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Fourth Annual Favorite Mascot of the Year Round One (Closed)

Welcome to MascotInsider.com Fourth Annual Favorite Mascot of the Year Round One Poll! Who is going to take home this year's prize? Good Luck to all Mascots nominated and begin voting below.. Just as a reminder, you may vote ONCE a Day. It may be possible to vote on aother device that’s OK, however, we only guarantee one vote a DAY. So be sure to come back the next day and keep voting for your Favorite Mascot till July 6th 2015 11:59 EST.
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Voting in Round One has now CLOSED. To view results simply click the View button on one of the categories. 
Favorite NBA Mascot
Slamson - Sacramento Kings   Clutch - Houston Rockets   MoonDog & Sir CC - Cleveland Cavaliers   Stuff - Orlando Magic   Benny the Bull - Chicago Bulls   Jazz Bear - Utah Jazz   Bango - Milwaukee Bucks   Gorilla - Phoenix Suns   Harry the Hawk - Atlanta Hawks   Hugo the Hornet - Charlotte Hornets   Burnie - Miami Heat   Grizz - Memphis Grizzlies     pollcode.com free polls This Polls contained an error in it and had to be reissued, no worries to all original votes are still counted and as seen at: http://poll.pollcode.com/68449613
Favorite MLB Mascot Sluggerrr - Kansas City Royals   Mr. Met - New York Mets   Ace - Toronto Blue Jays   Slider - Cleveland Indians   Oriole Bird - Baltimore Orioles   Stomper - Oakland A's   Lou Seal - San Francisco Giants   Philly Phanatic - Philadelphia Phillies   Raymond - Tampa Bay Rays   Mr. Red - Cincinnati Reds   Screech - Washington Nationals   Orbit - Houston Astros   Wally the Green Monster - Boston Red Sox   T.C. Bear - Minnesota Twins   The Swinging Friar - San Diego Padres   The Pirate Parrot - Pittsburgh Pirates   FredBird - St. Louis Cardinals   D. Baxter the Bobcat - Arizona Diamondbacks   Clark the Cub - Chicago Cubs     pollcode.com free polls  
Favorite MLS Mascot Blue - Sporting KC   Kingston - Orlando City   Diesel - Houston   Brad Beach - Milwaukee Wave   Leo the Lion - Real Salt Lake   Tac-Tik - Montreal Impact   Crew Cat - Columbus Crew   Tex Hooper - FC Dallas   Cosmo - LA Galaxy     pollcode.com free polls  
Favorite NFL Mascot Swoop - Philadelphia Eagles   Pat Patriot - New England Patriots   KC Wolf - Kansas City   Chomps - Cleveland Browns   Poe - Baltimore Ravens   Blue - Indy Colts   Freddie Falcon - Atlanta Falcons   T.D. - Miami Dolphins   Toro - Houston Texans   Blitz - Seattle Seahawks   Roary - Detroit Lions   Sour Dough Sam - San Francisco 49ers   Viktor the Viking - Minnesota Vikings   Rowdy - Dallas Cowboys   Sir Purr - Carolina Panthers   Steely McBean - Pittsburgh Steelers   Brownie the elf - Cleveland Browns   Who Dey - Cincinnati Bengals   Captain Fear - Tampa Bay Buccaneers   Miles - Denver Broncos     pollcode.com free polls  
Favorite NHL Mascot Nordy - Minnesota Wild   Slapshot - Washington Capitals   NJ Devil - New Jersey Devils   Stanley C. Panther - Florida Panthers   SJ Sharkie - San Jose Sharks   Victor E Green - Dallas Stars   Tommy Hawk - Blackhawks   Wild Wing - Anahiem Ducks   Sparky The Dragon - New York Islanders   Thunderbug - Tampa Bay Lightning   Stormy - Carolina Hurricanes   Iceburg - Pittsburg Penguins   Stinger - Columbus Blue Jackets   Howler - Arizona Coyotes   Gnash - Nashville Predators     pollcode.com free polls  
Favorite Minor League Barley - Hillsboro Hops   Sonar Wolfpack - Wolf Pack's   Scrappy - Mahoning Valley Scrappers   Dinger - Sacramento River Cats   Sandy The Seagull - Brooklyn Cyclones   Hornsby - Tulsa Drillers   Bumble - Salt Lake Bees   Tux The Penguin - Wilkes-Barre Penguins   Chopper - Gwinnett Braves Chopper   Twister = Cincinnati Cyclones   Swatson - Sugarland Skeeters   Finz - Worcester Sharks   Crash - Iowa Wild   Ballepeno - San Antonio Missions   Wool E. Bull - Durham Bulls baseball   Muddy - Toledo   Phinley - Clearwater Threshers   Champ SWB RailRiders   Belle - Florence Freedom   Otto the Spokanasaurus   Deuce - Frisco RoughRiders   Mac - Missouri Mavericks   Looie the Lookout - Chattanooga Lookouts     pollcode.com free polls  
Favorite College Mascot Sparky Flames - Liberty Flames   Benny the Beaver - Oregon State Beavers   Albert & Alberta - Florida Gators   Flash- Kent State University   Pete the Penguin - YSU   Monte - Unversity of Montana   Smokey - University of TN   Boko the Bobcat - Texas State University   Avalanche - Kutztown University   Willy Wolverine - Utah Valley University   Bucky Badger - Wisconsin Badgers   Jayhawk and Lil Jay - University of Kansas   Swoop - University of Utah   Hairy Dawg - University of Georgia Bulldog   Shasta - University of Houston   Rufus Bobcat - Ohio University   Buster Bronco - Boise State University   Sammy Bearkat - Sam Houston   Knightro - University of Central Florida   Ramses - University of North Carolina   Roc the Panther - Pittsburgh Panthers   Nitany Lion - Penn State   Bearcat - Cincinnati   Big Al - Alabama Crimson Tide   Nittyany Lion - Penn State   Cosmo - Brigham Young University   Wolfie - NC State   Willie the Wildcat - Kansas State University   Scrappy - University of Tennessee at Chattanooga - Chattanooga Mocs     pollcode.com free polls  
Favorite Not Listed Category Mascot Matty the Mattress - Mattress Mania   Champion - Remparts de Québec (CHL)   Munchie - Royal Sask. Museum   Chick Fil A Cow - Chick-fil-A   Rowdy the Red Devil - Bradford High School   Felix Falcon – Utah Falconz Womens Football   Rocky - Rocky Mountain Raceway   R. Thunder - Rochester Knighthawks   Striker Highlander - Victoria Highlanders   Spuddy Buddy - Idaho Potato Commission     The Tiger - Gilbert High   Bully the Brahma - Bellville ISD   Thunder - Lake Elsinore Storm   Soulman - Philadelphia Soul   Kodiak - Mascot Miracles Foundation   T-Bone - Mascot Miracles Foundation   Tank - Law Tigers     pollcode.com free polls  


