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  1. #11
    I got robert gallery using sportsagentblog and checking out variuos sites listed on there...others tried after me and didn't recieve anything so it's probably pretty hit or miss...this was about 3 years ago I sent out about 50 and Gallery is the only one I got back...but I just focus on Raiders players.

  2. #12
    I've made contact with Maria Sharapova's agent through IMG's website. She promised me a signed photo when Maria comes back states side from the French Open
    Please check my inventory before my photobucket!!! It's more up to date!!!
    Looking for LPGA GOLFERS ​and BUFFALO SABRES
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    Top Want: 2012 Leaf Metal Anna Nordqvist Award Winners Prism Gold 1/1

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by BlueJaysRock View Post
    That awkward moment when you e-mail an agent and they ask who are you and how did you get their e-mail which is on the official site?

    HAHAH that had to me with Big Ben when I was trying to request a fan pack

  4. #14
    IMG is pretty good with helping on Tennis and Golf autos.
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    Go Mets, Colts, Reds and The Ohio State University
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  5. #15
    How do you know what players go with what agency?

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by nuronmammone View Post
    How do you know what players go with what agency?
    Research if you do not know. The TTMM would be a start to see if the player has signed via agent in the past. Should there be no listing just do a search for a players official site to see if listed under contact try using google or yahoo search. Should there be no official player site or contact page, do a search for the players name and agent. Then do a search for the agent for what company they are with. Do a search for that companies site. Look to see if the agent has a contact email listed on that companies site and go from there. It is not a simple one step process, you may have to dig a little. You may be shocked at the number of former players who have foundations or camps with contact information as well. I was able to add three former Olympic Gold Medal Soccer players with one email to one of them via a camp that they were putting on last year. Just remember that the bigger the name you are looking for the better the chances that someone has done the same and that player may have many demands on their time.
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  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by indyreds View Post
    Research if you do not know. The TTMM would be a start to see if the player has signed via agent in the past. Should there be no listing just do a search for a players official site to see if listed under contact try using google or yahoo search. Should there be no official player site or contact page, do a search for the players name and agent. Then do a search for the agent for what company they are with. Do a search for that companies site. Look to see if the agent has a contact email listed on that companies site and go from there. It is not a simple one step process, you may have to dig a little. You may be shocked at the number of former players who have foundations or camps with contact information as well. I was able to add three former Olympic Gold Medal Soccer players with one email to one of them via a camp that they were putting on last year. Just remember that the bigger the name you are looking for the better the chances that someone has done the same and that player may have many demands on their time.
    Thanks So Much. A Huge Help.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by indyreds View Post
    Research if you do not know. The TTMM would be a start to see if the player has signed via agent in the past. Should there be no listing just do a search for a players official site to see if listed under contact try using google or yahoo search. Should there be no official player site or contact page, do a search for the players name and agent. Then do a search for the agent for what company they are with. Do a search for that companies site. Look to see if the agent has a contact email listed on that companies site and go from there. It is not a simple one step process, you may have to dig a little. You may be shocked at the number of former players who have foundations or camps with contact information as well. I was able to add three former Olympic Gold Medal Soccer players with one email to one of them via a camp that they were putting on last year. Just remember that the bigger the name you are looking for the better the chances that someone has done the same and that player may have many demands on their time.
    I am a big Patriots fan and having a lot of trouble just finding the agency and email and stuff.

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