Making Moves

On May 10 this year, Titan Nightlife Group CEO Scott Frost’s life changed forever when he was paralyzed from the neck down after a motorcycle accident. And in the weeks that followed, his business changed forever too, growing rapidly under Frost’s leadership from a rehabilitation center.

Through conference calls made from his hospital bed as well as meetings in Las Vegas’ Desert Canyon Rehabilitation Hospital (DCRH) conference room, Frost helped his company enter into a lease, finance and develop its first restaurant. Hussong’s Cantina at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas is scheduled for a December opening, and Titan Nightlife also was awarded a contract during Frost’s hospital stay to open and manage a nightclub at the Wild Horse Pass Casino & Hotel in Phoenix, set to open this month. Additionally, Frost founded the Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Foundation, which aims to assist families and victims of spinal cord injuries immediately following the injury.