Sherri Williams just can’t get enough. You might say she’s insatiable. She’s climbing right back up on the horse again. We told you about her first annual “Guns for Toys” event exactly one year ago today. In case you were otherwise occupied at the time, prnewschannel.com tells us that Sherri, “a lifetime proponent of gun rights,” runs a drive-thru sex toy shop in Huntsville, Alabama and she’s offering to trade “romance inspiring gifts” for your piece. Your gun. Whatever. Anyway, last year was her first go-around. At the gun trade biz. Now she’s back for another romp in the hay. So to speak. . .
RF’s big quibble with the whole program last year was trusting a sex toy shop to accurately evaluate your heater and donate the proceeds to charity as advertised. Who says TTAG doesn’t get results?
On Saturday, February 11th from 10a.m. to 6p.m., Pleasures will be giving away romance inspiring gifts equal to the value of the guns offered in trade. A licensed gun dealer will be on site from to assess the value and condition of the guns presented.
“We’re loading our silver bullets to take aim at the hearts of gun enthusiasts who wish to kiss a woman rather than their gun this Valentine’s Day,” Pleasures store owner says. “Last year was successful and this year our goal will be to take another 100 guns off the streets”.
Sherri knows that times are tough and wants to help couples out as the annual national bacchanalia of love and Hallmark cards draws ever nearer. She seems genuinely interested in giving the economy a little goose.
The Pleasures one-stop romance shop was the country’s first adult boutiques to offer a storewide selection of romance inspiring gifts in trade for guns in any condition. Pleasures celebrates this tradition for a second year. In a flaccid economy with Valentine’s Day fast approaching, this program is liberation for many struggling couples.
Unlike trade-in drives run by local coppers around the country, someone will actually be checking these guns for a shady past. At least according to Sherri.
All guns that were used in a crime will be handed over to the authorities while others will be disassembled and sold to a parts dealer. The proceeds of ‘Guns for Toys’ will benefit the victims of violent crimes through the Huntsville Fallen Officers Memorial Charity.
It’s, well, hard to know what to say to that. But we’re sure you’ll think of something.