June 2016 Podcast

The June Podcast with Jason Klein, Matt Heuer and Rob Wicall. Jason discusses how to create a Rally Mascot. Matt Heuer’s #TuesdayTip covers a valuable social media twist and former Spurs Coyote talks the value of not wearing pants.

The June 2016 Podcast covers Rally Mascots with Jason Klein from Brandiose and the career of Rob Wicall, the most recent Spurs Coyote.  Matt Heuer with 3 Point Productions interjects a social media tip for teams as well.

For the first time, I have also included some time codes for topics.

Jason Klein with Brandiose starts the podcast talking about Rally Mascots (2:15).  Jason explains the value of a consistent narrative and building a good feeling and vibe (9:00).  He summons Mr. Celery and explains why it’s a celery costume (12:30) in Wilmington.  Al the Tuna excitement (17:00). Matt Heuer’s Tuesday Tip starts at 22:30.  Rob Wicall intro (25:00).  #PantsOptional Hot Topic (27:30). The value of multiple performers (32:00). Hilarious Giant Band-Aid Skits (35:00). Skit writing insight (37:00). Difference between a Bit and a Skit (39:24). Using an IFB (40:40). His arthritic condition and how it affected his decision to retire (47:00).  The valuable discussion about buying new mascot van tires…and I am not kidding (48:30).  What he will miss the least from mascoting (53:30). His countless championship rings (55:00).

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Show Notes and Mentions

  • Jason Klein (2:15)
  • Matt Heuer (22:30)
  • Rob Wicall (25:00)
  • Van Tire Discussion (48:30)

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