Fair Game

Podcast Fair Game 007 - Interview with Tony Brent

One of the funniest guys in show business. Tony Brent's dinner show can be seen at Wonderworks on I-Drive in Orlado.

One of the funniest guys in show business. Tony Brent's dinner show can be seen at Wonderworks on I-Drive in Orlado.

Back in February I had a chance to sit down with one of my closest friends in the entertainment world, Tony Brent.

Tony's comedy dinners how can be seen nightly at Wonderworks on I-Drive in Orlando, FL.

I've known Tony since early 2000 when he was entertaining at Disney's MGM-Studios (now Hollywood Studios) in Orlando. He was making a living as an entertainer while I was working on Disney's College Program.

We met up for about 30 minutes at Disney Springs in Orlando to record the show.

Podcast Fair Game 005 - Interview with Aaron Alejandro

On today's episode, I'm joined by Aaron Alejandro, the Executive Director of the Texas FFA Foundation.  Aaron recently drove through Albuquerque and had time to meet up for breakfast.

I had planned to interview him but it turned out we had such a genuine conversation that I think it stands on its own.

We talk about global access to food and nutrition, the block chain and how we share our stories in the fair and ag industry.

PLUS, my wife, Sara joins us and shares her insights as an educator and school administrator here in Albuquerque.

Enjoy!

Podcast Fair Game 002 - An Interview with Scott Tindle

On today's episode, I'm in Mobile, Alabama. I sit down at the historic fort for a discussion with Scott Tindle, former fair manager of the Greater Gulf State Fair and current CEO of Gulf Coast Ducks. We talk hospitality & tourism, the fair industry and duck boat tours. PLUS - the advice Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban gave him during an appearance on Shark Tank.

Podcast Fair Game 001 - QuickClip - Putting in the Work

During the 2017 Arizona Fairs Association Convention, I took a minute on my way to dinner to share my thoughts around people who have opinions about social media marketing while not actually being practitioners of the craft.

Specifically, I believe it's foolish for people to have an opinion around social media marketing when they've never deployed advertising in that space. If you're not a practitioner, please, skip having an opinion and instead download these apps and begin testing them out.

You'll never know how they work if you don't taste them.