Memphis business, Mo’s Bows, featured in national commercial

It has been ten years since Moziah Bridges launched his custom bowtie business Mo’s Bows. The 19-year-old from Memphis has been featured in national commercials.

This year he is in a campaign for web hosting company GoDaddy. “I flew out to California and I got to meet so many people and make so many great experiences. All of the necessary precautions were taken while filming so that I was safe and so that others were safe as well,” Bridges said about the filming experience.

The campaign is called “Make a Different Future”. “It was just great to be able to inspire and be able to have my face on a national campaign and inspire younger kids that look just like me,” he said.

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