If you are a sports card collector, you have probably heard of the Midwest Monster Card Show. Located in Fishers, Indiana, the venue featured six basketball courts and more than 50,000 square feet of space for sellers to set up in. The Midwest Monster card show is organized by J&J All-Star Sports Cards and took place on June 17-18, and seemed to be a huge success.
This past weekend, Ryan from Card Collector Sports Cards took a trip to Fishers, Indiana for the Midwest Monster Card Show. In this video, Ryan gives us an inside look at setting up at a card show as a dealer. It’s really cool to go behind the scenes and watch him buy and sell cool Formula 1, basketball and football sports cards.
“This was the first time they ran this show and It was a huge success! We were able to buy and sell tons of cool cards ranging from football and basketball to baseball and formula 1.”
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