The second week of April was a popular one for major show promoters.
In Chantilly Virginia, CSA Shows had an expanded show floor and a large list of signers coming through the Dulles Expo center.
Luke Kuechly signing for fans today at The Chantilly Show pic.twitter.com/IZRkxCfgnw
— CSA Shows (@CSASHOWS) April 9, 2016
The Sports Card Expo in the Toronto area always brings out a huge crowd, including some passionate hockey fans and collectors.
#Bruins Legend Gerry Cheevers signing my # StanleyCup at the #SportsCardExpo thanks @AjSportsWorld pic.twitter.com/wxNiwMkqZ0
— Scott (@S_i_zz_l_e) April 10, 2016
Upper Deck, the NHL’s trading card rightsholder, had special redemption programs in place at the Expo. This season’s rookie class has brought a lot of interest to hockey cards.
Are you ready for the @sportcardexpo??? All the fun starts today at the International Centre in Toronto! pic.twitter.com/SE3Vk9rDPV
— Upper Deck (@UpperDeckSports) April 8, 2016
Making memories that will last a lifetime at the @sportcardexpo for fathers and sons! #collectconnor pic.twitter.com/mqT1jBHO1t
— Upper Deck (@UpperDeckSports) April 9, 2016
In San Francisco, TriStar’s show was heavy on Bay Area athletes past and present. We’re not sure what happened to Joe Montana’s neck but he kept his commitment.
Joe Montana signing autographs for @scom843 @realtokenasty and I at the #tristarshow
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Madison Bumgarner homered off Clayton Kershaw in the afternoon, then hustled over to the Cow Palace where he joined several teammates and manager Bruce Bochy.
Madison Bumgarner signing autographs at our #TRISTARShow in San Francisco pic.twitter.com/6VCcVUdfLh
— TRISTAR Productions (@TRISTAR1) April 10, 2016
Hall of Fame hoopster Rick Barry sported Warriors gear as he signed for fans and took part in a Q&A on Sunday.
Former @warriors Hall of Famer Rick Barry signing autographs at the @TRISTAR1 show in San Francisco. pic.twitter.com/Ks9uuuJOhr
— Ross Forman (@RossForman1) April 10, 2016