Tristar’s Autograph Pavilion was the biggest ever at the 2016 National, with plenty of stars and stories taking center stage, from Joe Namath to Hulk Hogan.
Tristar Productions will roll out more than 130 signers during The National’s five-day run, including ’86 N.Y. Giants reunion, Mariano Rivera and stars across all sports.
The National’s Tristar Autograph Pavilion brought in 126 guests, Manny was Manny and the Miracle on Ice Team wowed the crowd. Plus, Tristar says possibilities abound for Atlantic City.
Tristar readies for 120 autograph guests for The National, its largest lineup to date, including 18 Miracle On Ice team members. Here’s a preview of things to come, and signers you won’t want to miss.
The autograph pavilion at the National Convention is a bustling place. With more than 90 signers in 2013, the activity was greater than ever. If you wanted one “regular item” signed by every guest at the 2013 National, it would have cost $5,640.
Ticket sales are up for The National Sports Collectors Convention, which boasts one of the largest autograph
pavilions to date with nearly 100 signers. In early sales, Clemens and Piazza are leading the way.