You’re liable to find more than one Goldinger family member helping out at Swamilee’s Sportscards–and if you come on a certain Sunday, they’ll feed you too.
Rich Klein catches up with Warren Wolk, whose All-Star Collectibles is a long-running hobby success story–but it’s not all they sell.
A reader’s question has Rich K listing a few things to keep in mind before opening a sports card shop.
Gone far too soon, Tony Gwynn was a hometown boy made good and in San Diego, fans have come to local shops looking to bring home a memory.
No beer, but you might feel like you’ve walked into really nice Cheers when you enter a new Omaha sports card shop.
One of the hobby’s biggest buyers and sellers gets back in the retail store game this spring. Baseball Card Exchange now has a date for its opening which will feature a pro doing the national anthem, a Hockey Hall of Famer and more.
The hours are long but Kendall Loyd of Orlando Sportscards doesn’t regret trading in his stockbroker suit to sell cards.
How do avoid your sports card shop business turning stale? Rich Klein has a few ideas.
Kids who grew up in the 1990’s are now bringing their kids into this sports card shop, which has survived the industry’s ups and downs.
The near set of 1915 Cracker Jack cards found 34 years ago at a farm auction for $15 is sold for a lot more; a new sports card store opens and we have video and hobby veteran Terry Melia is back in the game as PR man for Leaf.
From one man’s card collection has grown three Chicago area sports card and memorabilia shops.