TEMPE, Ariz. — The Phoenix Forum announced today that MojoHost is not only offering support as a premium sponsor, but the company will be celebrating its 10th birthday as the Forum concludes.
MojoHost marks one decade of operations on April 1, said CEO Brad Mitchell, who will be "performing random acts of food and beverage kindness" during the Phoenix Forum.
"Sources close to VPs Scott “Scooter” Walley and Paul “Poppy” Gelvezon indicate Forum attendees should be on alert to receive these acts, especially if they are in the area of Harry’s Place or perhaps standing nearby Mitchell himself," Mitchell said.
Christopher O’Connell, partner with Mitchell in startup FastTCP, reiterated the significance and underlying theme of the activities.
“Brad is humbled by friends and customers, even shy when meeting new people, despite MojoHost’s reach," he said. "As MojoHost marks 10 years, there is one message we want to leave with everyone — if you think Brad can dance, you haven’t seen dancing until you’ve seen FastTCP!”
The Phoenix Forum runs from March 29 to April 1 at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel.