Janaury 2015 Podcast

Cudo and Walker look at the best promotions and highlights from the last month and offer and entertaining debate on movie clips and the placement of fan appreciation night.

Cudo and Walker start the new year with a quasi-contentious podcast debating a couple game ops topics, like Rocky Clips and Fan Appreciation Night.  Pat and Jon look at promotions in Indy, Dallas and Tulsa, and a Tinder-inspired promotion from the NBA Hawks.  In a new segment they look around for some Best of 2015 notables, which included the Minnesota Timberwolves, the NBA mascots in Orlando and Sacramento.

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Show Notes
This month’s edition of the Gameops.com Podcast is hosted by Editor Jon Cudo and Pat Walker.

The guys discuss the placement of Fan Appreciation Night and when to play certain movie clips like the one shown above from Rocky.  Cudo also admits to having not seen the movie Rudy.

Pat and Jon review promotions for the Dallas Stars, Atlanta Hawks, Indy Fuel and cudo sings the praises of the Calgary Flames and TB Lightning for posting the sweater colors they are wearing each game.

In a new segment we highlight some notables in the already hot 2015 Best of Awards, including NBA Mascots Slamson and Stuff and the Timberwolves classy Kobe video gesture.

Shout outs and several references to Cudo’s advancing years.

Thanks to drunkdude69 for our fancy bumper music.

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