For the Love of Ballparks, Baseball and Breweries with Vicki Sohn
For the Love of Ballparks, Baseball and Breweries with Vicki Sohn
All this talk of Globe Life Park and the farewell tour got us talking about ballparks. Have you dreamed of checking great American baseball ballparks off your bucket list? Me too, and we aren’t alone.
In this episode of Hustle and Pro, we talk to Vicki Sohn, who has quite a list of ballparks and breweries pinned on her wall.
As the friendly face who greets you at the front office of the Frisco RoughRiders, Vicki has stories going back to day one at the ballpark in Frisco, including getting to meet one of her favorites – Pudge.
Vicki and her husband have 26 ballparks pinned on their wall, and, of course, there are more in their sights. This love of ballparks started as a way to visit ballparks and breweries on family vacations when her kids were little.
We talk through Vicki’s list and then some, including what’s going on in Arlington. Join our ballpark chat and add some to your own bucket list!
- [:40] Quick hits with Vicki Sohn
- [3:00] Vicki’s Ballpark List Story
- [6:30] Fenway, Comerica, Camden Yards, Anaheim, Wrigley / Jelly Belly, and more
- [10:30] Ballparks long gone: Astrodome, Shea Stadium, Candlestick and more
- [14:00] Minor league ballparks
- [17:10] Arlington Stadium and Globe Life Park Memories
- [21:00] Dr Pepper Ballpark Favorites and Memories
Resources within this episode:
- Frisco RoughRiders: Website | Dr Pepper Ballpark
- Texas Rangers: Website
- Ballparks of Baseball Website
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Transcript (machine created):
This is Hustle and Pro with Kelly Walker. Join Kelly as she talk sports with players, coaches, organizers and entrepreneurs from Peewee league to Pro. Now here’s your host, Kelly Walker.
Kelly: Welcome to Hustle and Pro. All this talk lately about Globe Life Park got me thinking about ballparks. I was talking to some of my friends over at the Roughriders and I found out that one of their own is a bit of a ballpark junkie and has some cool stories. So I had to have her on here. So welcome Vicki.
Vicki: Thank you so much for inviting me.
Kelly: Yes, I’m glad to have you. I’m excited to hear about your ballpark adventures and some lists that you have built. But first let’s get to know you a little bit. So who is your favorite athlete?
Vicki: Well, has to be Pudge.
Kelly: I love Pudge.
Vicki: Yes. And I’ve, I’ve been very lucky that when he comes to the Roughriders, um, I’ve had the chance to, you know, chit chat with him a little bit, got to meet his brother last time, um, or the last year, one of the last times he came. Um, he had his golf clubs in his trunk of his car and he asked me if, if he would bring them in, if I’d watch them for him. So I said sure. And of course I had to take a little peak and they all have number seven, um, and Pudge written on each, you know, grade and each golf clubs. That was cool. Yeah, he is definitely my favorite. And now I’ve got to get back to Cooperstown to see his black.
Kelly: He’s a good one to be a favorite. I would love to play around of golf with old Pudge. That’d be fun. Who’s your favorite team?
Vicki: Oh, well it has to be, I mean, it’s gotta be the Rangers, you know, growing up. Um, I’m from New York and um, my family, um, big Mets fans, my husband also from New York, big Yankee fan. And I think that’s part of why I think this kind of fueled the fire. So growing up, definitely a Mets fan, but now, um, we’ve lived here in Texas long enough that we are die hard Ranger fans.
Kelly: Sure. And you are affiliated with the Rangers’ Frisco team here, the Roughriders we should say. We’ll talk more about that too. But the Rangers are my team too. What’s your favorite sport to play? Are you a sports person that plays sports?
Vicki: Uh, does walking count as a sport?
Kelly: Ha. Um, it can. I took Walking in college.
Vicki: There you go. Okay. Well, um, back in college I actually was on several bowling teams. I was a fair bowler, but I haven’t done that in years.
Kelly: Yeah, bowling counts.
Vicki: Okay, good. Well then we’ll say bowling.
Kelly: How about the farthest distance that you’ve traveled to watch sports?
Vicki: Well, I would say, by plane it would be the Seattle Mariners and by car it would be the Angels, California.
Kelly: Okay. That’s gonna come up on our list then. So ballparks, so let’s talk about this. Tell me what’s behind, you know why Jennifer says, Oh, go talk to Vicki about ballparks. Why Vicki?
