February 2019 Podcast

Daytona Tortuga’s Ryan Keur and Buffalo Bisons’ Pat Malacaro discuss their promotional calendars. Plus Canadian National Treasure Cameron Hughes looks back at his 25 years of crowd inspiration and questionable dance moves.

Daytona Tortuga President Ryan Keur and the Voice of the Buffalo Bisons Pat Malacaro join the February Podcast to discuss their team’s excellent promotional calendars. Both are loaded with thoughtful and entertaining nights in 2019 including their signature theme nights, custom jerseys, Nightly promotions and more.  Plus we learn Vince Carter’s hometown and some clarity of Beef on Weck.

Then we lure in Canadian National Treasure Cameron Hughes to look back at his 25 years of crowd inspiration and questionable dance moves.

  • High Five – Milwaukee Bucks – Behind the scenes photos and video from the Bucks show. Must see content to go along with the January 2019 podcast.
  • High 5 – Pittsburgh Pirates – High Five is a game review series from Gameops.com where we find five ways a team is going above and beyond to make their show great. This first review is from the Pittsburgh Pirates in July 2018.
  • Last month on the Podcast – We go back stage with the Milwaukee Bucks and talk to Johnny Watson, Melanie Ricks and Ryan Kiser about their show.
  • 5 Years Ago on the Podcast – Pat Walker and Jon Cudo talk Bruno Mars, U2, Pink the Rink and Midnight Circus. Mascot Jay Bleu joins in to talk about a World Record attempt mascots are making this June.
  • Cameron Hughes Entertainment Act Page

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