Mascot And Talent Announced For Mascot Games Presented by WAWA

Orlando, FL (June 2, 2015) – New Hope for Kids has announced the mascots that will compete in the 22nd Annual Mascot Games Presented by Wawa, taking place at Amway Center on Friday, June 19, at 12:30 p.m., and Saturday, June 20, at 2 p.m.  Twenty-four of the best and most popular mascots from across North America will join the Orlando Magic's STUFF, the event's host mascot, for the annual competition. Mascots from MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS, and the NCAA will be divided into four teams as they compete against each other in wild and wacky games to determine the true champions of the mascot world.
The complete list of participating mascots is below.
"The collection of Mascots that will be showcased at Amway Center will be unrivaled anywhere in the world," said Dave Joswick, Executive Director of New Hope for Kids. "Our ambassador, Orlando Magic's STUFF, has invited top notch talents, all who love to compete, and who also love knowing they're helping kids."
The Mascot Games Presented by Wawa will once again be emceed by the energetic, amusing and amazing front man for Fired Up Entertainment, Scotty B. Adding to the craziness on the field, each Mascot team will have a "celebrity coach" that will help manage the team and push them to victory. Coaches for the June 19 show include: WFTV sportscaster Christian Bruey, Orlando Sentinel sports columnist George Diaz, and 740 The Game radio personalities Ditti and Doc. Coaching duties for the June 20 show will be entrusted to the Monsters from Real Radio 104.1: Russ, Dirty Jim, Angel and Carlos. Each show will feature a halftime act highlighting local talent, with the June 19 performance by Gina Incadela and the June 20 performance by Project DJ Slam, featuring Blake Guyre.
Tickets for the Mascot Games Presented by Wawa are now on sale.  General admission tickets start at $12 and can be purchased through http://mascotgames.org/tickets/ or http://www.amwaycenter.com/events/detail/mascot-games-1" Chase Box Office at Amway Center, Ticketmaster retail locations, charge-by-phone at http://www.ticketmaster.com/search?tm_link=tm_homeA_header_search&user_input=mascot+games&q=mascot+games On Saturday only, a limited number of VIP "Mascot Huddle" tickets, which include a Mascot meet and greet and reserved seating, are available for $30, and reserved seating is available for $20.  Group seating for Summer Camps is available by downloading a form from the event website at http://www.mascotgames.org under the "Summer Camps" tab. In addition, discounted corporate tickets are available, offering local companies the ability to reward and entertain their employees and/or customers.
All proceeds from the Mascot Games Presented by Wawa benefit New Hope for Kids, which provides support to children and families grieving the death of a loved one, and grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses in Central Florida. Since its inception, the event has raised more than $300,000 for New Hope for Kids.
22nd Annual Mascot Games Presented by Wawa Participating Mascots:
Albert & Alberta – University of Florida Bango – Milwaukee Bucks Billy the Marlin – Miami Marlins Captain Fear – Tampa Bay Buccaneers Carlton – Toronto Maple Leafs Champ – Dallas Mavericks Fin the Whale – Vancouver Canucks Harry the Hawk – Atlanta Hawks Kingston – Orland City Soccer Club Knightro – UCF Lil' Red – University of Nebraska Louie – St. Louis Blues N.J. Devil – New Jersey Devils Orbit – Houston Astros Rangers Captain – Texas Rangers Raymond – Tampa Bay Rays Sebastian – University of Miami Shades – Orlando Solar Bears Slamson the Lion – Sacramento Kings Stormy – Carolina Hurricanes STUFF – Orlando Magic ThunderBug – Tampa Bay Lightning Tommy Hawk – Chicago Blackhawks Stanley C. Panther - Florida Panthers Rowdy – Dallas Cowboys
About New Hope for Kids
