Tacoma, WA (PRWEB) October 31, 2011
Moxy Commerce, Inc., a company dedicated to providing compelling broadcast and application content on Social Networks, has announced a partnership with Club Christian, LLC.
Cameron Hood is the visionary behind Club Christian. With his design and business experience acquired at Dreamworks Animation, Cameron and his team are creating a Christian themed MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) and a Social Networking Platform. The goal of the partnering with Moxy is to expand on this vision, creating a place online for Christians to “hang out”. A “cool” place that is inviting, fun, and educational for all ages.
“We are extremely excited to be partnering with Club Christian, LLC,” said Federico Pacquing, Moxy Commerce’s Chief Executive Officer. “To have the ability to strengthen the Christian Community in such a fun way is a neat venture to undertake. We are excited to fill this underserved and much needed place in the market.”
“My team and I are happy to expand upon our original vision, and look forward to working with Moxy,” said Cameron Hood.
Moxy will also be launching its first Christian initiative this week, the Social Prayer Chain Beta application, to test the marketplace for further projects within the Christian Community. This application can be found at prayer.moxy-tv.com and is the first of a host of tools to be released.
About Moxy Commerce, Inc.
Moxy Commerce, Inc. is dedicated to revolutionizing media broadcasting and commercial advertising. Moxy provides broadcasters, advertisers, retailers and Internet content providers with end-to-end solutions to interact with consumers in innovative ways. Utilizing a best-of-breed approach, Moxy’s technology allows organizations to target broadcasts and advertisements, vastly enhancing their effectiveness. By integrating with a fully functional commerce platform, Moxy allows providers to not only show ads – but also to sell products and services.
Now that’s Moxy.
Moxy Commerce, Inc. is a Nevada Corporation with headquarters in Tacoma, Washington and offices in the East Bay area of California and Vienna, Austria.
Please visit our web site at http://www.moxy-commerce.com
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