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ITG to attend March Montréal show

Posted on 18th March 2013 by hockeymedia in Cards,Shows,The Want List | Tags:

NHLIn The Game will bring its popular redemption program to Montréal this weekend for the 15th edition of the Montréal Sport & Toy Collectibles show. The program will run both days of the show at the Centre Pierre-Charbonneau from Mar. 23-24, 2013. The program will feature 2012-13 In The Game Heroes & Prospects.

“It is nice to team up again with my old friend, Léandre Normand, the show’s promoter,” said In The Game President Dr. Brian H. Price, “it has been quite a while since we attended a show in Montréal and we are looking forward to it.”

The Montréal Sport & Toy Collectibles show takes place at the Centre Pierre-Charbonneau by Parc Olympique in Montréal. Show hours are Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 10am-3pm. Admission is $9 per day of $15 for the two-day event. Seniors pay $8, kids 6-16 pay just $6, and kids under 6 get in for free. The show will feature 100 booths and tables with exhibitors from Québec, Ontario, the Atlantic and the United States.

Following the show dates in Montréal, In The Game will next set up at the Summit Collectibles show in Edmonton from Apr. 21-22 to help promote 2012-13 Between The Pipes.

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Collectors opening boxes of 2012-13 Heroes and Prospects will be able to receive a specially stamped 1/1 2012-13 In The Game Heroes and Prospect card for each box they open at the In The Game booth.

Boxes cannot be opened prior to the show and all boxes must contain the In The Game shrink-wrap.

2012-13 Heroes and Prospects features base, autograph and game-used memorabilia cards of Montreal Canadien rookie Alexander Galchenyuk.

The Redemption Program is only available to collectors attending the show. We will only be redeeming 2012-13 Heroes and Prospects.

All the usual Redemption Program rules apply, redemptions will made on a “first come, first serve” basis until redemption cards run out. In The Game reserves the right to limit redemptions by any collector.

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