I love this post which shows how great game presentation can create lifelong memories and feelings. Good Game Ops creates memories. Great Game Ops creates feelings.
Years before I heard the term “game ops”, I heard Sirius play during Bulls intros on TV and it gave me chills. I later spent 10 years with teams chasing that feeling. Almost 25 years later, that song still has the same effect on me. #TheLastDance #NotevenaBullsfan
— Stacey Cohen White (@staceycohenw) May 6, 2020
The iconic Bulls entrance may be the gold standard for entrance and is the case study for finding your song and embracing it.
30 years later the team still uses the song….and it still gives goosebumps.
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