News-Antique.com - Mar 26,2010 - Cleveland: This year marks the 3rd Annual Ohio Sports Collector Convention which showcases rare Vintage Sports Cards and Memorabilia and is one of the largest hotel shows in the United States. Sponsored by Fusco Auctions and Lelands, this show takes collecting to a new level. For details, visit the show website at www.ohiosportscollector.com.
Packed with over 120 tables, corporate areas and autograph sessions by some of Sport's greatest players, this show will be a Sports Collectors playground. Dealers from 16 States and Canada will be represented. "This show is going to be the best Vintage card show in the country," says Paul Fusco, Owner of Fusco Auctions and promoter of the show. "We had a great turn-out the last couple years and we're really excited for this year. The show just keeps getting bigger and better. You don't want to miss it!"
The show will take place April 16-18th, 2010 at The Holiday Inn Select in Strongsville, Ohio. Show admission is only $4.00 per day and children 12 and under are admitted free of charge. Weekend passes are just $10.00. There are also Super Tickets available that include early bird specials. Parking is free. For those coming from out of town, Cleveland Hopkins Airport is just a few minutes from the show site and there is a discounted room rate at the hotel of just $79.00 per night. Call the hotel at 440.238.8800 and ask for the special rate.
Autograph sessions include Leo Cardenas from the Cincinnati Reds, Ron Kramer from the Green Bay Packers,
Cleveland Browns Hall of Fame's Leroy Kelly, and others to be announced. Autograph pavilion and guests appear courtesy of All Stars, Inc. Autographs start at just $7.00. You can buy tickets for autographs at the door the day of the show.
There are a limited number of tables still available to dealers who wish to be a part of this show. For more information or to reserve dealer space, please contact Paul Fusco at 440.975.8938 or go to the official show website, www.ohiosportscollector.com for more information. "Anyone who misses out on this show will be missing out on viewing some of the greatest Sports memorabilia in the history of the game," says Fusco. "This show definitely has something for everyone."