Wet founder and CEO Michael Trigg met Mario Lopez on the set of entertainment news program “Extra” after winning an online charity bid benefiting Melrose Elementary School.Trigg presented Lopez with a gift basket of Wet personal lubricants and intimacy products during the show’s Jan. 29 taping at The Grove retail and entertainment center in Los Angeles. CharityBuzz.com hosted the online auction.“I have an enormous amount of admiration for Mario Lopez, as does the rest of the Wet team, and we were ecstatic that our gift basket of Wet Personal Lubricants was well received by one of the busiest men in show business,” Trigg said.Trigg was also treated to lunch by Lopez as a thank you for the Wet gift basket, which included silicone-based Wet Platinum Premium, Wet Ecstasy Xtra Cooling Lubricant and Inttimo By Wet Total Body Rash Free Shave Cream.“It was a great honor to meet Mario Lopez and I am thrilled that this opportunity also benefits the children of Melrose Elementary School,” Trigg said.About Wet: Founded by Michael Trigg in1989, Trigg Laboratories, Inc. manufactures premium sexual wellness and consumer healthcare products at its 52,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility in Valencia, CA. As the parent company of Wet® International, Inc., an international leader in personal lubricants, aromatherapy massage oils and intimacy products, Trigg Laboratories develops, formulates and packages all of Wet’s 80+ products onsite. Tested to comply with stringent FDA Medical Device regulations, all formulas are developed to ensure exceptional purity, consistency and comfort levels. Currently available in 62 countries, Wet® is sold by adult specialty boutiques as well as food, drug, mass merchandise retail, including most major U.S.