Like clockwork,every weekend throughout the year, sports card dealers and weekend sports card dealers pack up their SUVs, drive to their local Hotel or Meeting Hall to set-up their sports collectibles they have for sale. I know. I used to do it myself. It is a lot of work. Getting up early, packing the car, driving, unloading and setting up. Before the show starts, I used to wonder if what I brought in would be worth all the hassle of losing a precious Sunday morning. And before every show started, there would always be buzz about who got new or cool stuff to sell that week. A lot of the action would happen before the show even opened. Card dealers scramble to have nice merchandise to sell. They want their material to be fresh, relevant and desirable. Does this sound like you? Are you one of the sports card dealers looking to stand-out with fresh new merchandise? I can help.
My shop has been around for 28 years. I like to think I have a decent reputation; that I am a fair buyer of sports cards. The truth of the matter is I have a lot of cards, lots of vintage cards, from the 1950s – 1970s. I also admit that I suffer from social anxiety. I am not great in a crowded hall selling sports cards. I gave up doing card shows over ten years ago. It got to be too much for me. I would like to move more vintage cards. You can help me.
Fellow sports card dealers, perhaps we can help each other out? I am looking for a few sports card dealers who want to purchase cards to replenish their merchandise on a regular basis. I can work with you to make it worth your while. I am easy to get to in Kenmore Square, Boston. My phone number is 617-482-5705 and email address is email@example.com.
Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.