Kyle McCabe started an emergency condom delivery service, CondAm.net, on the College of New Jersey's campus last October (video below).
According to New York Daily News, CondAm is short for "condom ambulance" and is available 24/7.
Students can order condoms by calling, texting or filling out an online form. Within minutes, McCabe will show up wearing a helmet with a flashing purple light and a backpack full of condoms. Students who want a discreet delivery can ask McCabe to turn his flashing siren helmet off.
McCabe claims that he can help couples “go from kissing, to condoms, to sexy-time in mere seconds.”
On weekends, McCabe receives around 30 to 40 orders. One condom costs $3, while 10 condoms cost $15.
Two condom national brands (Lifestyles and Glydes) have offered to partner with him.
“I’m here to help people who do decide that that’s right for them,” McCabe told the Associated Press. “And I want to help them be safe when they do that.”
Business is so good that McCabe recently consulted with a lawyer and created a waiver that all students need to sign while paying for the condoms.
“There’s a need for this on all college campuses,” McCabe said. “At like 2 or 3 a.m. and I’m sitting with my girlfriend and I get a call. It’s a little hard to get up and go full speed. But I know if I get a call there’s kids in need … I’m happy to do it.”
Source: New York Daily News