We kicked it Lionel Ritchie Style – all night long! 🎉🎉
Oh what a night
Project JAM, our client-company, launched their crowdfunding campaign during a party at Peppermint nightclub in Hollywood on Friday, September 20th. It made us feel like proud parents watching our young fly away from the nest. While we helped them prepare for their first equity crowdfunding capital raise listed on MusicFy, a music focused securities crowdfunding portal operated by TruCrowd, Inc., there’s no need to prepare them for making their dreams come true.
The founders are Tony Livadas and Anthony Pisano, musicians who have created a community for other musicians to collaborate, find work and get paid. These founders possess a deep understanding of the music industry, so they have a keen sense of exactly what would be successful. It’s been inspiring seeing co-founders work together to provide the music community with innovative, practical solutions to common industry woes.
Now let’s get back to the party. When Anthony took the stage, there was so much love and support in the room. After having showcased various talented musicians, including one of his own artist, the audience was already filled with excitement to applaud his work. However, when he announced the launch of Project JAMS’ crowdfunding raise, the excitement grew and followed Anthony and Tony to the Dream Hotel’s rooftop when Anthony Pisano spun the closing set – and it was ‘el fuego!’
That’s the spirit and essence of crowdfunding. Everyday people can be excited for the entrepreneurs they know, financially support them and receive a greater economic benefit for doing it. They know better than anyone how hard their friends work toward their vision and their support helps to attract the larger crowd’s attention. Plus, Anthony is a fantastic DJ! So it was easy to stay out all night and enjoy the hard work and soon to be success of Project JAMS’ securities crowdfunding campaign 🥳🎶
Congratulations again to the team. Project JAM is accepting investments, starting at $250, if you’d like to know more.By Kirsten Campbell