Vicki: Well, I’ve been to, I made a list. I’ve been to 21 ballparks and um, and that’s just major league. I’ve been to several, you know, minor league, but 21 ballparks and actually my husband’s been to five more than that. Um, he’s been to 26. So now let me qualify that by saying some of these were the older ballparks, like I’ve been to the old Yankee, I haven’t been to the new, you know, so.
Kelly: When like, when did this come about? When did you start sort of making this, this mental list of parks to visit?
Vicki: Well, um, we would, every year we would take our daughters, would go on vacation and the vacation was not complete if we didn’t do two things. One was to go on a brewery tour and the other was to go to a ballpark.
Vicki: We just, you know, we just enjoyed it so much and um, we just said, you know, this is fun. They’re all so unique. They’re all so different. I mean, they’re the same but different. I mean, they all have, you know, their thing,
Kelly: Right. Personalities.
Vicki: But they all have, you know, you know, regional food, um, the different mascots, the different music. It’s just every one is just so different and it’s just cause we love baseball we just decided, well let’s just try to go to all of them. Um, so we’ve got at home we’ve got, um, my husband went to a teachers store and bought a map of the United States glued it on like a bulletin board, put a little frame around it. And every time we go to a ballpark, he buys a lapel pin and we stick it in the appropriate place.
Kelly: Oh, that’s cool
Vicki: It’s hanging there.
Kelly: So you have a visual representation.
Vicki: We do.
Kelly: So when you said that started like with family vacations, like when are we talking? Like how long was it?
Vicki: You know, it’s probably been, let’s see, at least 20 years.
Kelly: I was gonna say your kids are grown. So I mean, it’s probably been 20 something years, right?
Vicki: Right. And you know, it used to be easier because the ballparks were closer. Now we’re having to go further and further away. So, um, you know, we tried to get to one a year, um, and we try to go when the Rangers are playing if it works out. Sometimes it doesn’t work out, sometimes it does. So, so I’ve got really four more. Well I’ve got, we haven’t been to the Dodgers, we haven’t been to the Oakland athletics and the two in Florida, the Marlin’s and Tampa Bay. So we’ve got to get, we want to go to all of them.
Kelly: I mean, obviously there’s probably more that you have.
Vicki: Well, and then yes, there’s a few like I said that my husband’s been to that I haven’t, but I need to get there as well.
Kelly: And I mean this list can always, this list is never gonna end because they’re building new ballparks.
Vicki: Exactly. There’s new ones coming.
Kelly: Obviously we have a new one coming, but a couple other markets, I think there’s two or three in the works right now. Yeah. So your list, your job will never be done.
Vicki: It could never be done. That would be fine.
Kelly: So, okay, so let’s get to the list. Um, you said there are 21 that you have checked off your list, right. Okay. So when I think of ballparks and some of the most popular ones, now let me also say that I’m not a ballpark expert. I want to, my husband and I want to do a kind of a ballpark tour when we retire and get to go and travel and do that. I think that’d be so fun. But as of now, I’ve really not seen but a few. In my years of business travel in the corporate world, I did get to go to a few towns that had them and got to go check them out while I was there. But my list is not anywhere near yours. But when I think of them, so I think of like Fenway. Is Fenway somewhere you have been?
Vicki: Yes, yes. And almost got hit by a foul ball. Okay. In way. Yes. Um, we went with friends and he had just come back with beers and the ball came and I went ah and the beer went all over. So that’s my memory of Fenway. It was, it was a close call.
Kelly: But it’s not a fun baseball game till somebody spills their beer, right? What about Comerica in Detroit?
Kelly: You’ve been there ?
Vicki: Yes they have a beautiful carousel when you come into the ballpark That’s a cool ballpark.
Kelly: Yes, I’ve been outside of it, stayed near it. I used to work with a client right near there, so I got to stay there and at least see it from my hotel. I think that was as close as I got to that one. What about Camden Yard?
Vicki: Yes, that’s actually one of my favorites.
Kelly: Oh really?
Vicki: Well, I just liked the way they incorporated the old with the new, you know.
Kelly: That part of the country is just beautiful anyways. Anaheim Angels? I think you said that.
Vicki: Yes, that was, yeah, that’s where they have the screaming monkey.
Kelly: Oh, okay. What’s that?
Vicki: Um, well there’s this little, um, mascot monkey thing that they had on the, on the big jumbo Tron, and it starts this howling, screaming. And I thought I was scared to death. I had no idea. And people have these little, um, you know, Steph monkeys that they’re holding.
Kelly: Oh like one of their, their things and their little gimmicks or something. And it scared you.
Vicki: To death.
Kelly: Well, note to everyone then if you, if you go watch the Angels screaming monkey. Yeah. What about Chicago Wrigley?
Vicki: Well, I had not been to, I went to the white Sox. I’ve been to that stadium. Wrigley, no, that’s one of the ones. So yeah, so Wrigley, we, my husband was only able to get a few tickets with our brother-in-law and another friend. So they went to the ballgame. I was not able to go. So I took the girls to the jelly belly factory tour, which was a lot of fun. But no Wrigley, yes.
Kelly: Well, did anything like anything notable happen? And I mean it would’ve been the worst if you get cut out of the Wrigley game and then they like catch a home ball or something fantastic.
Vicki: I don’t think anything happened. I didn’t miss anything.
Kelly: Yeah, just the chance to go. I have yet to, I would love to go there. I have seen it. I used to do Chicago travel quite a bit, so I’ve at least seen it, but I want to go in and watch something happen in there. What about watching the Yankees? I think you mentioned that you’ve been to only the old.
Vicki: Only the, I haven’t been to the new yet, so we definitely need to get back. Um, and I, the day that we went, they weren’t actually playing, um, the Red Sox. So that was kind of exciting.
Kelly: Yeah. Oh yeah. Great. That was, that’s a fun game. I’m sure that was fun. So you went to the old one. So that was before 2008. I think that was up till about then. You haven’t been back to see the new one. I don’t know much about the new one.
Vicki: Yeah, it’s so sad. I’m from New York, but I don’t get there as often as I’d like.
Kelly: Um, what about Bush stadium in St Louis?
Vicki: Yes I’ve been to the old and the new. Um, the last time I went to Bush, um, my, before I retired, I worked for Bank of America and they had a suite right behind home plate and I got to go with the bank and a client and we sat in the suite and it was unlimited food and beer. And so that’s the way we do. If I go back, I don’t know if I’m going to be able to sit in a regular seat.
Kelly: You’ve been spoiled big time. Um, then what about Denver? I think it’s Coors Field?
Vicki: I’ve been to the old, not to the new one. My husband’s been to the new, but I didn’t have the chance to do that, but been to the old and that was a while ago.
Kelly: And then, so you’ve, you’ve mentioned that a few times you’d been to the old but not the new, so then there’s some old ones I was thinking of, and I’m curious about. Some of these are long gone obviously, but like the Astrodome. It’s still there.
Vicki: Um, I don’t think I’ve been to a game in the Astrodome. I’ve been to the new, but I don’t know if I’ve ever been truly, I don’t remember. Um, I went to, um, let’s see, uh, up into Shea stadium.
Kelly: Shea. Okay. Yeah. I was gonna ask you about that because of your Mets. And that’s city now?
Kelly: Okay. City. So is it field or park or, well think there might be one of each, so they might be saying the wrong, I’m gonna say field. Okay, let’s go for that. I don’t know.
Vicki: I don’t know.
Kelly: City Park might be a football venue now that I think, I dunno. I, like I said, I’m not the expert in the tour of ballparks. I just want to go check them out. But you went to Shea? You’ve been to Shea to watch the Mets play and that one’s gone?
Vicki: Yes. It’s gone. It’s gone.
Kelly: But Candlestick was there till 2015. Did you ever make it there?
Vicki: Oh, we did. We went to Candlestick and as a matter of fact, we went, it was, it was in May. And so my husband, I went up to the ticket window and he said to the lady behind the ticket booth, he said, you know, we’ve never been here. He said, what’s, you know, where’s a good seat to sit? And she said, sitting home on your couch watching it on channel five. I’m like, Oh no. It was a great, it was a great experience. It was cold. The wind came whipping off. They actually, they sold more hot chocolate than beer. It was cold!
Kelly: Did you say it was May?
Vicki: It was May.
Kelly: Why did the lady say go home?
Vicki: No, but anyway, we didn’t go home.
Kelly: I don’t think the Roughriders ever told somebody to go watch it at home. That’s crazy. I would have been like, lady, you’re crazy. But I would, yeah, I would’ve loved to have gone there. I was looking up some info and Ebbets Field came up about old ballparks and I was looking at the story. It was demolished in 1960 but it was the first baseball ballpark made of steel and concrete and I learned why. All the old, old, old of course ballparks caught on fire. And I mean, now when you think of ballparks, like that’s what it is, right. It’s steel.
