On this week’s episode John Katz, president of the Columbia Fireflies joins the podcast to discuss the daily operations to the BullStreet District development, having Tim Tebow play for the club, and the brainstorming session to develop its Copa de la Diversión branding. Also, Dave traveled over 3000 miles (5000 kilometers) this past week to visit venues in Milwaukee, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Winnipeg, and Sault Ste. Marie. All that, and why Dan won’t attend WrestleMania this week on the Stadium Journey Podcast.
The Niagara IceDogs continue to provide an excellent experience and fit well in the Ontario Hockey League. It is fantastic that junior hockey has finally found success and needed stability in the Niagara Region after so many other attempts. Fans should definitely catch an IceDogs game, especially when checking out Niagara Falls.
The boys are back and they’re ready to talk some March Madness! The Team is joined by Dan Nardini of journeyto351.com and they discuss his goal of hitting all 350+ Division I basketball venues. Join Dan Colacicco, Marc Viquez, Paul Baker and Dave Cottenie for an in depth discussion on the great sport of College Basketball.
A trip to Exactech Arena at Stephen C. O’Connell Center is not a mecca experience however, fans will be pleasantly surprised at just how good the experience is. Gators basketball offers a great return on investment and a whole lot of fun that the whole family can enjoy.
With the winter weather that has hit the northeast, there is no better time to talk Minor League Baseball! The Team is joined by Benjamin Hill of MiLB.com and the BensBiz Blog. Join Dan Colacicco, Marc Viquez, Paul Baker and Dave Cottenie as baseball is in the air!
Kingston is one of the truly great places to visit in Ontario. The Kingston Frontenacs can be a part of a stop in Kingston and the Leon’s Centre is a solid facility. The Fronts are pushing the envelope in what fans can expect for a game day experience and the product on the ice can only get better. Hockey fans should definitely take a trip to Eastern Ontario to the historic, vibrant city of Kingston and make plans to catch the Fronts in action. There will be no regrets.