Offline with LeLVin

Fans are everywhere and meLVin is connecting with all of them.

A good reminder from meLVin that occasionally fans like to go from a URL to IRL (in real life). An online photo is nice, but an autographed card can be even nicer.

This is all about making connections, on and off the ice…. and on and offline.

meLVin is thought to be the last remaining Puck-Nosed Pladottle, a fun-loving species that was common in the Lehigh Valley long ago.

After being rescued from the Dime Bank Building Vault on the site of the PPL Center, meLVin journeyed across the valley to find his heart, courage, and brain. The Lehigh Valley Phantoms decided to give him a home as their mascot.

Popcorn is meLVin’s favorite treat. He loves to chow down while watching Phantoms hockey games. Don’t offer this guy chocolate bars, he can’t stand the taste, plus penguins are by far his least-favorite flightless bird.

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June 2018 Podcast

Matt Coy shares how to engage fans on your videoboard, David Raymond talks about the current state of mascoting, Marc Taylor and Cudo reflect on the life of former NBA mascot Sadiki Fuller plus Cameron Hughes.

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