We were shocked at the popularity of Prisneyland in Los Angeles and we can’t wait to see how the rest of the country feels about it.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 01, 2012
A new website not only exposes public arrest records but also provides links to lawbreakers Facebook pages.
Lawbreakers be warned – next time you get arrested you may be subject to public exposure in the court of public opinion by the new website Prisneyland.com that takes public arrest records and posts them online along with links to the criminals Facebook pages and a snarky recap of the alleged crime.
According to Prisneyland co-founder Chauncey Gardner, the Prisneyland idea was formed after realizing that Gardner and all of his buddies still regularly checked the local newspapers of the towns they grew up in to see if they recognized any of the names in the stories. “We all do it!” Gardner said, “I mean who doesn’t take satisfaction in opening up the paper and reading about that one jerk who was always mean to you in Jr. High school getting arrested.”
Prisneyland.com was launched last year as a pet project by Gardner and his partner Paul Stanley as a pet project. What started out as a blog with zero advertising quickly grew into a site that has garnered nearly two million hits in just over 13 months. But after finding local success Prisneyland is about to go national, next month.
“We were shocked at the popularity of Prisneyland in Los Angeles and we can’t wait to see how the rest of the country feels about it” Gardner said.
Prisneyland will begin posting national stories next week with the help of the PR firm All Access Placement.