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Schulte Gets Two Year-Deal for NSCC Publicity

Schulte Sports, Inc., has been retained by The National Sports Collectors Convention to spearhead public relations initiatives for their Chicago 2011 and Baltimore 2012 shows.

The 32nd annual National Sports Collectors Convention will be held, in Chicago, at the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center, August 3 – 7, 2011 while the 33rd annual show will be held, in Baltimore, at the Baltimore Convention Center, 2012.

“Schulte Sports was honored to oversee The National Sports Collectors Convention’s public relations for Baltimore 2010 and now look forward to Chicago 2011 and a return to Baltimore in 2012,” said company president Ray Schulte, who also runs Schulte Auctions.

The five-day event is the largest collectibles show in the country, with dealers from all over the country exhibiting, including vintage and new cards, game-used and vintage memorabilia dealers, major trading card manufacturers, the top grading services companies and auction houses, not to mention Hall of Fame and current superstar athletes from every sport signing autographs.

“Ray Schulte and his team did an outstanding job creating and maximizing public relation opportunities and relationships with local and national media for the Baltimore show, said Mike Berkus, Co-Founder The National Sports Collectors Convention.  “We are excited to have the opportunity to work with Ray and his team for the next two years.”

For more information concerning The National Sports Collectors Convention please visit their website www.nsccshow.com for news and up-dates concerning latest player signature up-dates, corporate sponsored promotions and ticket information (on-sale starting March 1st).

Schulte Sports, Inc., a full-service sports marketing and public relations agency, today announced that it has been retained by The National Sports Collectors Convention, the nation’s premier showcase event for the sports and entertainment collectibles industry, to spearhead public relations initiatives for their Chicago 2011and Baltimore 2012 shows.


The 32nd annual National Sports Collectors Convention will be held, in Chicago, at the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center, August 3 – 7, 2011 while the 33rd annual show will be held, in Baltimore, at the Baltimore Convention Center, 2012.


“Schulte Sports was honored to oversee The National Sports Collectors Convention’s public relations for Baltimore 2010 and now look forward to Chicago 2011 and a return to Baltimore in 2012,” said Ray Schulte – President Schulte Sports / Auctions.


The five (5) day event is the largest collectibles show in the country, with dealers from all over the country exhibiting, including vintage and new cards, game-used and vintage memorabilia dealers, major trading card manufacturers, the top grading services companies and auction houses, not to mention Hall of Fame and current superstar athletes from every sport signing autographs at the TriStar Autograph Pavilion.


“Ray Schulte and his team did an outstanding job creating and maximizing public relation opportunities and relationships with local and national media for the Baltimore show, said Mike Berkus, Co-Founder The National Sports Collectors Convention.  “We are excited to have the opportunity to work with Ray and his team for the next two years.”


For more information concerning The National Sports Collectors Convention please visit their website www.nsccshow.com for news and up-dates concerning latest player signature up-dates, corporate sponsored promotions and ticket information (on-sale starting March 1st).

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