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Old 07-01-2008, 02:59 PM   #1
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Don't forget you can now purchase your autograph tickets online, along with any items you want signed. Just visit our website: www.LeaderInSports.com for more information
Announcing our VERY FIRST autograph event in Roanoke, VA as part of a Sports Memorabilia Show:
MARK MOSELEY
Washington Redskins - NFL MVP
Saturday, July 19th 2008 (12:00-2:00)
Valley View Mall
4802 Valley View Blvd NW
Roanoke, VA 24012
Autograph Tickets: $20 - Mail Order Welcome
Please note if you wish to use a credit card for your purchase at this event, you must use the advance purchase through the website.
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DOWNTOWN CHARLIE BROWN
Washington Redskins - Super Bowl Champion
Saturday, July 26th 2008 (1:00-2:00)
The Card Cellar
5047 Jeff Davis Hwy
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
540-891-9549
Autograph Tickets: $20 - Mail Order Welcome
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Future Events @ The Card Cellar in Fredericksburg, VA (mail order welcome at all listed events):
Ed "Too Tall" Jones - Dallas Cowboys (8-23-08) Autograph Tickets: $35
Mark "Super" Duper - Miami Dolphins (9-20-08) Autograph Tickets: $25
Dexter Manley - Washington Redskins (10-4-08) Autograph Tickets: $20
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I was at BassPro Shop last year the day we where set to play the Seahawks in the playoffs. All these people where walking around in Redskin stuff and I thought it was becasue the game was on latter that day. When I was checking out I saw a flier that he would be appearing there and the date was that day. It all then made sense why all the skins fans so I took my only skins thing I had on and went back to meet him and he signed my hat. There was no charge for his sig. that day.
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[quote=firstdown;454780]I was at BassPro Shop last year the day we where set to play the Seahawks in the playoffs. All these people where walking around in Redskin stuff and I thought it was becasue the game was on latter that day. When I was checking out I saw a flier that he would be appearing there and the date was that day. It all then made sense why all the skins fans so I took my only skins thing I had on and went back to meet him and he signed my hat. There was no charge for his sig. that day.[/quote]
That is because BassPro was paying Mark. At these autograph events, it is usually a show promoter paying the player. There are definate advantages and disadvantages to both.
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I got to see Mark this past weekend at Liberty U. for Art and Darrell's 281 tour. He was at an autograph tent with Brian Mitchell, Gary Clark, Dexter Manley and Joe Jacoby. All of them sitting side by side cracking jokes and swapping stories. Mark started telling some of his stories to a particular kid when he heard that the kid was a kicker. He seemed like a pretty cool guy who enjoyed being around the fans.
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I got Moseley's autograph way, way back in the day. Last year of Pardee I think, at an autograph signing at Woolworth and Lothrop's

Moseley was instrumental in introducing me to Tony McGee and setting up our partnership with him
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I got Moseley's autograph way, way back in the day. Last year of Pardee I think, at an autograph signing at Woolworth and Lothrop's

Moseley was instrumental in introducing me to Tony McGee and setting up our partnership with him
How did you know Moseley and how did it come about that Tony McGee came up?
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How did you know Moseley and how did it come about that Tony McGee came up?
I was/still am friends with Charles Mann. We here at the Warpath talked a couple of years ago about doing a charity flag football game with the proceeds going to our site and to Charles Mann's Good Samaritan foundation. In exchange, Charles and I talked about him doing some "inside analysis" for the site.

As the weeks passed, it became apparent that Charles couldn't make the commitment but he had told Mark Moseley about the game (which obviously never happened) as he was, at the time, the head of the Redskins Alumni Association and connect us to some former players. Moseley then told Tony McGee who already had a tv show and was looking to add a bit of a web presence. Tony called me and here we are.
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I was/still am friends with Charles Mann. We here at the Warpath talked a couple of years ago about doing a charity flag football game with the proceeds going to our site and to Charles Mann's Good Samaritan foundation. In exchange, Charles and I talked about him doing some "inside analysis" for the site.

As the weeks passed, it became apparent that Charles couldn't make the commitment but he had told Mark Moseley about the game (which obviously never happened) as he was, at the time, the head of the Redskins Alumni Association and connect us to some former players. Moseley then told Tony McGee who already had a tv show and was looking to add a bit of a web presence. Tony called me and here we are.
See, it would make a much better story if you said you were drinking in a bar and.........
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Me and Mark are pretty good friends. We met at a signing and though we have not talked sense then I'm sure he remembers me and tells stories to his friends about how we met and hungout for minute.

Oh, I almost forgot. Me and Joe Theisman became real good friends when I was watching him on TV. He's a really cool guy and maybe one day we might hook up and swap stories about back in his announcer days.
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Me and Mark are pretty good friends. We met at a signing and though we have not talked sense then I'm sure he remembers me and tells stories to his friends about how we met and hungout for minute.

Oh, I almost forgot. Me and Joe Theisman became real good friends when I was watching him on TV. He's a really cool guy and maybe one day we might hook up and swap stories about back in his announcer days.
When Mark was here in Fredericksburg last November he was telling everyone he met about you.... Something about the guy with the BO so bad he eyebrows got curly?
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I heard Mark was responsible for franchising Five Guys. Way to go!

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