About UsThe company is owned and operated by Woody Goulart, a longtime pro in business communication—both digital and traditional channels—and Sam Glass Jr., an online writer, social media consultant, and voice talent. Woody and Sam are Las Vegas residents. They are are known within the local and national LGBT community.
As a local Las Vegas, Nevada business, we serve any client or customer regardless of their location. For instance, in late 2016 we provided professional business communication services for an emerging energy consulting company in Texas, a nonprofit student services provider in Florida, a California tourism and entertainment advocacy organization, and, a Seattle business performance improvement consulting firm. See what we can do for you today.
If you choose us, you gain immediate access to helpful assistance built upon over 20 plus years of experience successfully using digital channels online. Lessons learned from so many years of experience online can benefit you directly in your outreach, communications, and marketing.
Origin Story: Neon Fun Desert
We changed the company name to B COM, LLC in 2016. The company was founded and licensed in the state of Nevada in 2015 with the original company name of NEON FUN DESERT, LLC. Not to be confused with Neon Desert Music Festival in El Paso, Texas.
The earliest known instance of the use of the existing Las Vegas nickname the “Neon Fun Desert” was in 2006 when digital content entrepreneur Woody Goulart first registered three domain names for websites pertaining specifically to Las Vegas, Nevada (neonfundesert.com, neonfundesert.net, and, neonfundesert.org) whose domain name records are preserved at HosterStats.com:
Starting in the year 2000, Woody Goulart had created websites bearing “The Neon Fun Jungle” phrase whose domain name records are preserved at HosterStats.com:
The phrase “Neon Fun Jungle” was frequently used by the Real Don Steele, a celebrity radio personality who worked on the air at KHJ, Los Angeles starting in 1965. That phrase was a sarcastic nickname for Los Angeles, California that Steele used on various radio stations in that media market.