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Durex On Lookout For Suitable Condom Testers

Immediate Release 11 December 2006

Durex On Lookout For Suitable Condom Tester Candidates

Kiwis wanting to indulge in some extra curricular activity this summer can apply to be a Durex condom tester.

Durex is searching for suitable applicants to become condom testers to aid in research for the organisation. New Zealanders can apply for this dream job from today by visiting www.explorersclub.co.nz. Applicants are required to provide details as to why they are suitable for the job.

Victoria Potter, Durex NZ Manager says past Durex Global Sex Surveys consistently revealed Kiwis are an active nation when it comes to sex. Each year Kiwis were found to have one of the highest numbers of sexual partners and one-night stands. In addition, it was also revealed that Kiwis are relatively more adventurous when it comes to experimenting in the bedroom.

"Over the years Kiwis have proven they're a sexually energetic bunch, and therefore it makes sense that a select few will have the chance to try our latest condom innovation, all in the name of research.

"Durex values the opinions of its customers and we see this as another way in which we can receive feedback on our products," says Ms Potter.

"Durex wants to ensure that its condoms are best meeting the needs of New Zealanders from delivering on sexual pleasure, to keeping them safe."

Kiwis, who think they have the right attributes to apply for the role as a Durex Condom Tester, have until 31 January to send in their application.

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