As a kid, it was always a good day when you went to the doctor, or other onerous visit, and then when it was over, you received a big sucker to ostensibly ease your pain and reward the visit. And getting an extra quarter from your parents was always a cool deal, letting you buy a sucker just for more fun.
Now, those comfy chilhood feelings are being relived as celebrities love heading down the red carpet and hanging out in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and New York nightclubs with gourmet, glamour suckers. Carmen Electra, Zach Braff, Ice-T, Nick Canon, Perez Hilton, Mickey Rourke, the hotties from The Hills and pretty much anyone else that’s been on reality television is hooked on the yummy and sticky fad.
For a paltry $32 apiece (there’s no recession, right?), you can snatch up the latest edible and completely customizable clubbing accessory and get your sugar fix at the same time. First, select one of seven bejeweled handles on the www.SugarFactory.com and select your poison: green apple, cherry, bubble gum, blue raspberry, creamy orange, pina colada or watermelon. Three-pack refills are available for $12.
For those that still can’t satisfy their sweet tooth, there are also $25 signature pops like the Britney Spears Circus Tour pops, Kim Kardashian’s Silver Rainbow or champagne pops or the very Vegas-ey Pussycat Dolls PCD Tour pop.
The brainchild creator of the tantalizing celebrity gourmet pops is none other than the former Pure Management Group managing partner Steve “Stevie D” Davidovici who is the manager of Sugar Factory, LLC. The company was formed in August of 2008, just six months after IRS agents raided Pure, LAX and offices of Pure Management Group.
Davidovici is also in the midst of reportedly purchasing a New York club, as previously reported by Las Vegas Backstage Access in May 14, 2009 article.
Apparently, Davidovici is getting the last laugh on red carpets of many prestigious U.S. nightclubs.
What’s next? Signature pop-designed fillings from the dentist?