Monthly Archives: May 2013

Veloz CEO thanks former NFL stars for protecting his hometown against Justin Bieber

In a tweet this morning, Adam Mendler, CEO of The Veloz Group, the Los Angeles-based company responsible for launching successful businesses including Beverly Hills Chairs and Custom Tobacco, thanked former NFL stars Keyshawn Johnson and Eric Dickerson for protecting his hometown against Justin Bieber. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Johnson and Dickerson confronted Bieber over his reckless behavior leading directly to child endangerment. Adam paid tribute to Johnson and Dickerson through his twitter account, adding, "Good to see Eric Dickerson back in action period." The full tweet and Los Angeles Times article can be found at Born and raised in...Read More

The Summer 2013 Internship Sets Sail

The summer internship at the Veloz Group has officially kicked off! Interns have come from all over the country to gain real-world experience at the Veloz Group. From a diverse cultural background and top schools in the nation, these fresh and innovative thinkers are excited to help this new company expand. The social media marketing team has focused its efforts in generating greater exposure for The Veloz Group through popular Social Media and Public Relations strategies. The software engineering internship team has been hard at work developing improved websites for Veloz companies such as Beverly Hills Chairs and Custom Tobacco,...Read More

Like-A-Thon Event!

The Veloz group kicked off its Facebook “Like-a-Thon” event this week for college campuses in the Los Angeles Area. Participants must “like” all 5 of the Veloz company pages including Beverly Hills chairs, Custom Tobacco, Beverly Hills Auto Group, Briarmont & Co., and of course the Veloz Group main page. Then they must submit their name and the name of their organization to be qualified to win a number of prizes. If they are not affiliated with an organization, they will still be able to win prizes being raffled among the pool of individual “likers.” Participants are also encouraged to...Read More