Mention Adam Glickman's product, and you usually hear a titter of embarrassed laughter. It's not the kind of thing you usually mention in public, or around the family dinner table. Yet Glickman originally began selling these products in the late 80s at college to save lives, and has since made millions from them. Now his business has come full circle; ideally he'd like to divest it before his 6-year-old twin daughters realize just what exactly it is that Daddy sells.
Condomania is the name, and condoms are the game. Glickman went from selling mascot--themed condoms at Tufts University in Boston, where he was studying sociology and philosophy, to running a virtual empire distributing his wares worldwide.