We look at what some teams, entertainers and mascots are doing with their social media accounts. How can this platform effectively build their brand, sell tickets and engage with their fans.
We caught up with The PA-Guy, Kevin Kelleher and got his thoughts on all things PA for a Gameops.com interview. Updated in 2019.
A legendary mascot performer hung up his tights and wings last spring after 17 seasons with the Hornet’s organization. Michael Zerrillo gives us the buzz on his career as an NBA mascot in a Gameops.com Interview.
Creating a “Mascot Code of Conduct” can help ensure your performer projects your brand and helps you avoid potentially catastrophe.
We asked several top NBA mascots for their advice to aspiring mascots on how to advance their mascot career and get prepared for mascot opportunities.
A 25-year veteran mascot looks at three ways to MAKE and the three ways to BREAK your next mascot appearance
Fans witnessing Bromley Lowe’s final moments as a Major League Baseball mascot saw him taking off his size 22 floppy shoes and leaving them on the pitcher’s mound. But that wasn’t the end for Bromley as a performer…it was just the beginning.
Professional Mascot Kelly Frank just performed 19 NHL games, 12 MLB games, and 3 football games in 2 months…and still had time to deliver a long list of Mascot Tips in this must-read essay.
For well over a decade Kelly Frank has successfully avoided ever having to get a “real job.” She is a professional mascot. In her guest essay she pauses long enough to answer questions asked of her as a mascot.
You can keep adding more entertainment elements to a time out, but eventually they will have less of an effect in producing desired results. Read why and how to fix it.