Since 1996, New Hope for Kids has been helping Central Florida children in need. Our purpose is to bring hope, healing and happiness to children and families suffering from grief, loss or life-threatening illnesses. New Hope for Kids achieves this through two programs: The Center for Grieving Children helps children and families cope with the feelings of grief and loss after the death of a loved one. Wishes for Kids grants wishes to children up to the age 19, diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. For more information, visit http://www.newhopeforkids.org/.

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Fourth Annual Favorite Mascot of the Year Nominations (CLOSED)

You’ve waited and it’s back again MascotInsider Presents the Most Favorite Mascot of the Year 2015 voted by you Fans! Last year, we had another amazing response, Jaxson De Ville took home the prize! Who will it be this year? As always you begin the poll’s by nominating your favorite mascot. The deadline to submit your nominations is June 15 2015 11:59 EST! Please check some of the Rules before you begin below..
All previous winners can’t be reentered at this time we want to give all mascot’s a chance to win this title. Only one Nomination Entry will be allowed, please choose carefully. All Mascots can be nominated in this poll, while yes, we don’t have their team category listed, you can put them in the “Not Listed Category”. Please nominate your mascot by the end of the Deadline we are not able to add anymore mascot’s once the nominations close to be fair to all nominated mascots. Thank You for nominating your favorite Mascots nomination are now closed. Please stay tuned as we announce the mascots and launch round one of the Poll!


Houston Rockets "Clutch" Comes Through in a Pinch

Robert Boudwin has been "Clutch" the mascot of the Houston Rockets for more than 20 years. And it's easy tell.
"I love doing this," he said in a recent interview with Mascotinsider.com. "A lot of people diss being a mascot, but I consider it an important role. There probably aren't many kids out there who say 'I'd like to grow up to be a mascot, but for me it's the ultimate."
Boudwin started as a mascot for his high school, eventually moving on in the same role for his college, the University of Delaware. Finally, as a senior in college, he tried out for a mascot role for the Houston Rockets, which he started more than 20 seasons ago, and hasn't looked back yet.
It's a good thing that he enjoys it since there's almost never a Rockets even of any sort that Clutch doesn't make an appearance. He calls it more than a job, it's a calling. And that calling has taken him across the country and around the world many times, entertaining for practically every kind of group, from the homeless to military troops.
Boudwin is so serious about his craft that he teaches the "art" of mascoting every year at a "boot camp" for potential mascots from schools across the country, even though he calls it a means of paying back. "I've had a lot of great mentors in my time, and that inspires me," he added. "A lot of people have helped me along the way, so I think I owe them. I guess you could call it 'paying forward.'"
"I hate to make it sound like it's a religious thing, but in a way it is," he explained. "In fact, if you think about it, it has to be since it's not easy to put on a character's suit, walk out onto a basketball court, and try to be funny or otherwise get an keep the fans attention. You have to be devoted to it or it doesn't work."
Needless to say, Clutch does it, to the tune of hundreds of appearances every year. It doesn't matter whether it's an event for the city, parties, and anything else, Boudwin says that nobody gets shortchanged when it comes to his work. "I consider it an important job since when I'm out there, wherever there might happen to be, I'm representing the Rockets, and I consider that an important responsiblity."
Boudwin explained that he doesn't see how he feels as a mascot much differently than with others. "I think that most mascots feel the same way I do," he said. "A mascot has to go out there and there's a mutual dependence between him and the crowd, and the team also. When I can get the crowd going, it gets the team going also. Everybody feels it, and that's a great feeling for me too. When I can get that mutual excitement going, everybody wins, and I can say I did my job."


