Brad Mayne on Sports Geek Podcast with Sean CallananBrad Mayne was one of the key people I met on my very first #SportsGeekTrip when he was CEO of American Airlines Center in Dallas, he is now CEO & President at MetLife Stadium in New York I catch up with him to discuss his career in sports and his recent experience hosting Super Bowl XLVIII.  I also reflect on a nightmarish experience leading up to the NRL Grand Final that had a very happy ending.

On this podcast you’ll learn from about:

  • The management differences between an indoor and outdoor stadium
  • How Brad's ability working with multiple ownership groups was vital in new role at MetLife Stadium
  • How the technology demand on stadiums keeps increasing
  • The customer service demands on stadiums and how MetLife Stadium can turn around a bad fan experience
  • Moving to paperless ticketing and RFID technology
  • What would you do if your phone died before the big game?

Resources from the episode

Brad's tweet morning after SB48

Luckily the cold weather didn't hit during the game, but it didn't miss by much.

Last time we met…

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Congrats to the South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL Premiers for 2014

Humble Brag

3 of the last 4 NRL Premiers - Sports Geek Clients!

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