Sports Memorabilia Collectors are buzzing after the announcement of the Las Vegas Card Show scheduled for October 22-24 2021.
The event holders are anticipating 400+ dealer tables along with sponsor booths, on site food and beverage service and celebrity autograph opportunities.
The Las Vegas Card Show will be held at The Expo at World Market Center, 435 S Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89106 on Friday October 22nd through Sunday October 24th.
The Expo at World Market Center Las Vegas is owned by International Market Centers, L.P. (IMC), which owns and operates nearly 20 million square feet of world-class exhibition space throughout the United States. A welcome addition to the IMC family, The Expo @ WMCLV is the largest event venue in Downtown Las Vegas that provides flexible, sustainable floor plans and amenities to best suit your next tradeshow, conference, or special events needs.
Vendor Tables and Attendee Tickets are available at https://lasvegascardshow.com/
Discounted hotel rates are also available.
When asked about the reasons behind creating this event, the host of the event, Dakota Hosley said:
“This show is for the die-hard, passion-filled, market makers. We stand for those looking to push their industry to new heights and expand further than most people believe is possible.”
The memorabilia business has been on a rapid rise over the past 24 months or so, with record-breaking prices, historic scarcity and an NFT craze that has become an almost daily part of the always changing sports news cycle.
The most expensive piece of memorabilia, the original Olympic Games Manifesto written by a French aristocrat in 1888, sold at Sotheby’s for $8.8 million in 2019. But cards remain the driving force behind most of the astronomical numbers. Since February of 2020, there have been at least a dozen $1 million card sales, including six cards that sold for north of $3.75 million.
According to Chris Ivy of Heritage Actions, sports collectibles is perhaps the strongest financial market that exists right now. “The global pandemic added rocket fuel to the collectibles market — a combination of the restriction upon spending on other luxuries like travel and fine dining, and the growing acceptance of the legitimacy of collectibles around the globe as an investment vehicle,” Ivy says. “We’ve seen more million-dollar sales in the past year than in the twenty years preceding it.”
The Las Vegas Card Show website has full details about this year’s event. Interested parties can visit the website at: https://lasvegascardshow.com/ or on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/lvcardshow/
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