Deptford Mall Card & Memorabilia Show (Overtime Promotions)

The Deptford Mall Card & Memorabilia Show was a 3-day event held over Labor Day weekend from September 2-4, 2022. Organized by Philadelphia-based marketing company Overtime Promotions, the show featured over 30 tables of vendors selling an assortment of trading cards & memorabilia.

Among the vendors you were able to find trading cards from all kinds of sports (including baseball, basketball, football, and wrestling), pop culture & entertainment, and even Pokemon. There’s a decent selection of singles, graded slabs, autographed cards, and complete sets too:

There were several vendors selling collectibles as well, such as Funko Pops, action figures, signed baseballs, jerseys, and replica Super Bowl trophies. Overtime Promotions did a good job selecting its vendors because there were hardly any duplicate categories found around the show, and who knows what each new day will bring!

But being that it is on the smaller side, it’s definitely meant for the local scene… that is, unless of course, you’re looking to get some memorabilia signed! Fans were traveling from afar to the Deptford Mall to meet Phillies’ Bobby Abreu who was signing on September 4 as well as additional signers in the mall parking lot for “Football Fest” on the same days, featuring Philadelphia Eagles players Brandon Graham, Isaac Seumalo, Bill Bergey, and James Bradberry.

Though the signings require a fee, actual admission to both the Card Show & Football Fest was absolutely free! So if you’re in the Philadelphia/Southern New Jersey area, check out the next Overtime Promotions event near you and see what amazing cards & collectibles you can walk away with!

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