November 2012 Podcast

Cudo and Walker discuss finding inspiration, inspired by the comments from Phone Tag Guest Martin McCleary. Plus promotions across the country.

Cudo and Walker discuss finding inspiration, inspired by the comments from Phone Tag Guest Martin McCleary.  Promotions include a controversy in Bakersfield, and great promotions in Milwaukee, Grand Rapids, and the NFL. Shout outs to those who took the brunt of Hurricane Sandy and a talk about the Best of Awards in 2012.

Home Opener White Out

Martin McCleary is the Game Operations Director of the Phoenix Coyotes.
Martin oversees game night production and live events for the Phoenix Coyotes.  He talks about working in a non-traditional hockey market, drawing inspiration from outside hockey, and how to get a buffalo to sing Auld Lang Syne.

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Show Notes
This month’s edition of the Gameops.com Podcast with Jon Cudo and Pat Walker.

We talk about drawing inspiration from other places outside of sports and an easy trap to avoid (related to South Park and The X Files).

We look at promotions with the the NFL and Milwaukee Brewers, examine a controversy between the Stockton Ports and the Bakersfield Condors.  Cudo also praises the Grand Rapids Griffins for fully explaining promotions to fans.

In our shout-outs, Pat and Jon give consideration to the victims of Hurricane Sandy and talk about the opportunities for teams to aide their community with promotions designed to help those victims. The show closes with some thoughts on the 2012 Best of Awards.

Thanks to drunkdude69 for our fancy bumper music.

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