Sigma Pi Hosts Sports Memorabilia and Collectables Show

Sigma Pi Hosts Sports Memorabilia and Collectables Show

On Sunday December 4th,Sigma Pi hosted their first annual sports collectable show to benefit the Sam Spady foundation. The show featured about 10 different vendors providing different types of collectables and memorabilia.
The idea came from Sigma Pi president Cameron Nichols, a senior. Along with Neil Goldman of Goldman Collectables, Nichols and Goldman were able to create a show with multiple vendors.
All proceeds went towards the Sam Spady foundation. Sam Spady was a 19 year old Colorado State University student who died from alcohol poisoning. According to the foundation’s website, the mission of this organization is to “educate parents and students about the dangers of alcohol, specifically high risk consumption, and the signs and symptoms of alcohol poisoning.  Nichols said, “we are doing this sports memorabilia show to raise funds for alcohol awareness.”
The show featured a variety of vendors offering memorabilia from multiple sports. One of these vendors included Fred Davies, the president of Big League Marketing, Inc. in Deal.  Davies featured some significant New York Yankees memorabilia, including multiple autographed jersey’s by Mickey Mantle and Reggie Jackson. He has sold memorabilia in multiple shows around New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia.
There were other vendors present as well. Vendors had everything from official NFL helmets  signed by Eli, Peyton and Archie Manning to signed Stephen Strausburg rookie cards. Sigma Pi’s first sports show had something to please everyone.

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