August 17, 2020
The JayZoMon Dark Myth Company Gives Pce:2021 A Greenlight
Apple Valley, CA, August 17, 2020 – The JayZoMon Dark Myth Company, LLC., announced that plans for a JayZoMon's Pop Culture Expo in 2021 are a go, as residents of the Califonia High Desert turned out for this first-ever type of event. Fans were able to meet celebrities like Marilyn Ghigliotti from Clerks, Lisa Wilcox from the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, and Jennifer Nash from Star Trek: The Next Generation, to name a very few who were there.
"People said it could not happen, that it was impossible... Some scoffed at the notion of having a comic con type event in the High Desert, while others laughed me out of their store and mocked me that I was insane and was wasting my time and money," David K. Montoya, Chairman, CEO and Publisher said. "But all of that is all right because we not only did it, the event was successful. So successful that we are doing it again in 2021 for the people of the High Desert."
JayZoMon's Pop Culture Expo is a one-day event that features celebrities, cosplay contests, live podcasts, professional wrestling, pop culture vendors, and local artists at the San Bernardino County Fairgrounds. For upcoming information, visit www.pceHD.com.
About The JayZoMon Dark Myth Company
The JayZoMon Dark Myth Company, LLC., is an independent global media and entertainment company that creates and distributes the world's most diverse content and brands across literature, online, and streaming podcasts. The JayZoMon Dark Myth Company, LLC is available in most countries and territories. With a straightforward goal to entertain audiences worldwide through its unique brands and products, including Dark Myth Publications, Dark Myth Comics, JayZoModcast, and others. For more information, please visit www.thejayzomondarkmythcompany.com.
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