AVN Hall of Fame! Best Solo Site!
For Immediate Release: Las Vegas
PRESS RELEASE: VICKY VETTE CELEBRATES AVN HALL OF FAME & BEST SOLO SITE AWARD
Adult Superstar and internet phenom Vicky Vette (http://www.vickyathome.com & http://www.twitter.com/vickyvette) is celebrating a triumphant AVN award season having been not only inducted into the 2016 Hall of Fame Class but also winning an AVN Award for Best Solo Site of the Year for Vickyathome.com. It’s Vette’s second win for Best Solo Site win in the last 3 years (picking up the honor in 2014).
It was a busy AEE convention for Vette. In addition to exhibiting with the VNAGirls.com network in the Artist’s Hall, Vicky was a featured panel guest at packed house for ”Empowering the Performer: How to Be Your Own Boss” along with Casey Calvert, Nate Glass, Sunny Lane, Natalie Pannon, Sean Phillips and Lexington Steele and moderated by Colin Rowntree.
Vicky remains one of the most followed adult stars on twitter with almost 725,000 followers. She owns and operates the popular VNAGirls.com network with stars such as Julia Ann, Tasha Reign, Nikki Benz, Sophie Dee and more. She also runs VNALive.com – a membership cam platform used by 60+ girls with solo sites worldwide. She partners with Doc Johnson on a successful line of toys.
Vicky is quoted as saying: ”I have to say that AVN this year was a total blast. From the opening night party at the Circle Bar in the Hard Rock it was non stop signing, pictures, fans and activity. The AEE show was packed with fans every day and I have to say the red carpet at the AVN Awards was a ton of fun. All the fans I talked to seemed to be having a great time. Being inducted into the Hall of Fame was and is amazing but to pick up an AVN for Best Solo Site was a perfect end to an amazing week. It’s a thrill to still be recognized for being relevant and creating new content for fans to enjoy. My Official Site is my pride and joy and I cannot think of an award that means more to me. I am already gearing up for another kick ass year and have no plans to stop shooting. I’m coming back to Vegas in 2017!”