GeoGearHeads Podcast 127 featuring Munzee
In case you missed it, last Thursday the guys over at GeoGearHeads were gracious enough to invite President Rob Vardeman for an update on all things Munzee.
-Rob introduced a slew of updates on some of our newer Munzees including:
- Motel Munzees, where players can lease capture locations and receive a cut of up to five players’ deploys
- Mystery Munzees that give anywhere from 5-50 capture points.
- Rovers that can travel with you or without you, all across the world.
- The new Blast Capture tool, which allows players to capture up to 100 Munzees in a one mile radius.
- Colored Munzees, to add to the artistry of virtual gardens that continue to pop up around the world.
-He expanded on the integration of the Fitbit technology and hopes Munzee can give players even more of a purpose when getting out into the world and capturing. In connection to the fitness aspect of Munzee, Rob also hopes to bring back Munzee apparel that players can buy and possibly even including more active wear options.
-Munzee is also proud to announce that players with a Pebble Smartwatch will be able to download the Munzee companion app which notifies you of nearby Munzees and can display socials as well as Fitbit stats. The app is available for Android users now and should be available to iPhone users any day.
-An update on all of the philanthropic work Munzee has done over the past year, including our donation of $25,000 to the Ronald McDonald House of Spokane, WA late this month.
-Finally, Rob gave a look into the Munzee events over the next few months including an Oktoberfest celebration in McKinney, TX, the #MunzeeSummer campaign and the creation of our Copa Do Munzo international football tournament connection as well. By visiting Munzee.com/football players will be able to choose which country they think the will win the World Cup in Brazil and can earn special points as their team advances.
Keep checking in on our various social media aspects for updates on everything Munzee and thanks again to the GeoGearHeads for reaching out to us.