Located in Portland, Lucky Devil Eats is owned by one of the city’s most famed strip clubs, Lucky Devil, and offers a full menu of takeout items delivered to customers by topless dancers.
The club began service on March 17 as a joke but quickly evolved into a local hot commodity as a new meal delivery option, while generating income for dancers while the city rolled out closures of “non-essential” businesses.
Bedroom Products’ Lockdown Latex free condom promotion kicked off last week in conjunction with The Sex Must Go On campaign, introduced to provide free and low-cost resources for consumers as quarantine and isolation rules began to take effect nationwide.
US residents over the age of 18 are welcome to order a free 4-pack of latex condoms on the Bedroom Products website, shipped directly to their door, sans any costs on behalf of the customer.
“We saw Lucky Devil pivot in the blink of an eye, which inspired us to get creative,” says Bedroom Products marketing director Casey Murphy. “As a small business facing new limitations, we recognized the necessity of adopting an outside-the-box mindset in order to evolve with the circumstances. We started brainstorming avenues that would make a positive impact with the resources we had, and that resulted in The Sex Must Go On campaign.”
In addition to free condoms, Bedroom Products also created two sex toy kits, curated for solo masturbation and couples play to encourage self-pleasure and intimate connection. The Self-Isolation Masturbation and Partner Pleasure Quarantine kits include handpicked Bedroom Products best-sellers valued at $50, available for $35 each.
“Through its unique service, Lucky Devil Eats is providing enjoyment, optimism, and normalcy for those under quarantine and isolation guidelines, which goes hand-in-hand with our efforts as a sexual wellness brand,” adds Murphy. “We are so stoked that the folks at Lucky Devil were open to the collaboration, and we hope that their customers love the addition of safe sex supplies with their food (and a side of boob).”
Originally named Boober Eats, Lucky Devil Eats has garnered so much national attention in recent weeks that they were issued a cease and desist order on Thursday. The strip club will maintain delivery service and “serve your appetite with food and socially distanced dancers.” Tip donations are encouraged, which are pooled among those working each shift to help cover living expenses during the shutdown.