CamMansion.com Set for Launch, Party in Vegas
LAS VEGAS — Silent Stream Media this Thursday will launch its anticipated web-cam site CamMansion.com as it prepares for its Grand Opening party on Aug. 26 at Chateau inside the Paris Hotel & Casino.
Bree Olson, the XBIZ Award-winning porn star who is on the cover of the August issue of Playboy, will host the kickoff bash.
Pierre Vincent, the director of operations for Silent Stream Media, said adult performers Sarah Jessie and Kelly Shore would be among the first featured stars on CamMansion.com, with several more to be announced soon.
This week will also mark the rollout of a marketing campaign that will entail CamMansion billboards throughout Las Vegas and video promos playing inside cabs as part of a city-wide media blitz.
CamMansion is opening for business on the heels of its successful soft launch in July in which its promotional trailer generated more than 80,000 views in the span of a couple weeks. Teagan Presley hosted the teaser spot, introducing the CamMansion with several bikini-clad models.
“The response to the video has been tremendous,” Vincent said.
Vincent came to Silent Stream Media with 10 years experience in various areas of adult entertainment and a professional background as a tour manager for bands in Europe.
“After my Ozz Fest Tour in 2001, I stayed in L.A. for three months and got hired at Danni.com, and then Danni became Penthouse,” explained Vincent, who was the production coordinator at Danni.com and Penthouse.
Vincent joined Teravision in 2008, while he was splitting time between Vegas and L.A. and also building his company VM Entertainment. Launched in ’05, VM books personal appearances with porn stars and feature shows in Vegas. He met Silent Stream Media president David King because they have the same attorney.
“I was from the production side and David was from the cam side so when we met it became completely natural for us to share our visions and make them one,” Vincent said.
He said in the coming weeks that more announcements about CamMansion’s rollout would be forthcoming.