Man can not live by baseball cards alone.
Finding enough customers to stay in business is a challenge in any field.
Some Virginia baseball card shop owners say the public perception that cards aren’t cool isn’t helping matters, nor is the glut of products that spoiled things for some collectors and investors who got into the hobby in the 1980s and early 90s. Today’s dizzying variety of entertainment options and sports on TV is also competing with cardboard.
Selling baseball cards for a living sounds like a good idea, but they have some advice for you: Carry a wide variety of products if you want to survive.
$200 minimum purchase required.