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The National Sports Collectors Convention is expanding their Social Media efforts, launching a Twitter page (@natsportsshow).
“We recognize Twitter to be an extremely valuable on-line communications platform,” said Mike Berkus, Founder, National Sports Collectors Convention. “The ability to provide NSCC Twitter up-dates, post links and engage with our fans, collectors, athletes and exhibitors instantaneously, worldwide, compliments our mainstream marketing efforts.”
The 33rd National Sports Collectors Convention is scheduled at the Baltimore Convention Center, August 1-5.
To promote the Twitter account, show officials are giving away a Derek Jeter autographed bat. To enter, just follow the National on Twitter. The contest will end on July 30 and the winner will be Tweeted.
General Admission Tickets and VIP Packages (which provide 12 or 18 free VIP autographs, an exclusive gift package, a VIP Reception on Wednesday afternoon and early admission to the show each day) are currently on sale on the National’s web site at www.NSCCShow.com
A limited number of exhibit booths are still available. Contact Megan in the National Office at 732-735-6683 or email .
To follow Sports Collectors Daily on Twitter, go here.
Have you signed up for our newsletter yet? Hurry if you want to get in on the prize drawing. We’re giving away two Panini Black Boxes (selling on eBay for $300-400 right now), a signed, authenticated 8×10 of Magic Johnson, an autographed Chris Pronger puck with case, and several vintage high grade cards including a PSA 10 1973 Kellogg’s Lou Brock, a 1975 SSPC Hank Aaron PSA 10, 1969 MLB Photostamps Al Kaline PSA 9, a 1968 Topps Ernie Banks PSA 7, 1967 Topps Bill Mazeroski PSA 7, and a PSA 9 1976-77 Topps Bill Walton.
Click the link in the upper left to get on our list. The drawing is this week!