Welcome to SposeArmy.org,
the official website for the #SposeArmy.
The idea for the Spose Army first came about on April 19th, in the web chat on ConcertWindow.com after Spose’s concert at Port City Music Hall in Portland, ME, on April 19th, 2014, during which Preposterously Dank was performed in its entirety. After the concert ended, a few people remained in the chat, including myself.
Spose fan Chris Hancock had the idea of a #SposeArmy trend on Twitter on April 20th, so Chris, myself, Meagan Garland & Steve Grandstaff – who are both admins along with myself on SposeArmy.org – and many more people kept tweeting the hashtag.
On April 24th, the 2014 PDank Cypher was released on YouTube. I decided to bring the Spose Army up to the next level. I created Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts for Spose Army.
Originally, Spose Army was a promotion account for Spose’s music and concerts. In the end of June and beginning of July, we held the Spose Army Vinyl contest, where we gave away two signed copies of Preposterously Dank on vinyl.
Then, the robbery happened. October 20th, 2014 came around and Spose, Chad, Chan and Jay were robbed in St. Louis on the Ghost Hunter Tour with MC Lars and mc chris. As I was reading through the comments on Spose’s Facebook explaining what happened, I saw numerous people expressing the opinion that we should create a Kickstarter or GoFundMe to try and raise some money to help Spose replace the physical materials he lost. I never thought we were going to raise more than a hundred dollars or so, and when I woke up the next day seeing that we had raised over $5,000, I was in awe.
The fundraiser ended with the public release of this website. In the end, $18,420 was raised for Spose through the fundraiser.
During the fundraiser, I was approached by Dustin (an admin here on SposeArmy.org) about the creation of a Spose Army website. We decided that instead of only having social media accounts where people could talk about Spose Army, it would be a good idea to have a central hub. Hence, SposeArmy.org.
Once again, welcome.