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Anniversary Event – Honolulu sponsored by Bad Moms

May 31 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm UTC-10

$40.00 – $125.00

It has been over two years since The MOB Nation has been able to meet in person!

We are celebrating ten years of The MOB and six years of The MOB Alliance with an Anniversary Party Pop Up Tour.

Join us in five cities during the month of May.  San Diego, Portland, Bend, Honolulu, and Vegas.  We expect members from all over the Nation flying and driving in to our events.  Tickets will go fast. Advanced tickets required- no sales available at the door.  Alliance member tickets $25, search MOBsocial or MOB membership email for discount code.

Networking, swag bags, giveaways, interactive sponsor/exhibitor booths, surprises from our partners.

Ways to get involved-

Exhibitor booths $125-Pop up a table to market your business or sell your products.  There are five spaces open at each event.  These are an Alliance member exclusive- food/beverage vendors please email for approval [email protected] .  (Join MOB Alliance to participate).

Swag bags- Each anniversary event will be featuring swag bags fill out form here. 

Sponsorship- Sponsorship for Vegas, Honolulu, and San Diego are available.  Email [email protected] Subject line: (city name) Sponsorship.  Sponsorship includes business name in ticket link, exhibitor booth, boosted social media shout outs, call to action email after event, and newsletter shout out.


About our sponsor BAD MOMS 


Hi, I’m Beth. I was inspired to create Bad Mom Shop from the book, The Scarlet Letter. (Full disclosure, I definitely didn’t read the book when it was assigned to me in high school – but I did read the cliffs notes and then lied about reading during discussion time in class. I just thought I sounded smarter by saying this entire brand was inspired by a book and not Emma Stone in the movie, Easy A which was inspired by The Scarlet Letter….but I digress.)

ANYWAY, the protagonist, Hester Prynne, was found guilty of adultery and having a child out of wedlock. Her sentence required her to stand on the scaffold for three hours, exposed to public humiliation and to wear the scarlet “A” for the rest of her life. Following her release from prison, Hester settles in a cottage at the edge of town and earns a meager living with her needlework. She lives a quiet, somber life with her daughter, Pearl, and performs acts of charity for the poor.

In the beginning of the novel Hester’s letter A is a representation of her sin and adultery. However, as time progresses, the meaning of the letter changed. It now represented, to some, able. “The letter was the symbol of her calling. Such helpfulness was found in her—so much power to do, and power to sympathize—that many people refused to interpret the scarlet A by its original signification. They said that it meant Able, so strong was Hester Prynne, with a woman’s strength”

Like so many, motherhood did not start like a fairytale for me. I felt like a bad mom for a variety of reasons. I would get to feeling better about being a mom and then someone would share their unsolicited feedback online or to my face about something “”they just felt they needed me to know I was doing wrong.”” Even people in my family had their opinions…SO. MANY. OPINIONS! At one point I thought to myself – I am going to go live in a cottage at the edge of town like Hester just to escape the world and these feelings of being a “bad mom?”

Flash forward, I did not go live in a cottage at the edge of the town. I require carry out dinner too many times a week to be living far from curbside delivery. I did however decide that it was time to take my power back; as a woman and a mother. I am going to let them all know they could save their breath and their unsolicited opinions; that I now identify as a bad mom.

I wear my B proudly, because I have spent entirely too much time living in the land of guilt and shame. I will rep my B and when anyone asks me, “”what does the B stand for?” I say proudly, “Bad Mom.”

They almost always say, “but you’re not a bad mom,” to which I reply – “you’re f***ing right I’m not….I am a BAAAAAAAAAADDDDDDDDDDD MOM.”


May 31
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm UTC-10
$40.00 – $125.00
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Waikiki Brewing Kakaako
831 Queen St
Honolulu, Hi 96815
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General Admission
$ 40.00
Exhibitor Booth
$ 125.00
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