Andrew Isaacson from The Famous Group joins the party. He talks about their new virtual fan solution Thunderdome created for WWE and how the pandemic pushed them to build a better virtual fan solution. Plus Rob Wicall on evolving mascot costumes, bubbles and a look at the best Water Cooler Moments in August.
Kenn Solomon dusts off an epic WNBA Mascot rivalry and more. Solomon is joined by Jon Cudo and Marc Taylor with over 50 years of mascot stories between them.
Amanda Greco and Miguel Vargas join the Party to talk about sports in the bubble and beyond. Plus Miguel gives a tremendous tip on how to last in the sports industry.
Marc Taylor was the performer behind the Squatch character when the team moved to Oklahoma City. From there he developed RUMBLE, mascot for the OKC Thunder. Kenn sits down with Marc to get his full story.
Glenn Street joins the Party to discuss his journey from mascot to costumer, a new product designed to sanitize costumes and an important mascot tip for performers to keep at top of mind.The MiLB scribe Benjamin Hill looks at the season we are missing in Minor League Baseball. Ben notes some top promotions he’s missing and picks the Water Cooler Moment of the Month.
Trey Mock takes a non traditional approach to influence Colts fans in and out of the stadium. The interview with Kenn Solomon reveals his story.
Assistant AD at Penn State University Chris Grosse returns to talk about sports during and after the pandemic. He shares the success behind Penn States epic Virtual Tailgate and more. Lots of great insights from Chris. Then Anne Wright spent years helping NBA teams refine their game presentations helps us decide on the best Water Cooler moments from May.
An unbelievable story of a man behind a mask cheating death. Eric McMahon shares the story of his NBA career with the Memphis Grizzlies.
Condors President Matthew Riley and Pat Walker join the Party in the back to talk about promotional nights and social media during the lockdown.
Kenn Solomon sits with Taylor Griswold who shares his stories from his years as Hooper, the Detroit Pistons’ mascot.