GTSM Santa Clara California Autograph Signings September 2014

From Friday, September 26th through Saturday, September 27, 2014, GT Sports Marketing (GTSM) will host their 2014 Santa Clara Sports Collectors Convention. The show will take place inside the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Dozens California's most famous athletes are scheduled to sign autographs. This will be one of the largest California sports collectors shows of the year. You won't want to miss it.

Location/ Address:

Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Show Schedule:

Friday, September 26th: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Saturday, September 27th: 9:00am - 9:00pm

Admission Prices:

Friday: FREE
Saturday: $10.00

PSA Authentication: $10.00 per autograph

Autograph Guests

Jerry Rice: San Francisco 49ers/ Oakland Raiders 13x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
2x NFL Offensive Player of the Year
3x Super Bowl Champion
Holds/ held nearly every major NFL receiving record
Class of 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Vernon Davis: San Francisco 49ers 2x NFL Pro Bowl Tight End
2009 NFL Touchdown Receptions Leader
2012 NFC Champion

Roger Craig: San Francisco 49ers 4x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
3x Super Bowl Champion
First Player member of the 1,000 rushing/ 1,000 receiving yards Club

Ronnie Lott:San Francisco 49ers/ LA Raiders/ NY Jets 10x NFL Defensive Back
49ers Career Leader in INTS (51) and INT touchdowns (5)
4x Super Bowl Champion
Class of 2000 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Frank Gore: SF 49ers 5x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
San Francisco 49ers All-Time Leading Rusher
2012 NFC Rushing Leader

Dwight Clark: San Francisco 49ers All-Pro Wide Receiver
2x Super Bowl Champion
"The Catch" 1981 NFC Championship Game

Marcus Lattimore: San Francisco 49ers Star Running Back
South Carolina Gamecocks 2010 All-SEC

Eric Davis: San Francisco 49ers/ Carolina Panters/ Detroit Lions 2x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive Back
Super Bowl XXIX Champion

Kassim Osgood: San Diego Chargers/ Jacksonville Jaguars/ SF 49ers 3x NFL Pro Bowl Special Teams Player

Garrison Hearst: Arizona Cardinals/ San Francisco 49ers 2x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
2x NFL Comeback Player of the Year (1995 and 2001)

Bill Romanowski: SF 49ers/ Philadelphia Eagles/ Denver Broncos/ Oakland Raiders 2x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2x Super Bowl Champion w/ 49ers (SB XXIII and XXIV)
2x Super Bowl Champion w/ Broncos (SB XXXII and XXXIII)

Jesse Sapolu: San Francisco 49ers 2x NFL Pro Bowl Center
4x Super Bowl Champion (XIX, XXIII, XXIV and XXIX)

Brent Jones: San Francisco 49ers 4x NFL Pro Bowl Tight End
3x Super Bowl Champion (XXIII, XXIV and XXIX)

Tim Hardaway: Golden State Warriors/ Miami Heat 5x NBA All-Star Point Guard
UTEP Miners 1989 WAC Player of the Year

Chris Mullin: Golden State Warriors/ Indiana Pacers 5x NBA All-Star Forward
2x Olympic Gold Medalist in Mens Basketball (1984 and 1992)
Class of 2011 Basketball Hall of Fame

Mitch Richmond: Golden State Warriors/ Sacramento Kings/ Washington Wizards/ LA Lakers 6x NBA All-Star
1989 NBA Rookie of the Year
1996 Olympic Gold Medalist in Mens Basketball
20,497 Career Points/ Class of 2014 Basketball Hall of Fame

Barry Bonds: Pittsburgh Pirates/ San Francisco Giants 14x MLB All-Star Outfielder
7x National League Most Valuable Player
8x Gold Glove Award Winner
12x Silver Slugger Award Winner
MLB Career Home Run Leader (762)
MLB Single Season Home Run Record Holder (73)

Kevin Mitchell: New York Mets/ San Francisco Giants 2x MLB All-Star Outfielder
1986 NY Mets World Series Champion
1989 National League MVP

Tim Hudson: Oakland A's/ Atlanta Braves/ San Francisco Giants 4x MLB All-Star Pitcher
Only pitcher in the modern era (since 1920) with 16 consecutive non-losing seasons
2010 National League Comeback Player of the Year
213 Career Wins

Michael Morse: Seattle Mariners/ Washington Nationals/ San Francisco Giants Star Outfielder
2014 San Francisco Giants Home Run RBI Leader

Angel Pagan: San Francisco Giants Star Outfielder
2012 World Series Champion

Andrew Susac: San Francisco Giants Top Prospect

Hope Solo: 2x Olympic Gold Medalist for Team USA Women's Soccer

Mike Tyson: Youngest Heavyweight Boxing Champion in History

Price and schedule are subject to change. Player reserves the right to refuse any item. Visit GT Sports Marketing for more information.

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