Vicki: Exactly. That’s what for the Savannah Sandgnats, that was the one that was the, that’s a
minor league. Okay. Very old. Very wooden. And um, that was the game that I went to. Um, that might, I mentioned to you earlier where it was um, packed with kids and it was like the DARE program.
Kelly: Oh, yup. Yup. I’ve seen those days here at the Roughriders where our buses unload, the whole school gets out and watch the game.
Vicki: You know the kids all left maybe seventh inning. And, um, there was literally maybe 12 of us left in the stadium and my sister tried to start the wave well, 12 of us, you know, scattered around the stadium.
Kelly: That’s cute. That’s funny.
Vicki: Yeah, that was, that was wood. And you had to watch for splinters. Very old. I don’t think it’s there anymore.
Kelly: I was going to say, that seems, that seems strange for nowadays. I mean with all the advancements in comfort that everybody has. So you mentioned the minor leagues. Are there any other minor league ballparks? I mean, I’m going to talk about here in Frisco in a minute, but any other minor league ballparks that stand out to you that you’ve been to?
Vicki: Um, yeah, I’ve been down to see the Corpus Christi folks. That’s a beautiful stadium. Oh. maybe two years ago we went, um, on vacation, we were hitting someplace and we stopped in Wichita, Kansas and we saw the Wichita Wingnuts. That was interesting. All the folks the ushers and whatever, they had baseball caps on that had little little wing nuts on top of your cap. So yeah, that was interesting. And that was like a concrete stadium. Very, very old, right. Uh, smack in the middle of Wichita, Kansas.
Kelly: Huh. I’ve heard of that team name. And speaking of, I love minor league team names and mascots. I mean, only a handful come through here we only get to see, but like my favorite I guess this past season – The Sod Poodles. Yes, man, that’s a fun one. It’s just a fun different, like everybody’s like, what is that? Nobody knows. I don’t know. But it’s fun to say. My kids like saying, my son only says sod puddles. Like it’s not, it’s not puddle. It’s a poodle. I think it’s a poodle. I don’t know. But I love minor league ballpark names. Okay. So I was going to ask you though, what’s left on your list? I think you mentioned a few.
Vicki: Well, okay, so I, I the two in Florida, I have to go to Miami and Tampa, um, the, uh, Oakland and the Dodgers and then the ones that my husband has been to that I haven’t been, I still need to get to go to Wrigley, uh, the Reds, the Pirates, Toronto, and then the Milwaukee Brewers. So I haven’t been there. So I’ve, I’m really have, um, got to feel that I need to go to which will make all of them. But again, that’s still the, I have to go to some of the new ones. Right. And only been to the old. So that’s, that’s another, a bucket list.
Kelly: There’s one being built right now. I’m not sure I can remember the city right this second that has, um, it’s actually not like a huge attendance count, you know, capacity. But it’s, um, there’s a grassy, like a top layer, like a lawn top layer where they’ve put kind of on the top deck above it. It’s like capped with lawn seating. That’s, I was looking at the rendering and it’s completely unique and it looks like they’re developing the area around it to where there’s hotels that are going to come up and around the like first and third to where it looks like in the renderings that if you’re in the hotel you can watch the game. Because it’s kinda like at the embassy suites it here in Frisco, but like it was almost like a triangle hotel that kinda wrapped around the corners of the ballpark on each side. I don’t know. I mean, renderings are one thing and you should see how it turns out in real life. But I was like, well, that’s kind of neat. Very cool. I know. I want to say, I want to say Oakland, like I feel like it might be an athletics thing.
Vicki: And that’s what I say. That’s what makes it so great is that they’re all so different, you know, they’re also unique and um, you know, it’s just, it’s just so much fun.
Kelly: Yes. So I want to ask you, how much time did you spend at baseball games in Arlington at Globe Life Park or the previous, I don’t know if you lived here when it was Arlington Stadium.
Vicki: We’ve been, you know, the fact that we have the Roughriders here now, we, we go to many Roughrider games and of course I worked there. Um, so we’ve been to games, we didn’t get to any of this year. I had tickets for one game and it was an afternoon game and it was a bazillion degrees and my husband and I were like, ya know, nope.
