Who runs the world?
President and Co-Founder of The Mob's Press, Jo loves to laugh, click her mouse and is addicted to social media. Through blogging she has found a passion for all things online and was able to turn that into her 1st business called JJ's Press. From that success launched The Mob's Press. You always know when she's at a comedy show because you'll hear her laughing out loud.
Mob Co-Founder and President of Twenty One Ton, the sister company to The Mob's Press. When out on the street, Andy is a fast talking knowledge fire-hose, with a propensity for wearing red fedora’s and rolling around town in a blacked-out Lincoln. Andy is the man behind the business modeling of the mob and our customer acquisition strategy.
Creative Strategist and Partner of The Mob, Chase brings his account management expertise and people skills to the mob's roster of clients and top artists. Chase has one goal in mind – to build more consistently supportive, visual and vibrant cultural communities. This is a sentiment the mob shares deeply.
Bloggers and Photographers
A picture is worth a thousand words. A picture with words is worth thousands of views. The Mob’s Press not only promotes its artists, it also provides a platform for content creators to express themselves, practice their craft and share their work while expanding their network. See who makes the mob and why you should support the Mob’s Press.
Over the past five years, the mob has grown from a couple of bloggers to a team of content creators that cover, promote and support the arts, comedy and culture world. Check out our roster of bloggers in Montreal, Toronto and soon to be New York.
We’re lucky to be working with photographers of this caliber. Many of our site pictures come from these talented people you see below. Click to see more of their work.
Want to join the mob?
If you blog, love to attend shows and enjoy meeting new people then we want you! Click the button to find out how you can join the mob.
We are mobbing up with local bloggers to create a breadth of coverage for any event, festival or happening. If accepted as a mobster, you’ll get plenty of social media distribution for your writing, and be a part of a fun team providing deep editorial coverage at hip local events – not to mention the VIP access that comes with it.