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Mascot Entertainment

Book Our Mascots

If you're looking for some great entertainment you can book our characters OR performers for a variety of fun-filled performance packages!  We serve both Central Pennsylvania and nationwide events seeking family-friendly, high quality mascot entertainment.  You can find more information on our characters below.

Do you have a suit, but no one to fill it? Keystone Mascots has a network of performers throughout the United States and Canada who are looking for gigs.  We have served as costumed characters for:

  • Nickelodeon
  • Hershey Entertainment
  • Disney
  • Sesame Workshop
  • Kellogg's
  • Isaac's Deli
  • Pinnacle Health Systems
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Museum
  • Ollie's Surplus Outlet
  • Empire Education Group

If you need a designated performer to call your own or want to build a team of performers then Keystone Mascots can help.  We can conduct a regional search for entertainers.  If needed we can also coordinate objective auditions to help you find that full-time, part-time or seasonal performer.  We can even organize street performers for you!

Contact us for more information!

Our Characters

A good company should always have a loyal mascot. Here at Keystone Mascots we have three!

They’re all available for hire to entertain at a function near you.


Boomer the Lion is top cat here at Keystone Mascots. He’s been making fans giggle with his electric personality since 2004!

When Boomer isn’t hanging out with his fellow furry friends at the ballpark or other events he can be found getting the crowds pumped up for the Lancaster Lightning.

Boomer also helped bring back the legendary Harrisburg Heat professional arena soccer team in 2013 and continues to be a fan favorite at attractions that desire a lion-dog-thingie that he is.

Boomer the Thundercat - Lancaster Lightning/Keystone Mascots

Winger the Eagle was the first mascot for the Washington Capitals. 

From 1993-1995 he rallied the Red, White and Blue fans until the team introduced a new logo and Winger handed the reins to his brother Slapshot, who has become one of the most dedicated team mascots in NHL history.

During his lean years Winger worked as a recruiting agent for mascots and finally got the call to return to the Caps in 2010 for Turn Back the Clock Night.

Winger is an avid supporter of the Capitals’ alumni as well as sportsmanship programs throughout the Central Pennsylvania region.

He is a perfect addition to any event especially those that have a patriotic or hockey theme to them.


In the springtime our Easter Bunny makes rounds in the Lancaster County area, too.