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.
Scott Carter looks at how you can become an expert and add value to your team using social media.
Scott Carter looks at the importance of music in your show.
It is the cardinal sin of professional sports: the mass distribution of comp tickets. Scott Carter looks and the pros and cons.
No other game operations inventory has captured the public’s imagination in the last 10 years the way live costume races have. This month we span the country to get the full story on these races.
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.
When working with contestants, we have developed a straight-forward Three Part Plan for Success that you can use with any contest.
Previously Kelly Frank shared her mascot audition story with Gameops.com. Kelly, recently blessed with some free time, has now realized the source of some of her recent misfortunes.
For the past 6 months Kelly Frank lived a double life: Intern by day, flying horse by night. Now she takes us behind the scenes as she auditions for the Denver Bronco’s mascot position.
We visited the Pittsburgh Pirates and found six excellent elements of their production.We look at how we can learn from their example.