Frequent guest, touring act, Canadian National Treasure and professional fan Cameron Hughes is back for his biggest interview to date on the Party in the Back Podcast. This month Cameron’s book KING OF CHEER drops and we dig into this epic journey with an in-depth discussion.
We start with how this all came to be. A childhood memory seared into Cameron, the first time he decided to GET UP and the inspiration provided by his mother, father and friends along the way. The we dive into some of the fun from life on the road and a wild life worth reading about.
I’m calling it. My new book, King of Cheer will one day reach 270 copies sold. 🙏📚 pic.twitter.com/kU3s9QUqHr— Cameron Hughes (@cameroncheers) November 7, 2020
Cameron is definitely part of the game ops world, but this book is for anyone who needs an affirmation they too can get up and make the most of their lives.
For over 26 years, Cameron Hughes has ignited crowds at sporting events across the globe. Now, for the first time ever he’s letting everyone in on his big secret – how he became the world’s first professional fan. Cameron recounts the behind the scenes highs and lows of his unlikely career. It’s a story of getting up, showing up and never giving up that ensured his successes and will inspire the same for the reader.
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- Cameron Hughes Book Info on Cameron Hughes Website
- Cameron Hughes Website
I realized it’s not who doesn’t show up, it’s who does that matters.
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