship discreetly, starts the new decade with a bang.

Some of the new additions to the site are:

  •     A new, cleaner layout which offers an intuitive shopping experience
  •     Increased, above the fold promotion, for products and specials in the new, “Marquee” section offering more information with less searching
  •     More video content on the site than ever before
  •     New and improved shopping cart functionality, including a shared shopping cart with sister sites, and

ABOUT TLARAW.COM -, a subsidiary of TLA Entertainment Group, is an online and mailorder retailer of the very best in adult entertainment. From hardcore to adult erotica and sex toys, services hundred of thousands of customers worldwide. Please visit our site or call us at 1-888-TLA.DVDS.

ABOUT TLA ENTERTAINMENT - Founded in 1981, TLA Entertainment owns and operates the award winning DVD and VOD retail Web sites, and As the premier retailer for the latest and greatest in Movies and Television, Skin and Cult, Gay & Lesbian and Adult entertainment, the TLA brand offers customers an opinionated and edgy take on home entertainment.

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