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Ozark Jimmy

In Ozark Jimmy on February 12, 2010 at 2:49 am

ozark_jimmy ozj toilet_baconDuring its heyday, global demand for Ozark Jimmy’s Japanese-style, mesquite-flavored toilet bacon was astronomical. In the wake of the collapse of junk bonds, the Internet and real estate, OZJ felt the decline as acutely as any of the other companies at the time. But the desire for toilet bacon never went completely away. In fact, it built and built until finally Kleiner Perkins sought out the company’s founder, who was working at the time as a men’s room attendant at the Manila Hilton, and funded his return to business. He was able to reassemble the ground-breaking team that had originally made Ozark Jimmy’s a household name.

The mission of Ozark Jimmy’s Global Enterprises Holding Company’ is to leverage global T2T (toilet-to-table) technology at the bleeding edge of toilet bacon outsourcing technology.

Ozark Jimmy’s Global Enterprises Holding Company focuses on building its innovative T2T technologies to deliver super-optimal consumer experience.

Through innovative advances in T2T technology and Global Positioning Baconography (GPB), Ozark Jimmy’s Global Enterprises Holding Company helps users to meet their needs quickly, effectively, cheaply and in an eco-friendly fashion.

Ozark Jimmy’s Global Enterprises Holding Company is a privately held company, whose backers include Taq Hamas Revolutionary Venture Funding Cell, Cahuenga Brothers, Ltd. and the Virtual Hillbilly Investment Capital Fund. These banditos led an equity round of $25 million in June, 1999. Billy-Joe Al ‘Abdurrahman, general partner of Taq Hammas and Nimrod Cajones, general partner of Cahuenga Brothers, Ltd., joined Ozark Jimmy’s Global Enterprises Holding Company ‘s Board of Directors at that time. Abdurrahman is currently director of numerous companies, none of which can be mentioned by name on pain of death. Cajones was a co-founder of Poncho.com, and is a director of several high-growth Internet companies, including Llamaspace, Cahuengista.com and Martha Stewart Living.

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