You might say Mike Sorboro built Mikey’s Late Night Slice with his own two feet. Sorboro, who co-owns the famously irreverent pizza company in Columbus, Ohio, raised the money to launch the first
Mikey’s location with his pedicab business, carting hard-partying tourists
and clubbers around the city in the wee hours. “Mikey always had the idea
to start some kind of drunk-food thing,” recalls his business partner Jason
Biundo, chief creative o;cer for Mikey’s. “When we started doing the bike
taxi, people would ask, ‘Where can we get pizza by the slice in this town?’
;ere was no place to get it.”
We stayed up past our bedtime at Mikey’s Late Night Slice, an after-party concept
powered by a trio of pizza-slinging bad boys with a gift for the absurd.
By Rick Hynum | Additional reporting by Andy Knef
The Marketing Madmen of Mikey’s
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