The largest and longest running show in Ohio did not leave card collectors disappointed but happy they came out to the Moeller high school show in Cincinnati.
I had a chance to sit down with show promoter Steve Schell and talk about the show. Mr. Schell and associates Adam Knight and Gary Nunn see that the show they have been promoting for the last 7 years go off without a hitch. Dealers from all over the United States, and even Canada, come to this Cincinnati mainstay to sell
Another mall show has come and gone, with a great turnout on Friday and Saturday despite the excellent weather. Twelve dealers in all set up at this high traffic, tri-state mall show. There There were cards, of course, comics, t-shirts, autographed memorabilia and some toys to be had at this three day venue.
There were enough tables to go around for everyone, as well as table covers to keep your boxes and other
Well I went to the show today and met a few people as usual from the site.
and a few others
Every one but Loyall and I busted some boxes. As Ryan videotaped the following with me for the SCF Youtube channel. He had some great hits and even his bad break wasn't that bad. I will let you see the one major MOJO for yourself:
UD 2007 Baseball Sweet Spot Classics:
Alright missed a couple days.
Got my box of 08/09 Between the Pipes in the mail today, and "broke" it in the chat room.
It didn't go as well as I thought it was going to be. It had hits, just not the hits that I thought I would get.
Now onto the hits.
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Timo Peilmeier-Masked Men
Updated 04-29-2009 at 10:46 PM by zPens87z
Too many times these days we hear these words: recession, bailouts, economic stimulus package. So far, I have been lucky enough to avoid most of the economic fallout that has occurred in the last year or so (except for my 401k, which I’ve stopped checking – ignorance is bliss!) and, honestly, I’ve had some extra cash to invest into my favorite hobby – baseball cards. However, as I make my rounds to some of my favorite brick-and-mortar hobby shops, I always check in with the owner to see how business