May 2013 Podcast

Cudo and Walker review this month in game operations, including promotions from the Washington Stealth, NHL Outdoor games, Inland Empire 66ers, and the Blazer Dancers. We play Phone Tag with Vets 4 Vets founder Wisa Opton.

Jon Cudo and Pat Walker review this month in game operations, including promotions from the Washington Stealth, NHL Outdoor games, Tweet your Seats and a Pajama Party with the Inland  Empire 66ers, and the 25th Anniversary Reunion of the Blazer Dancers.

Cudo plays Phone Tag with Wisa Opton from Vets 4 Vets, a non-profit organization consisting of Veteran NBA/NFL Cheerleaders and Dancers.  Pat and Jon wrap up with an elevator pitches and shouts out to a deserving bunch.

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Show Notes
This month’s edition of the Gameops.com Podcast with Jon Cudo and Pat Walker.

Cudo and Ben Hill talk about promotions around sports including the Washington Stealth, NHL Hockey, Inland Empire 66ers, and Portland Trailblazers.

Wisa Opton from Vets4 Vets joins Cudo for phone tag and shares information about the Vets 4 Vets program.

In shout-outs, Jon gives praise to the the Boston Bruins and Amanda Greco, while Pat showers praise on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.

Thanks to drunkdude69 for our fancy bumper music.

 

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