Kids Score with Upper Deck at the Fall Sportscard & Memorabilia Expo
Posted On 13 Nov 2014 / 0 Comment
Cultivating the next generation of collectors is important for Upper Deck so at every trade show we attend, we look for ways to engage younger fans. The recent Sportscard & Memorabilia Expo was certainly no different as kids had an incredible experience courtesy of Upper Deck. Take a look at some of the fun that was had by the future of the hobby at the show!
While they may be smaller than full grown collectors, make no doubt about it, these young collectors are serious!
And they can pull BIG cards just like the big guys. This young man was thrilled to pull a Carey Price autographed memorabilia card!
And just try to get this box of Upper Deck Team Canada cards away from this young man. Good luck! We are pretty sure he went to bed with them that night!
Upper Deck staff loved getting the opportunity to show kids how trading cards were made on large uncut sheets!
Lots of kids took the opportunity get their very own Upper Deck trading card made. Even this Young Gun for Team Canada!
When it came to promotions like our Lights Out hockey tournament, kids dominated as well. The youngster to the left dominated the competition!
UD hosted a dance party in the booth where kids could score cool prizing!
At the end of the show we had two groups of kids have a sing off. This group known as "Boys to Boys" sand a stunning rendition of "The Hockey Song" to score a victory!