KJCash Acquires Badpuppy

COCOA, Fla.—Craig "CJ" Jackson, CEO of KaiJack LLC, parent company of the KJCash.com gay affiliate program, announced today that the he has acquired all outstanding shares of Badpuppy Enterprises, Inc. and Dog Gone Media, Inc. 

"Badpuppy was the first gay membership website on the net, and long been one of my favorites," Jackson said. "I am thrilled to welcome the Badpuppy sites into our successful network and look forward to the expansion opportunities they open up for us."

Badpuppy originally started out as a bulletin board and was converted into one of the first gay adult membership sites in May 1995. In addition to Badpuppy.com, the company also operates ClubAmateurUSA.com and the VOD network Dog Gone Media.

"Both Steven and I are very proud of the growth and success that Badpuppy has experienced over the past 18 years," Badpuppy's Bill Pinyon said. "There comes a time when you just know it is the right time to move on and pursue new adventures, and that time is here. I have known CJ for years both personally and professionally. He has proven that when he says he is going to do something, it gets done. He has my complete support and I know that he has wonderful plans for both the sites and the affiliate program."

KJCash was launched in October 2008 after Jackson sold a previous program. It has since grown into 24 sites, DVDs, VOD, clip sales and leased webmaster feeds.

The deal was facilitated by Chad Belville as counsel for KaiJack LLC. Terms of the sale were not disclosed.