August 2014 Podcast

The boys are back after 5 long months off. Cudo and Walker reunite to talk about the Charleston Riverdogs’ follow-up on Disco Demolition Night, industry trends for generating revenue with non-game events, promotions around baseball and more.

The boys are back: After 5 long months Cudo and Walker reunite for the Gameops.com podcast.  Shaking off the rust, they talk about the Charleston Riverdogs’ follow-up on Disco Demolition Night and some industry trends for generating revenue with non-game events.

In the promotional review they look at “When in Rome” RonBurgundy Mustache Night in Akron, Tacky Christmas (in July) Jerseys and the Phanatic in Reading as well as an  Unemployment Night in North Carolina.

Shout Outs include the Iron Pigs, Reading Fightin’ Phils, a certain insane salesman of tube-shaped meat, BET and Karen Bryant from the Seattle Storm.

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Show Notes
This month’s edition of the Gameops.com Podcast is hosted by Editor Jon Cudo.

Cudo and Walker talk Disco Demolition revisited in Charleston by Mike Veeck and the trend of non-game events to generate revenue and fan engagement.  They talk promotions from the Hickory Crawdads, Reading Phils, and Akron RubberDucks.  The wrap up with shouts out to Lindsay Knupp, the Hunsicker Brothers in Reading, BET and Karen Bryant.

Thanks to drunkdude69 for our fancy bumper music.

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