Lake Elsinore's Thunder: It's What The Storm is All About

There's a very special dog who lives in a community east of Los Angeles called Lake Elsinore. He is one of only a few members of the genus Canis Thunderous family. He is generally known for his ability to stand upright, walk on the tops of chairs, dance, drive quads, and act like a fool, much to the delight of Storm fans, who fill the stadium with uproarious laughter every time he makes an appearance. "Thunder," as he is known, can further be noted for his thick coat of mint-green fur, oversized eyes, bright pink nose, and one of the largest pairs of shoes to ever grace the feet of a dog. And if anyone should wonder about his capacity to put away the food, all they would need to do is to check the size of his overabundant belly.
Thunder is the alter ego of the team's director of mascot operations, Stephen Webster, who started working for the team several years ago after he worked for other teams in Utah, where he originally resided.
"I belong to the LDS church, and after I finished school and did my mission, I got a job working for a team in Utah," Webster explained. "It was great fun, and that's when I discovered that I loved working in baseball, especially from the promotional perspective."
It doesn't take long to watch Webster in action before he could convince anyone of his love for the game. Like many good mascots, he is in perpetual motion, whether he's on the field or off. Not only does he appear as Thunder at every game, but he makes more than 300 appearances at local birthday parties, holiday parades, grand openings, school assemblies, and many other events.
Wherever he is and whatever he is doing, Thunder admits that his greatest accomplishment thus far is the publication of his book, "Be Nice, Play Nice! CHARACTER COUNTS! You Know," which he distributes wherever he goes. Thunder also sponsors the Storm Reading for Rewards assembly, where he shares the importance of the Six Pillars of Character to more than 45,000 children in 15 cities and 60 elementary schools this year.
"I love doing this," Webster said, "and I'll do it as long as I can."
Photo provided by Thunder's Facebook page you can "Like" his page by Clicking Here


What is a Bruin?

The word “bruin” comes from the Dutch language, which means brown and describes the color of a bear. UCLA has the official school colors of blue and gold. UCLA has a bruin (or a brown bear) as a mascot. How did this happen?
The history comes from the early part of the 20th century, when UCLA was not very well recognized. The bigger brother was the football team known as the California Bears from northern California, the team representing Berkeley University.
When the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) was first established, the football team became the “cubs” because of being the baby brothers of the team that came before them in northern California. Because the name of the “cubs” seemed weaker and inferior, the team of UCLA wanted to change their name to the “grizzlies.”
Alas, this was not possible because a prior claim to the “grizzlies” came from the University of Montana. Because of this, the team from UCLA opted for the name and mascot of “bruins,” which is a type of brown bears. This was chosen in 1928 and has been the mascot ever since.
The school colors of UCLA are blue, representing the ocean, and gold, representing the state flower of the golden poppy, which are supported by the mascot of the bruin bear, since the bear is California’s state animal and appears on the state flag. The bruin bear had the overwhelming support of the student body of UCLA, because in the 1930s a live bear with his trainer appeared at each home game.
Imagine the possible confrontation today between a real live brown bear, which on its hind legs stands over six feet tall and a person in a mascot suit pretending to be a mascot from the opposing team! Wow! Nevertheless, this is no longer possible. During the 1930s, it became very apparent that having a live animal of such size on the sidelines of a football game, even when under the command of a skilled trainer was no longer feasible. Even though the crowds from the UCLA side loved the real animal, it was clear that it was becoming much too dangerous.
The modern day mascot of the UCLA Bruins is like all the others, a person in a suit that represents the mascot. However, there was a time for UCLA during the 1920s to the 1930s, when their mascot was a real, live, gigantic brown bear.
Sources: 1) Bruin 2) UCLA Bruins | Image provided from Surviving College


