Nothing looks better and nothing can be harder than tricking your mascot out in a custom outfit for a skit, photo or event. Here’s a case fo Logo the Altoona Curve mascot getting his Fourth of July on ins some custom gear to celebrate.
Of course the problem is that Loco, like many mascots has a size 128 waist making it hard to order clothes online and even harder to find that perfect outfit at Goodwill.
So what you need is some extra time and the right resources. Enter in your local costumer or mascot speciality house like Keystone Mascot or Amazing Mascots. Both are great at making gear for that special super sized furball. And both are run by mascot performers so they understand what you need to make it look good and still allow you to perform.
So next time you need something custom, connect with either or both for a quote. And don’t forget to give them some lead time since both are busy making costumes year round.
- Amazing Mascots (Kelly Frank) – https://www.amazing-mascots.com/contact
- Keystone Mascots (Erin Blank) – http://keystonemascots.com/about/contact/
— Loco (@party_with_loco) July 5, 2018
Hope everyone has had an Incredible Superhero Weekend so far! Be sure to come to @nashvillesounds tonight for your Super Booster Bobblehead and to see what SUPER Surprise I have! pic.twitter.com/0I9TUuTUB7
— Booster (@SoundsBooster) July 8, 2018
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