Domain Name Guru Mike Mann is Today’s Honoree

MikeMann A Washington D.C. native and Domain guru, Mann has decided to take on the task of establishing a new political party in the United States that he has dubbed the Better Government Party. Mike Mann is the founder of non-profit and for-profit corporations including: SEO.com, DomainMarket.com, Grassroots.org, Interns.org, Phone.com, and more.

His vision for the Better Government Party is to eventually displace Republicans and Democrats, whose parties he says are useless, corrupt and fraudulent. His party will be built on transparency, trust and accountability. Better Government Party is willing to move past the political differences that divide our great nation along superficial lines.

Mann is known as the man who bought up 14,962 domain names in 24 hours and had the three fastest-growing companies on the Inc. 500 in 2012. A lifelong philanthropist and lobbyist, Mann has the knowledge, experience and background that has readied him to create a party built on transparency, trust and accountability.

“Americans are so used to Congressmen lying, cheating and stealing that they have been conditioned to think it’s acceptable,” says the 46-year-old Washington, D.C., native, whose mother worked for the Environmental Protection Agency and father defended cases before the Supreme Court. “I’m trained and studied. I’m from Washington. I know this stuff.”
With an impressive resume ranging from corporation foundation to domain-building, Mike Mann saturates all of his focus towards charity at the end of the day. Examples including Grassroots.org and Interns.org, Mann has applied his experience and upbringing to his plans for bettering the United States government.

Mann knows that this is not a one day project, and has made plans to network around Washington D.C., set up meetings and gradually win seats in Congress.

Visit Mike Mann for more information.

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