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REGARDSBOX.COM IS NOT...
  • a traditional eCard site
  • the place to visit if you're looking to send warm, loving messages
  • a site for children
REGARDSBOX.COM IS...
  • a little different -- okay, very different
  • founded and run by a few guys who are bit off the wall
  • all about having fun and being able to laugh at yourself and with your friends

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Howard Gordon: has more than 20 years of television experience and an enviable record of success both as a writer and producer. Mr. Gordon is currently the Execute Producer and Head Writer of the hit television series "24" where he won the Emmy Award for Best Dramatic Series. Mr. Gordon has served as a Consulting Producer for Angel, the WB Network's popular and critically acclaimed spin-off of Buffy, The Vampire Slayer. In addition to his hands-on work at Icebox, Mr. Gordon was the Creator and Executive Producer of Strange World, a drama for ABC. It was his award-winning and innovative work at The X-Files that brought Howard Gordon to industry prominence and national attention. Involved in the very beginning on this groundbreaking science fiction/mystery drama for the Fox Network, Mr. Gordon was the long-running show's Executive Producer and Senior Writer-Producer until 1998. Mr. Gordon is a graduate of Princeton University. He lives, with his wife and three children, in the Los Angeles area.

ROB LaZebnick: After writing for the Harvard Lampoon in college, Mr. LaZebnik came to Los Angeles to write for three seasons on the HBO show Not Necessarily the News. He then worked at Witt-Thomas-Harris Productions for over ten years as a writer-producer, eventually creating and Executive Producing the series Muscle for the WB and Common Law for ABC. He also wrote and produced pilots for ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox. After Witt-Thomas, he joined The Simpsons for two seasons as Co-Executive Producer, winning two Emmy awards while there. Since then, he worked as a Consulting Producer on The Ellen Show, for CBS, Executive Producer of Greetings From Tucson, on the WB Network, and Co-Executive Producer for three seasons on the ABC series Less Than Perfect. He returned to The Simpsons as Co-Executive Producer in January of 2007. Mr. LaZebnick was also one of the Founders of the groundbreaking entertainment website Icebox.com. He lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and four young children.

Jonathan Collier: His television credits include The Simpsons, for which he wrote for four seasons, King of the Hill, on which he worked for eight seasons and Monk, where he is currently a co-executive producer. He has also written numerous television pilots and executive produced a re-make of the British television hit, As If, for UPN. Mr. Collier is a co-founder of Icebox.com, an internet company which assembled an unparalleled lineup of writers, producers and animators to create original animated entertainment programming on the Web. The company has recently finished producing a feature length movie of its internet hit, Queer Duck, which was released by Paramount Pictures home video division. Collier received his undergraduate degree from Harvard College where he was an editor of the Harvard Lampoon. He also has a masters degree in dramatic writing from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

Tal Vigderson: spearheaded the re-launch of the Internet animation powerhouse Icebox.com. Mr. Vigderson co-developed and is currently executive producing an animated pilot presentation for TBS and also recently produced a series of animated shorts for Fox News titled Guy White as well as an animated version of the television series 24 for the Web. He is the producer of the theatrical animated feature film Queer Duck for Paramount starring David Duchovny, Tim Curry, Andy Dick and Jim J. Bullock. Icebox released its signature property, Mr. Wong on DVD and video in 2006 in conjunction with National Lampoon with Mr. Vigderson serving as executive producer for the project. He is the managing director of the company overseeing all aspects of the business including production. In connection with Icebox, Mr. Vigderson has been profiled by The Hollywood Reporter (cover) and has been featured in several other national publications. In addition, he recently served as co-producer of the Sony Pictures Classics theatrical release, Baadasssss.

Mr. Vigderson continues to represent filmmakers, film and television writers and executive producers, actors and independent production and new media companies. Los Angeles Magazine named him a Super Lawyer in the Arts and Entertainment field in both 2004 and 2005.

Michael Barlow: is a seasoned Internet executive with a proven track record for developing, managing and monetizing high-traffic Internet destinations. Previous successes include DayTracker.com that was sold to the FranklinCovey Company in 1999, and Regards.com. In 1989, Mr. Barlow acquired and became president of a consumer products manufacturing corporation where he was responsible for managing the operations, and growing the company to more than 600 employees, with a customer base in multiple countries and annual sales exceeding $35 million. Mr. Barlow lives in the New York City area with his wife and three children.

Adam Donner: currently serves as President and lead technical advisor for Regards.com, one of the Internet's top ecard websites. Previously, he worked with the web development company, Raremedium, Inc., within the Rare Ventures division, developing sites such as Regards.com. He is also the founder of Photogra.com where he serves as VP Operations. Mr. Donner lives in the Colorado area.

Scot Robinson: formerly a senior vice president in Public Finance and Lease Finance at NY investment bank Dillon Read. He subsequently founded and sold several successful web properties, including ParenthoodWeb.com (to United News & Media) and DayTracker.com (to FranklinCovey). Mr. Robinson served on the board of Tech Coast Angels start-up Pictage.com and was the leading board representative behind the sale of Pictage to private equity firm Apax Partners. In addition to his partnership role on regardsbox, his is a partner on regards.com and has an active role with internet destinations TwoRags.com (a top poker community website), LendingLeaders.com (a mortgage lead generation company) and OpposingViews.com (a startup focused on important issues of the day). Mr. Robinson lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and three children.

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