Kelly: That right therein lies the reason that’s no longer going to be the place.
Vicki: And, um, I, you know, we would maybe go to two a year. Yeah. And that’s not enough, but it’s just, it just so much more convenient to go to the Roughriders.
Kelly: Oh, I hear ya.
Vicki: Most of those players, you know, um, it’s just so neat to see them, um, move up to the Rangers and, uh, you know, when I watched the Rangers on TV, I’m like, oh I know him. Right? I mean, not know them, but yeah, sorta you can count that.
Kelly: Yeah, you do! Sure, you can count that. I’m the same way. We’re on a good year. We’ve gone to two, maybe a playoff game also when that as available. Um, but yeah, we’re normally only out there for a traditional, um, birthday weekend celebration and, and that, that’s kinda been at some times, but I love memories, um, that my family has gotten to make an Arlington. Um, and then I was kinda too little to remember a lot of Arlington stadium memories, but I know, I know we were there. It was, um, from a few hours away from Waco. And so kind of our family, you know, everybody made good grades or whatever we’re celebrating thing is like, let’s come up here and go to Six Flags and or a game or whatever. And um, my dad was a huge Rangers fan and my dad was my sister and my softball coach growing up. So it was a big thing for us to come watch the Rangers and um, that like my dad passed away the same year that Arlington stadium was demolished and done. So it was kinda, it was, it was several months later, you know, all these ballparks there, their lifespan ends like pretty much September, October is usually if they’re going to be imploded or whatever.
Kelly: Um, so I have memories of, of, you know, for that reason, the stadium and then for Globe Life Park, it’s sort of because of my kids, taking my kids there. So we started taking my kids there. Um, I remember Jack was like, well he was four weeks old, so we did not take him, but I, I went, which was like one of my first outings, you know, you know when you get to leave the house and like be, um, a regular person in society again after having a baby. Um, but we got to go to an amazing playoff game there and see Arod strike out. And I remember where we were sitting and everything. So, um, my, my husband and I have made great memories at Globe Life Park, so I’m excited. I was kind of bitter about the move to Globe Life Field for a little. I mean, I just think, do we need to do that?
Vicki: I know.
Kelly: But I get it. The heat, I get it. I’m used to heat, I’m a Roughriders fan and FC Dallas fan. I’ll sit through any weather. But now that I’m like seeing these renderings and these videos and it’s like they’re pumping us up, I’m like, okay, that’ll be, that’ll be cool. It’ll be, I’ll, I’m buying into it. I’ll go out there. Of course. Um, but so only going out to Arlington a few times a year. I’ve made so many more memories at ballparks here in Frisco because I mean, we’ve lived here now nine years and I think we got our season tickets pretty much right away. I think we’re in year eight, maybe even year nine, but, I mean, we hit usually in the 15 to 20 range, I guess, of games, which some people think that’s a lot, but then there’s people to go to every game. Yep. I do not have the luxury of, you know, free time at my, um, to, to be able to spare, to go sit there every game. I would love to be able to do that, but life is not, um, that’s not real for my life right now. But I love the ballpark because it’s small, but yet it’s with the grass out in the outfield, you can jam people in there. You can walk in for a few bucks if you just want to go in and see what’s going on in there. I think the, the, um, the lazy river is cool. I’ve only used it once. I’m scared to death that I’m going to be the person that’s like in my bathing suit swimming and ends up on the jumbotron. So I like don’t do it. I’ve only used it non during non-game times when we get to go play as season ticket holders. But I think it’s a really cool feature. Um, there’s just so many clear little things about it. And besides the staff, I mean it’s the people that make it cool for my family. But what do you, what you know, what do you think of when you think of Dr Pepper Ballpark?
Vicki: Oh my goodness. Well, we did go to opening game back in 2003 Oh like opening, opening, opening first game ever. You know, to think then, you know, 12 years later whenever that I would actually be working there. I mean, it’s, it’s just so much fun. I mean, it’s, you know, retired from my real job and this opportunity, you know, opened up and I’m like, this is just, this is perfect. I mean, I’m, I love baseball and it’s just perfect. So what I think about it, um, we’ve had, um, you know, family outings there when my daughter graduated from high school, we had a bunch of family coming from out of town and we all went. And, um, it, it’s just so many memories and it’s just such a, it’s such a fun place. Um, when I look at it, it almost looks to me almost like, like, like Disneyland, you know, it’s, it’s like Main Street, Disneyland.
