April 2019 Podcast

Ben Hill, Dr Jim Tennison and Christian Stoinev join us to talk movie anniversary promotions, Copa logos, Mascot Lawsuits and whether or not to wear a shirt to work on the April Podcast.

MILB.com scribe Ben Hill and Cudo talk about Copa logos and promotions. Then we discuss using movie and pop culture anniversaries to spark and build promotions.

Dr Jim Tennison is uniquely qualified to speak on the topic of mascot lawsuits, so he joins the podcast to do just that. We get into the specifics on the attack of Pat the Patriot and much more.

Touring sensation Christian Stoinev is interviewed about his popular Christian and Scooby halftime act and previews the new Entertainment Act page on Gameops.com.

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