Williams Trading University Expands With Manbound by Sportsheets

Feb 19, 2016 3:32 PM PST

PENNSAUKEN, N.J. — Williams Trading University (WTU) has expanded its course catalog with an offering from Sportsheets called Introducing Manbound.

 This brings the complete catalog of WTU courses to 73 free e-Learning modules.

Targeted at men aged 18-35, the Manbound lineup is designed to provide customers with affordable bondage gear that communicates a harder, more authentic gay fantasy.

Manbound products are made of top-quality, rugged and durable materials that are properly sized to fit real men and red trim stitching that adds value, differentiation, and improved aesthetics. Manbound products are affordable with entry-level price points ranging from $9.99 to $69.99.

WTU is a free e-Learning program available exclusively to existing and new Williams Trading Co. accounts. Online courses are available 24 hours/seven days per week accessed with a simple login account. Each course offers product benefits and features as well as a seminar that explains its importance to a customer, their needs and well-being. More than 30,000 course certifications have been completed across the domestic US, Canada and Puerto Rico, Williams Trading reports.

Upon completing a course, the user takes a quiz certifying their newfound knowledge and is rewarded with a downloadable certificate.  Select participating vendors offer free premiums, samples and special offers.

“We are thrilled to expand Sportsheets retail education offering on WTU,” said Scott D., director of sales and marketing. “Our customers have consistently reported a lift in sales on the retail floor without a percentage off or gift with purchase. Retail education is the way to go!”

Customers can login to WTUlearn.comto access the free online education program exclusive to Williams Trading. For product ordering and shipping information, contact a Williams Trading sales representative at (800) 423-8587 or visit WilliamsTradingCo.com.

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