Go Daddy’s end-of-year holiday parties have become legendary and 2012 was no exception. A few thousand Go Daddy employees and their guests were wined and dined, entertained and awarded cash prizes in honor of a record-breaking Go Daddy year. Tom Jordan from Peter Jordan Photography was on hand to capture the excitement at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix.
The iconic B-52’s rocked the stage with all their marquee hits, including “Love Shack.” The party opened with a entertaining impersonation of South Korean rapper Psy who, along with a dancing troupe, set the stage for Go Daddy founder Bob Parsons’ entrance. In celebration of the company’s successful year, the man behind Go Daddy’s long tradition of over-the-top holiday parties gave employees more than $1 million dollars – in thousand-dollar increments. Parsons drew names with help from Go Daddy Girl and NASCAR star Danica Patrick, and Go Daddy’s IndyCar star James Hinchcliffe.