Adult Store More Than Lingerie

May 04, 2020
2700 Views

For adult store CocoBella, Covid-19 has given owner Tracey Stenhouse a chance for a fresh new look. A week before lockdown a massive wind storm ripped the front signage off the building, but unfortunately the ‘big lady on top’ wasn’t harmed.

Having been subject to public criticism for her taste in signage, the storm could’ve provided the perfect opportunity for a new one – had it been an insurance job.
“She’s expensive to replace. So I’m trying to get a sponsor,” she said.

The new signage – now ‘CocoBella Adult Play & Lingerie,’ went up last Friday – just in time for level 3, although the doors won’t be open just yet – it’s still only online selling for now.

She said sales had increased prior to lockdown, and the past two months in particular.
But having the doors shut as well as the online store, (adult toys are not considered essential items), without the Government support “would’ve been a different situation.

“My instore trading is my main income and the online is just the icing on the cake.”
Her collection of luxury lingerie was a popular seller but now hopefully with the new signage, people would have more of an idea of what was inside.

Damaged signage removed ready for the new look.

“It’s very hard to be tasteful but letting people know you sell 12-inch dongs,” she said.
Anybody walking past in the next few days will also notice a new talking companion doll in the window, which you can take home for just $3200.

“She even talks and has the most beautiful eyes,” Tracey said.
Businesses interested in taking up the sponsorship offer for the new large sign should get in touch with Tracey.
She also wants to thank local business Speedy Signs for getting her sorted so quickly.

For click and collect visit cocobella.co.nz Phone: 03-218 3157 Email: [email protected]

Mal’s Music Memory – NZ Music Month – Triple Cracker Finale
Entertainment, News
17 views
Entertainment, News
17 views

Mal’s Music Memory – NZ Music Month – Triple Cracker Finale

Malcolm Gayfer - May 26, 2020

Hiya team, here we are just about at the end of May and NZ Music Month is drawing to a…

New School Taking Shape On Old Waikiwi Primary Site
Community, News
1728 views
Community, News
1728 views

New School Taking Shape On Old Waikiwi Primary Site

Aimee Wilson - May 26, 2020

New life is being breathed into the old Waikiwi Primary School site more than 16 years after it closed. Construction…

Sport Southland Announce New Board Chair
News, Sports
349 views
News, Sports
349 views

Sport Southland Announce New Board Chair

Southland Sports News - May 26, 2020

Invercargill business advisor and project manager Bevan Ellis has been appointed to chair an expanded Sport Southland Board. Ellis, who…

No New Covid Cases In NZ, Day 38 No New Cases
Covid-19, News
356 views
Covid-19, News
356 views

No New Covid Cases In NZ, Day 38 No New Cases

News Desk - May 26, 2020

There has now only been three new cases in the past 14 days. Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said…

Will Home Improvements Be Safe Under New Exemptions?
News, Property
554 views
News, Property
554 views

Will Home Improvements Be Safe Under New Exemptions?

Aimee Wilson - May 26, 2020

Get your hammers out and get building - home improvements no longer need a consent as the Minister for Building…