Vicki: It’s just, I just love it. I really do. And, um, you know, my, my grandkids all came. Um, we went, everybody came and when they ran the bases, they had so much fun. I mean, something as simple as that, that they let the kids do that. Um, they just, they had a ball Deuce and Daisy. Oh my God. My granddaughter loves Deuce the mascot. Oh my God.
Kelly: And to have four or five at least, right. I mean, because there’s Bull Moose, Teddy Bear and then,
Vicki: yeah, Deuce and Daisy.
Kelly: Bull moose has some dance moves. I’m just gonna tell ya. He is really good, man. Yeah. We always enjoy him, but the other mascots, I forgot about that.
Vicki: And Brooks, Oh my God.
Kelly: Oh yes, the dog.
Vicki: Oh my gosh. My, my grandkids just, they just love Brooks to death and I mean, I think that is so cool. And he comes to work every day.
Kelly: We did bark in the park. Oh, that’s so cool. Several times a year you can bring your pups to the park. Was always a little scared to do that. But we did it this season and it went great. Yeah, I was shocked at the amount, there’s a lot of dogs that were sitting within a few seats of us that we didn’t even know because they were quiet. Everybody. It sounds like mayhem, but it was completely chill.
Vicki: And I think you know if your dog can handle it. So, but yeah, that’s, that’s a big um, crowd pleaser.
Kelly: That was fun I guess because we’re there so much and it’s, we’re there much more than just baseball games, you know, they have so many things going on that, um, my kids are so comfortable there and I’m so comfortable there. We kind of know our paths and we know exactly where we’re parking and we go to JC penny club and eat and we have our routine down. I mean, it’s funny, we’re almost in the same spot in the same place every time the National Anthem comes on because we’re just like clockwork. The way we, the way we do it and where we want to be at different times. But then you’re right, like when we take friends with us just to kind of remind us like how much kids or parents or whoever, if they don’t get to go very often, the little things that they notice, the mascots, like you said, in running the bases and just like the foods and the ice cream and getting a hot dog or corny dog or all the things that they’re looking for too. It’s really cool to see that. And to bring other people to the ballpark. Yeah. This season we did a, um, hot dog count. I’m not a hot dog eater anymore. I used to be, but I’ve, I have changed the way that I eat this past year.
Kelly: And so I don’t, I don’t eat hot dogs anymore, but we did a hot dog count with my husband and my son because that’s kind of like Jack’s thing, get to the ballpark and eat a hot dog or two or three, whatever he can eat. And so, um, we got up to 30, he finished his 30th baseball season hotdog at the final Rangers game. So we were counting like any baseball game we were at. So, yup. 30, hit 30.
Vicki: That’s a lot of hotdogs.
Kelly: It was just a fun thing to do though. Just kind of a silly fun thing. I’m sure people are like, that’s, that’s weird. But yeah, Ballpark. Ballpark, you know, and hotdogs go together. They go together and beer. I think the brewery thing you did is cool. That’s a neat twist to it too.
Vicki: Yeah, we always tried to go on a brewery tour and uh, and a ballpark.
Kelly: I love that. Well you just keep working at Roughriders for a few more years and when you’re done, hand your job over to me. I’ll sit and be the front desk gatekeeper and then I’ll get to have time to go check out.
Vicki: Questions I get are just, they, it’s, it’s fun.
Kelly: You get to see it all. You get to see everybody come through the doors.
Vicki: And you never know who’s going to walk through that door. You really never know.
Kelly: I was there with you the other day and one of the guys from The Ticket radio station came in because they had an event coming up and they were coming to set up or scope or whatever and I didn’t, you know, fan out or anything, but I listen to The Ticket every day and so I just heard the voice and I was like, Oh, I know who that is. Yeah, it’s just fun. All the people you get to see walk through there.
Vicki: It’s a lot of fun.
Kelly: Very cool. Well, I know that you left there to come over here and record with us, so I’ll let you get back to it, but thank you for taking time out of your day.
Vicki: Yeah, this was fun.
Kelly: Yeah, it was.
Vicki: And it’ll be April before we know it and the season will start again.
Kelly: It will, it will be here before you know it. So thank you for listening to Hustle and Pro today. And remember to subscribe. We are on iTunes and Google Play and Spotify and most places that you can find a podcast. So subscribe and we will see you next time.