Whatever You Do, Don’t Touch His Head” A Review and an Interview With a Former Mr. Met

What would possess an otherwise sane high school or college student (Is there such an animal?) too often leave behind their career ambitions to throw their hats into an ultra-competitive ring for the chance to wear a sweaty and often foul smelling animal suit, only to face the humiliation of their peers as a team mascot? The truth is men as well as women have served for teams in both the pro and amateur ranks for years and often made a name, not to mention a hefty paycheck in the process. Case in point, AJ Mass, who happens to have served a stint as “Mr. Met,” and relates some of his experiences as a mascot in his just released book, Yes, It’s Hot in Here: Adventures in the Weird, Wooly World of Sports Mascots.
Yes, it’s Hot In Here not only recounts some of his hilarious and sometimes harrowing tales of life as one of baseball’s busiest, and at the time, few mascots, but explores the entertaining history of the mascot, from its jester roots in Renaissance society to the slapstick pantomine of the Clown Prince of Baseball, Max Patkin, all the way up to the mascots of the slam-dunk, rock-and-roll, Jumbotron culture of today. Along the way Mass talks to the pioneers among modern-day mascots like Dave Raymond (Phillie Phanatic), Dan Meers (K.C. Wolf), and Glenn Street (Harvey the Hound) and finds out what it is about being a mascot that simply won’t leave the performer.
What could possess an otherwise educated and intelligent person with so much career promise to abandon it all to take a job with no real promise other than a considerable amount of potential, in order to walk to the center of a sports park and hope to create pandamoniumtotal with so little, even when the team they represent might be losing. It’s not a life that’s full of roses. After all, there are kids that don’t understand the concept that there’s a human being inside, and as a result might give a swift kick to his shins. Otherwise, your usual exhaustive work day includes other promotional feats such as numerous opportunities to bend WAY down for group hugs and let’s not forget a hot and smelly costume.
Mass should know, since he even predates the San Diego Chicken and so many other creatures of record. Despite this, he still has the distinction of being one of the few bright lights in Mets history.


A Doggone Good Interview With Shell-E

1. What organization do you represent?
Well, I'm my own dog as such. Unlike my big league mascot brothers and sisters, I'm not backed by an organization. However, I represent every shelter pet. My job is to get them as many fans as I can. Just like my big league mascot pals do for their team.Wait a tail waggin' second....Maybe I am like them. BOL! (bark out loud)
2. How long have you been around the mascot business?
In dog years? 35. Ok, I'll stop being a smug Pug. 2015 will be my fifth year.
3. What are some of your fondest memories?
Wow. Since these are made daily, that's a rawhide question. Going to schools and meeting kids who have done wonderful things for the animal shelters in their community is quiet fond to this Fido.
4. Do you look up to any mascots?
Yes, when they drop down from the arena ceiling. BOL! OK, now I'm being as serious as an empty treat jar. Benny the Bull keeps my nose to wind.
5. What are your favorite treats?
The ones that are in an endless supply and I can swallow whole.
6. What are you favorite events to attend?
Pet adoption events are the dog diggity. Parades are pristine. I gotta tell ya though, my goal is TO BE the favorite thing at any event I attend.
7. Do you travel?
Yes, but since I am self funded my budget doesn't allow me to buy a very long leash. However, I am micro-chipped so I'm ready when the opportunity sniffs me out.
8. What is something you would like to say, but can’t out loud?
I like cats.
9. Do you love car rides?
YES YES OOOHHHH YES ARE WE GOING? ARE WE GOING??? Sorry, you said the "R" word. Be warned. When I stick my big, lovable head out of the window, the car will lose about five miles per gallon.
10. Who’s a good doggie?
The one adopted from a shelter. :0)
Thanks so much to Shell-E the Shelter Dog for taking to the time to interview with us. Catch Shell-E on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/shelletheshelterdog.


