BALTIMORE, MD—Auctionopia, a social commerce marketplace, is expanding the company’s portfolio of art and cultural works available for auction to make the buying and selling process easier than ever for vintage artwork enthusiasts. Original and historic framed adult art pieces from Arrow Productions, owners of the Deep Throat movie franchise, will now be added to the company’s ever-expanding product offerings.
Celebrating 40 years of Deep Throat, one of the top grossing films in history, Arrow Productions and its global licensor, Deep Throat Digital, will be offering select pieces from its collection of original adult movie posters created in the 1970s to vintage artwork enthusiasts. Auctionopia will be auctioning the company’s rarified vintage posters through January 13, 2013, including original artwork from California Gigolo, starring John Holmes, and two films from the legendary movie scriptwriter, Gail Palmer. These limited edition pieces are available exclusively via this after-Christmas event from Deep Throat Digital and Auctionopia.
"We make it easy for collectors and enthusiasts to take advantage of various deals, so buyers and sellers can enjoy the perks of group buying and engaged, committed customer relationships," stated Tom Popomaronis, CEO of Auctionopia. "As many of our global users have expressed interest in rarified vintage adult artwork, we are thrilled to incorporate these collectibles into our marketplace."
In addition, with the new OpiaTalk technology just released by Auctionopia, Arrow Productions and Deep Throat Digital aim to achieve the following:
• Engage their growing base of social media fans into new and recurring customers
• Take advantage of the most advanced auction & retail tools available
• Incentivize and engage their traditional offline fan base
• Offer their consumers an easy to use online auction buying process
More information about Auctionopia and how to join as a buyer or seller can be found by clicking here.
Pictured: Examples of movie posters available on Auctionopia. These are NOT images of the posters actually being offered