Much of our social media has shifted into an effort to message fans about masks and draw attention to events or promotions. This post from Pierre jumped out as a reminder that game entertainers should still be out there entertaining as well. So this playful post from the Pelican was a welcome diversion.
We use the mantra “do what you do, but do it from home,” and this is a reminder that mascots at the games do funny bits, clever videos and goofy antics. While they are stuck at home, it is important not to lose sight of that.
Don’t forget the fun.
For more on social media from game entertainers, see our recent article: Successful Social Media for Game Entertainers
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