Episode: Mascots: Under The Giant Head


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Mascots: Under The Giant Head
Jerome (pronounced like “Jeremy”) Bartlett is a San Antonio-based mascot and mascot trainer. His mascot career began at New Braunfels (Texas) High, where he played Eugene the Unicorn. At Texas State, he won a mascot national title as Boko the Bobcat. Now, he works for various pro teams and teaches aspiring mascots as the owner of Higher Impact Entertainment (http://www.higherimpactent.com). Bartlett explains what dances mascots MUST know, the gruesome injuries mascots can sustain and the fact that women occasionally have stuffed their phone numbers into Bartlett’s giant taco costume.

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