Tatango News

Tatango Launches!

Jul 14, 2008

We just launched Tatango tonight, July 15 at 12:01 AM PST. Tatango has been over a year in the making and is set to revolutionize group text messaging. With the launch of Tatango we need to look back and thank the many people that have got us to this point.

Family & Friends – Sorry we have been completely MIA for the last few months, I can assure you we are still here. Without the support and encouragement of our family and friends, we could never have achieved as much as we have so far, and for that we thank you.

Tatango Employees – We have the hardest working employees here at Tatango and don’t get to thank them enough. The current employees, Adrian Pike, Andrew Dumont, Amiel Martin, Luciano Mauro, and Nathan Carnes have all worked non-stop to build the best group text messaging site and I think they have far exceeded the challenge. In addition to the current employees, we also have to thank all the employees that have worked, volunteered, or held an internship at the company from its inception, to get us to where we are now. These people include Matt Pelo, Sheraz Hussain, Christina Koehn, Jess Kenoyer, Chris Jepson, Jens Bodel, Eugenio Bafaro, Siri Wuotilla, Kelly Hansen, Dustin Wielenga, Arnold Leung, Derek Noggle, Amanda Johnson, Cameron Copps-Tilley, Jared Olin, Cameron Lindesmith, and Dustin Wielenga.

Investors & Advisors – Your guidance and wisdom have been extremely beneficial to our company and we look forward to continuing to tap into your expertise to grow our business.

Our users – The biggest thanks goes to our users. Our users have been our biggest promoters, have come up with ideas for amazing new features, supported and encouraged our team members, and have grown our website to the largest group text messaging website in a mere month’s time. We look forward to your feedback on Tatango!

Our Partners – A big thanks goes to our attorneys, accountants, aggregation partners, advertising partners, and even our landlord who took a huge risk when partnering with a bunch of college students with a crazy idea.


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