Pizza Fusion's Vaughan Lazar Cancels GoDaddy Accounts in Wake of Elephant Slaughter
Bob Parsons, right before he started losing money.
Vaughan Lazar is pissed. The Pizza Fusion czar is definitely not down with elephant slaughter, and when GoDaddy CEO Bob Parsons bragged about killing a male on video in Zimbabwe (which experts say was actually a protected female), Lazar lost it. And Parsons lost business.
A lot of it.
Lazar told CPC he's pulling more than 130 domain names he registered with GoDaddy.
Clean Plate Clean: What will your move cost GoDaddy, do you think?
NOTE: Reps from Venovix, a web hosting and cloud services company, tell Clean Plate Charlie that they have launched a "NoDaddy" promotion for anyone who wants to leave GoDaddy. They are offering free domain migrations for a $2 donation to the International Elephant Foundation. They're also giving six months free web hosting (with a 1-year hosting commitment) to those transferring their web hosting to Venovix. The company has committed to donating 20% of all hosting revenues generated from the NoDaddy promotion. Click here for more details: http://www.venovix.com/elephantconservation.
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