RotoWire experts have been busy as special guests on radio sports shows throughout the land. Occasionally, the interviews are posted on-line. Here are two from this week. First, here is yours truly on Sarnia, Ontario’s CHOK radio:
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At RotoWire, we like to watch and play a lot of basketball. We also enjoy all that sports bars have to offer. So, naturally, we’re all Pop-A-Shot fanatics, the classic sports bar vending machine game that challenges ballers to drain as many shots as possible within a short amount of time, usually with a beer in your hand.
When we heard the company not only still existed, but is going through a rebirth, we reached out to new owner Tony Stucker to learn more. Here’s the results of our sports bar interview (without the clanging of beer mugs) —
RotoWire – I was giddy when I heard Pop-A-Shot not only still exists, but is going through a rebirth. What compelled you to buy the company?
Tony Stucker – I had spent the past 20+ years in advertising, most recently selling digital advertising, and I was ready for a change. I didn’t know what I wanted to do, but I knew I wanted to do something entrepreneurial. I was on an online business buying site when I saw that Pop-A-Shot was for sale. I didn’t even know there was an actual Pop-A-Shot company. But I pretty quickly decided this was what I was looking for.
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With Jeff Erickson on the road this week, I got to fill in for him on many of his regional radio show guest spots. That meant five shows in 24 hours, a whirlwind media blitz for this relative newbie (4 years at RW versus Jeff’s 19). In a fit of shameless self-promotion, let’s begin the tour! Hopefully you’ll find some nuggets of good advice.