Takes More Than a Great Costume to Make an Outstanding Mascot

Have you noticed that some mascots with the best costumes are about as exciting as watching fresh paint drying? The quality of the costume may help enhance the ambiance and panache of a team mascot, but it cannot work magic.
The bottom line: Great mascots need more than outstanding costumes to entertain and motivate players and fans. They need–personality and bizarre behavior!
Some of the best mascots have the most marginal costumes, but became famous for entertaining all who watched them. Just think for a moment about the iconic San Diego Chicken. The costume was not very cool or funny. Yet the San Diego Chicken became famous for entertaining audiences young and old.
Another example is the Phillie Phanatic. The costume: absurd. The Phanatic: humongously entertaining. From the days the Phanatic outrageously taunted the Boston Red Sox, the Philly Phanatic has been one of the favorite, most entertaining mascots onthe planet.
When the Philadelphia Phillies finally retires the Phanatic, there will be a spot in the mascot Hall of Fame waiting for him. This example is further proof that it’s the mascot’s personality that counts, not the quality of the costume.
Of course, the Phillie Phanatic makes good use of his costume to get laughs. But, it remains the Phanatic’s personality that translates into action and entertainment. There are others, devoid of outstanding costumes, that manage to entertain fans regularly.
For example, Jaxson de Ville, this year’s favorite mascot, but the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars favorite every day, has a cute, but not great costume. In fact, Jaxon’s outfit is neither outrageous nor funny. Yet, Jaxson was more entertaining than the Jaguars team this season. The Jaguars were awful; Jaxson was magnificent. He was the only claim to fame for the Jacksonville Jaguars during the 2014 season.
See Jaxon’s pic displayed below the title of this article. You be the judge. Was it his costume or his winning personality?


2014 Favorite Mascot of the Year Finals (CLOSED)

Fans you’ve chosen your favorite mascots now it’s time to have that mascot bring home the prize we are amazed at the response this year brining over 100,000 votes. We give great thanks to all the sports teams that supported this poll now same rules apply as the last round you may vote once a day. This poll, however, is for only going on this week, so you’ll have till 11:59 on Sunday August 10th to vote. Good Luck to all the mascots and we can’t wait to see who win’s this year!
Voting has ended, thank you for joining us this year the whole MascotInsider Wishes a big congrats to Jaxson DeVille. Please be sure to visit “Mascot Hall of Fame” in a few days to see the award and statement from Jaxson.


2014 Mascot Games Review

We've had a fantastic week at Amway Center with Mascot Games in town. This event is amazing we our proud to present TWO full hours of Mascot Games for you to enjoy meaning you'll be able to view the Full Event below. We began our Mascot Games coverage with a visit to Florida Hospital for Children on Thursday Stormy, Louie Blues, Shades and Sebastian the Ibis all surprised a visit with the children check out the video below..

It's now Friday and it's the first day of Mascot Games excited camps are all here ready for the excitement before the games start all campers were invited to a big fun outside which included fun game to play including from playing the Wii to playing a little game of soccer. Around 12:30 the games officially kicked off with a our national anthem being sung by the amazing singer Gina Maria Incandela it gives you chills how amazing she can sign it was a great way to kick off the 21st Mascot Games now without spoiling anything we now invite you to join us in the first day of the games below this is a FULL video showing you everything we hope you enjoy!

We hope you've enjoyed Friday's coverage, it's now Saturday it's the last day of the Mascot Games. The games begin today at 2:00 but select fans who bought a VIP Meet & Greet package which is new this year around 12:30 got a chance to meet and greet with all the amazing mascots it was madness but fun and everyone had a great time. Around 1:30 we said goodbye to all the mascots as they prepare to get ready for the games and we took our spot on the floor to begin the final days of the games, Again we don't want to spoil anything so we invite you to check out the FULL mascot games below.

That ends the amazing Mascot Games event we thank New Hope for Kids for allowing us to cover this event. We are also proud to announce CEO of MascotInsider was interviewed by Jr. Journalists as soon as that is posted we'll be sure to post it on our social networks. We also invite you to view OVER 400 photos from our Photos page by clicking here. Till then this will be your 2014 Mascot Games coverage thanks for joining us and see you next year!!


2014 Favorite Mascot of The Year Poll Round One (CLOSED)

Thank you fans for taking the time to nominate your favorite mascots, it’s very exciting to begin this for the Third year in a row! Who’s going to make it to the final round and take home this year’s award? Begin by voting below, we wish all mascots best of luck.. Just as a reminder, you may vote ONCE a Day. It may be possible to vote on another device that’s OK, however, we only guarantee one vote a DAY. Poll Ends TWO weeks from today (July 26th 2014 8 AM EST).
POLL is now CLOSED thank you to everyone who voted to stay tuned for more details regarding finals to be posted soon.
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