During L.A.'s Biggest Ever Weekend of Sports, STAPLES Center's Staff Creates a Behind-the-Scenes Response to the YouTube Sensation & Hit Single by Carly Rae Jepsen

by laliveinsider on Wed., May 23 at 10:00 AM
If You Have Wondered What the Staff and Media Members at STAPLES Center Do Before We Open the Doors Here is an Inside Look

LOS ANGELES (May 23, 2012) – Seen through the eyes and reports of a plethora of national and international reporters and outlets, it was an unprecedented four days of sports and entertainment in STAPLES Center and L.A. LIVE... not only for the fans of the Los Angeles Lakers, Clippers, Kings and International pro cycling but for the more than 1,750 dedicated employees who logged over 55,000 hours over the six playoff games in four days at STAPLES Center.

To view the STAPLES Center \"Call Me Maybe\" You Tube Video: http://bit.ly/SCcmmvid

In response to the hit YouTube videos by the Harvard Baseball team, the SMU Women's Rowing team and pop artists Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez among others, the staffs of STAPLES Center and Levy Restaurants, the Los Angeles Kings Ice Crew, Los Angeles Clippers Spirit, Amgen Tour of California podium girls, local and nation media members have now created their own music video to show what they did during this weekend's doubleheader conversions to pass the time before fans come inside.

Please note we are currently working with YouTube to make the video viewable on mobile and tablet devices, it is currently available to view on desktop and laptop computers.

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