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The Odd Pro and Game Show Connection partner to offer networking and entertainment opportunities on an innovative new platform
Las Vegas, Nevada May 18, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Little can beat the thrill of participating in a game show in the vast entertainment world.
And now, thanks to the recently launched The Odd Pro, that experience can be found online anytime as part of their exclusive $25 per month subscription service.
“The world’s first Professional Cousin Service, The Odd Pro, has teamed up with the Game Show Connection to bring you an incredible weekly networking event that will leave users breathless,” said founder and CEO of the self-titled Professional Cousin Service, Emery M. McClendon, Esq. “This unparalleled partnership offers members exclusive access to a luxurious world where sophistication, opulence, and unlimited possibility is the norm.”
But he said the Game Show Connection service is only a small part of the benefits members receive from the platform.
“Members will also have the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals through group therapy sessions and live game show nights that are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat while making those all-important connections with like-minded individuals that want to make the most out of every opportunity,” McClendon said. “And for just $25 a month, members get over $1000 in monthly savings and discounts on travel, dining, luxury retail, and more.”
“In short, The Odd Pro is committed to delivering everything that you’d expect from your favorite cousin – including live mentoring events, correspondence services, life tools, and resources,” he said.
“The partnership with Game Show Connection is just the latest example of The Odd Pro’s devotion to providing members with captivating and thought-provoking entertainment, carefully crafted by their experts to ensure an endless array of thrilling drama and hilarious comedy to fit every mood and occasion,” McClendon said.
In addition to the exciting weekly events and access to exclusive resources, The Odd Pro and Game Show Connection also offers members a chance to win cash giveaways during live game show nights.
These games are designed exclusively for members, providing a unique and exciting opportunity to engage with peers in a fun and interactive setting where they can connect with like-minded individuals.
“According to a recent survey, 90% of respondents reported that they would be more likely to attend a virtual event if it was fun and engaging,” McClendon said. “Additionally, 82% of respondents said they would be more likely to make meaningful connections at a virtual event with interactive elements.”
“Virtual events incorporating elements of fun and entertainment not only help to break the monotony of typical virtual meetings but also provide an opportunity for attendees to relax and connect on a personal level. This can lead to more meaningful conversations and stronger business relationships.”
“Whether you’re looking to build new business relationships or strengthen existing ones, virtual events incorporating fun and engaging elements can be a powerful tool for success. Business professionals can build relationships long after the event by creating an environment that encourages interaction and connection with The Odd Pro.”
“Networking and entertainment should go hand in hand,” McClendon said. “And so The Odd Pro allows members to connect with others while enjoying high-quality entertainment. Our partnership with the Game Show Connection embodies this principle, giving members a unique opportunity to expand their network and have fun doing it.”
For more information about The Odd Pro, visit their official website, theoddpro.com.
Emery M. McClendon, Esq., President and CEO The Odd Pro
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