A paragon of horizontal integration, this NYC entertainment conglom purveys three different, but complementary, badass goods.
1. Jake Szufnarowski -- Owner / Talent Buyer
2. Bill Stites -- Talent Buyer / Backyard wrestler
3. Sancho Dominguez -- Accountant / Enforcer / Lover
Key Product Verticals
Though adept at booking traditional venues (Knitting Factory, Europa, etc), RO's made aggressive moves into mari-tainment with its spring/summer concert cruise series: three-hour jaunts aboard booze-ships, featuring bands from Electric Six to Schism: A Tribute to Tool. Now on the market: tickets to their 4/20 party with High Times magazine's in-house reggae act, The Cannabis Cup band -- even more accomplished than High's in-house hoops team, "Forfeit".
Check out the concert sked at RocksOff.com
RO diversifies its portfolio with umbrellas, wristbands, and tees sporting everything from iconic imagery (a unicorn doggy-styling a dolphin), to salubrious maxims (the subtle "Time to F_ck"), to rallying cries for the hard-partying classicist ("Rachmaninoff with your Cockmaninoff").
You're going to look great. Buy the tees at RocksOff.com
Being Rock Stars
RO secretly fronts two bands: rock pranksters Children of the Unicorn (lyrics highlight: "I'm bowing down to you on my fins and knees", from "Night Shark"), and the heavy-metal Bee Gees tribute Tragedy, just now releasing its debut album, We Rock Sweet Balls and Can Do No Wrong. And indeed they can't.
Hit RocksOff.com for tix to this Saturday's Tribute Wars, featuring Tragedy -- or watch them shred through Stayin' Alive at YouTube.com