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TriStar to Launch OBAK Football Set, Offer Promo Cards

Tristar will create its first OBAK football card set this fall and will tease it as part of a special VIP promotion for this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention.

TRISTAR OBAK Baseball 2011: History of the Game will also be debuted at the 32nd National Sports Collectors Convention. The product features players of yesterday and today.

Tristar has produced a  TRISTAR OBAK 10-card set for the National, to be given away to those who purchase the $179 VIP passes.

The company, which also produces wrestling cards,  utilizes the OBAK brand to create a variety of cards, including some featuring those who didn’t play the game but still had an impact on it.

The set  VIP ticket buyers will find in their National bags is a mix of baseball, football, wrestling and politics including:

Ken Griffey Jr

Nolan Ryan

Cap Anson

Roger Staubach

Terry Bradshaw

Gale Sayers

Ric Flair

Hulk Hogan

Stan Musial/Bob Kalsu

John F Kennedy/Gerald Ford

National VIPs will receive seven random Tristar OBAK cards from the list above in their VIP Gift bags.  To obtain the other 3 FREE cards to complete the set:

  • Purchase a hobby pack of 2011 Tristar OBAK Baseballor Tristar’s Signature Impact Wrestling cards from a show dealer
  • Open it at the designated TRISTAR Booth in the Tristar Autograph Pavilion and you can redeem each wrapper for a free card

One wrapper needed per free card. Details to be provided on site at the Tristar Booth.

Plus – stop by the TRISTAR Booth and ask about the special limited edition of 1999 32nd National Exclusive T212 Mini OBAK Card Sets.

VIP Admission Packages starting at $129 for the entire week include Free VIP Autographs, a VIP Gift Package, special VIP Reception on Wednesday August 3, early admission to show floor and more.

 

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