Bulls to participate in National Sports Collectors Convention
The Bulls will be hosting booth number 531 at the National Sports Collectors Convention at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill. on July 30-August 3.
The Chicago Bulls will be hosting booth number 531 at the National Sports Collectors Convention at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill. on July 30-August 3. All proceeds raised from the sale of sports memorabilia will benefit CharitaBulls, the Bulls’ non-profit organization.
Guests visiting the booth will have the opportunity to view and purchase a wide selection of sports memorabilia including game-worn jerseys, shorts, warm-ups and shoes. Other collectable items such as autographed photos, magazines, bobbleheads, etc. will also be available. Silent auctions will take place periodically throughout the convention offering fans the opportunity to bid on Bulls’ memorabilia, including items from Championship years.
The six NBA Championship trophies won by the Bulls in the 90s will be on display and special appearances from former Bulls personalities including Bob Love and Benny the Bull have been scheduled throughout the course of the convention.
Daily tickets for the National may be purchased for $18.00 per person ($15.00 advance online purchase). The VIP package cost is $129.00 per person ($119.00 if purchased in advance). The 29th National VIP package includes exclusive cards from trading card manufacturers such as Donruss/Playoff, eTopps, Press Pass, Sport Kings, Topps and Upper Deck; admission for all 5-days of the National; free autographs of select athletes; early entrance into the show and much, much more!
For complete detailed and up-to-the-minute information about The National, visit The National’s official website at www.nsccshow.com.
All proceeds from the Chicago Bulls booth at the National will benefit CharitaBulls, the philanthropic arm of the Chicago Bulls organization. CharitaBulls was created in 1987 as a vehicle for the Bulls to help make Chicago a better place to live. The non-profit organization’s primary objective is to actively support positive educational and recreational opportunities for children and young people. Throughout its history, CharitaBulls has distributed tens of millions of dollars to a long list of Chicagoland beneficiaries including Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Public Library, Chicago Park District and Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago.