RADIO STATION AND PUBLISHER ADDED TO BALTIMORE NON-SPORTS CARD CONVENTION
New Show Exclusive Promos On Tap Provided By Trading Card Manufacturers
Hershey, Pa – Lights, camera, action! With only a few days remaining until the debut of the Baltimore Non-Sports Card Convention, USA Theatres, organizers of the event, have recently announced some exciting new additions to the show.
Autograph Collector Magazine (a monthly publication in the autograph hobby since 1986 that covers autographs and memorabilia, from Hollywood to history, music to sports, signed books and more) and Radio Once More (a radio station that broadcasts old time radio and great nostalgia programming 24 hours a day, hosted by Neal Ellis and Ken Stockinger) have recently been added to the line-up of guests appearing at the show.
Both Neal and Ken will be on location at the convention and will be providing a “live” remote broadcast to their listeners, featuring “exclusive talk” and coverage of the Baltimore Non-Sports Card Convention.
Other additions to the event will include “show exclusive promo cards” provided by trading card manufacturers Rittenhouse Archives and Breygent Marketing (images to be released shortly).
The cards will be issued with each paid admission, while supplies last.
“It’s very exciting to announce these additions,” said Ronald M. Vastola, Outreach Coordinator of USA Theatres.
The convention will feature numerous exhibitors from the non-sports hobby, including artists, authors, manufacturers, publishers, and dealers.
The conventions is slated for March 21 from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Towson Place Hotel & Suites (Formerly the Holiday Inn Baltimore-Towson), 1100 Cromwell Bridge Road, Towson, Maryland. Admission is $5 for adults and free for children under 12.
For more information, visit their website, www.usatheatres.com/conventions.html