Fans First: Change The Game, Break The Rules & Create An Unforgettable Experience by Jesse Cole
About the Book:
The Savannah Bananas should not exist.
You can't name any of their players. They play in a 1920s-era ballpark with no ads or billboards. They play in kilts, stilts, and stilettos. They even have an all-grandma dance team: the Banana Nanas.
Everything the Bananas do is unconventional. It shouldn’t work.
And yet they sell out every game, have a waitlist in the thousands, ship merchandise around the globe, and entertain millions of followers on social media.
ESPN calls the Bananas “the greatest show in baseball.”
How is this even possible?
Two words: Fans First.
Packed with behind-the-peel stories, hard-earned lessons, and a few other surprises, Fans First teaches you how to stand out in your marketplace, drive explosive growth, and inspire fanatical loyalty.
If this all sounds bananas, that’s the point. Normal leaders read normal books and get normal results. But if you’re ready to change the game, break the rules, and create your own unforgettable team, then it’s time to go Fans First.
About the Author:
Jesse Cole is a fanatic about fandom. In 2016, he founded Fans First Entertainment and launched the Savannah Bananas baseball team with one mission: to spark a fan-focused movement.
Whether at the ballpark, on social media, onstage delivering keynotes, in features for ESPN and Entrepreneur, or in his first book, Find Your Yellow Tux, Jesse continues to create fans all over the world.
Jesse is the proud inventor of Banana Ball and Dolce & Banana underwear and not-so-proud promoter of the Human Horse Race and Flatulence Fun Night.
He’s a raving fan of his wife Emily, his kids, and peerless promoters like Walt Disney, PT Barnum, and Bill Veeck.
Jesse owns seven yellow tuxedos.
And, interesting facts – as a baseball player he pitched no-hitters, he hit three home runs, and he even got to pitch at Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox.
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