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Gameops.com conducts a monthly interview covering some aspect of the sports entertainment and operations community. On this page you will find a link to the most recent Gameops.com Interview, as well as links to nearly 60 interviews with Industry Leaders from our archives.
Krazy George: I am the World's Sexiest Cheerleader
George Henderson is Krazy George, the world’s most famous professional cheerleader. He’s the man who made the whole world stand up and cheer by creating The Wave. No one person, or group of people, has motivated more sports fans to support their team in such a loud way as Krazy George. Gameops.com attempts to enter the mind of ‘The Krazy One’ in a light-hearted interview with the sexiest cheerleader in sports.
Brett Rhinehardt with Aerial Concepts Inc.
Where do old mascots go? Well we found one in Brett Rhinehardt who is a leader in providing aerial entertainment in sports. We caught up with Brett and found out more about his current projects and Aerial Concepts capabilities
Categories: Mascot, Vendors
Jon Terry Looks Back at the History of Baseball Acts
Jon Terry is the owner of SRO Productions of Tulsa, Inc. and has been booking touring sport entertainment acts since 1992. He started by managing sport's comedian nerd Myron Noodleman and quickly added other acts that have included Morganna "The Kissing Bandit," Krazy George, Jake "The Diamond Dog," Lou "Simon Says" Goldstein and many others.
Kevin Kelleher, The PA Guy
As we try to keep tabs on who else is tracking segments of the game operations world on the internet, we find very few names and sites. Such sites have been on the radar for a few years, focusing on PA Announcers. We recently caught up with The PA-Guy, Kevin Kelleher and got his thoughts on all things PA for the November interview.
Categories: Jobs, Vendors
The Famous Chicken Talks Mascotting
The Famous Chicken has been labeled one of the 100 most powerful people in sports in the 20th century by The Sporting News. He is a revolutionary performer who started a feathered and furry phenomenon that has spread across the globe. The alter-ego of the world's most famous poultry, Ted Giannoulas, joins us for the August 2002 Gameops.com Interview for a look at mascotting, the evolution of professional sports, and McNuggets.
Categories: Contests and Promotions, Mascot, Vendors
Patrick Klinger from the Minnesota Twins
Last December, Major League Baseball stated two teams, the Minnesota Twins and Montreal Expos, would be contracted for the 2002 season. Since then, legal battles have postponed the possible elimination of the two franchises, putting both in limbo. This state of confusion hasn't stopped the Minnesota Twins from developing new promotions and premiums to draw fans and continue fan interest, Patrick Klinger from the Twins tells us more.
Categories: Contests and Promotions, Premium Items, Vendors