MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Mo's Bows CEO Moziah Bridges has launched his annual fundraiser, the 2016 Go Mo Collection, and 100% of the proceeds is going toward sending Memphis children to Glenview Summer Camp.
The Go Mo campaign ensures that kids attending the camp will not only have fun, but also receive a meal. In the past, the annual sale only included bow ties, but he's expanding the Go Mo collection to include neck ties.
"I'm excited about the 2016 Go Mo Collection because I have added neckties. Now everyone can look good in neckties or bow ties, but feel good about sending kids to camp," Bridges said.
In his third year of philanthropy, Bridges has raised more than $4,000 with his annual fundraiser; raising $2,400 in 2015 alone. To view the 2016 Go Mo Collection, click here.
Mo's Bows was started in Memphis, Tennessee in 2011 when Moziah was just 9-years-old. He couldn't find fun and cool bow ties, so one day he decided to use his Granny's scrap fabric to make and sell his own.
Moziah said he likes to wear bow ties because they make him look good and feel good.
To learn more about Mo's Bows, click here.