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- We showed off some of 2016’s most out-of-the-ordinary groomsmen gifts on Kansas City Live.
- The Man Registry relaunches with a new, technologically advanced website designed to serve our customer’s growing needs.
- Co-founder Chris Easter speaks on the Inside the Minds of Top Wedding Bloggers panel at Wedding MBA in Las Vegas. The panel features representatives from The Knot, Lover.ly, Bridal Bar and BeInspired PR.
- We contributed a piece to the The New York Times on which wedding traditions need to go away.
- We appeared on the ABC 20/20 special “Wedding Confidential” discussing the groom’s role in the wedding planning process.
- Chris Easter co-hosts Kenmore’s Bridal Wave with OneWed.com’s Azure Nelson
- Fast Company features us in their story Here Comes the Dude: Wedding Planning Gets Manly.
- Appearance on Chicago ABC7’s Windy City Live
- We become published authors! Be the Man: The Man Registry Guide for Grooms is released on January 10th.
- Quoted in The Wall Street Journal.
- Co-founders Chris Easter and Bob Horner are named two of Inc. Magazines Top 30 Entrepreneurs Under 30.
- Interview with Playboy Radio.
- The CW’s Smash Cuts exposes The Man Registry as viral marketing geniuses.
- Several of our top-selling products are featured on G4’s Attack of the Show.
- Featured in NY Daily News on choosing the best man.
- We’re quoted in Details Magazine
- Co-founder Jimmy Horner is interviewed on Kansas City’s KMBC TV.
- LA Times names Chris Easter one of LA’s Top Innovators of 2009
- We served as guest judges in MyWedding.com’s America’s Biggest Groomzilla competition.
- We partnered with Save the Ta-Tas to donate a portion from every sale on our site to their foundation.
- Entrepreneur.com showcases us as experts in marketing to men.
- The Man Registry teams with The Tyra Banks Show to find America’s biggest “Groomzilla”.
- Thrillist recommends us as the go-to site for manly gifts.
- Qualified as a finalist in IdeaBlob’s hunt for the best startup in the country.
- Our first TV appearance happens on The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch.
- Mashable covers us in The Startup Review.
- Featured by ABCNews.com for their story “You’re Getting Married, Here’s an XBox!“
- Featured on Entrepreneur.com.
- The Kansas City Star gives us our first major write-up.
- The Man Registry launches the first wedding registry designed for men.
What they’re saying…
“Grooms-to-be can not only register on the site and pick out the type of gifts they’d want, but also pick up handy tips on how to pick out a tuxedo and numerous pointers on how to saddle up for the big day.“ ~ ABC News
“A goldmine in a demographic that hasn’t been as catered to by the wedding industry: grooms.” ~Entrepreneur
“A first-of-its-kind business aimed squarely at fulfilling the dreams and desires of today’s acquisitive groom.” ~The Kansas City Star
“I’ve heard of guys registering for PlayStations, tool sets, and camping equipment, and now there’s a brand-new online wedding registry site made just for guys — it’s called TheManRegistry.com. From barbeque grills to electronics, they’ve got it all.” ~ The Knot
“Boasting dudish items ranging from iPod-enabled grills, to 64oz jumbo flasks, to 5-in-1 casino tables, this site’s the antidote to typically kitchen-and-bedroom focused wedding registries.” ~ Thrillist.com
“Themanregistry.com makes it easier for guests to purchase that special, manly wedding gift for the groom’s big day.” ~ The LA Times
“Anyone who’s tried to talk china patterns with a guy knows that grooms often get a little left out of the whole registry process. Thankfully, there’s a new registry site for the couple who wants to select gifts they can both enjoy.” ~ Brides.com
“Finally, someone thought about the men in the whole wedding equation. We were beginning to feel like a tuile (pun entirely intended).” ~ AskMen.com
“Wedding gifts, whether wanted or needed, are bound for delivery upon the tying of the knot. But it’s one thing for the groom to be pulled the way of Crate & Barrel and Williams-Sonoma. It’s another to satisfy the formulaic cravings of the clichéd man-child. Products like chilled kegs, electronics, video game consoles and the always-essential list of home-improvement power tools come immediately to mind. Looking at what The Man Registry offers to the user, it seems to deliver on a number of counts, including non-traditional finds.” ~ Mashable.com