All Sports Marketing welcomes record 32 retailers to 2013 Summit

All Sports Marketing welcomes record 32 retailers to 2013 Summit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

LAS VEGAS (Feb 19, 2013) – All Sports Marketing has expanded its prominent position in the Industry Summit scholarship program by inviting a record 32 hobby retailers to the 2013 Summit.

All Sports Marketing, based in Batavia, IL (www.allsportsmarketing.net) has utilized the Summit scholarship program to bring more than 85 retailers to the industry’s annual trade conference during the past three years. This year’s ASM scholarship class includes sports collectible store owners/operators from 15 states.

“Our entire team at All Sports Marketing is pleased to support our customers and partners in such a prominent way at The Industry Summit,’’ said ASM principal Emil Picchi. “Our customers benefit greatly from the idea exchanges and the presentations from our corporate partners. They return from Las Vegas energized and excited to move their businesses forward – and that is positive news for everyone in our industry.’’

Among the All Sports Marketing scholarship clients: Beth Feagans (Warrington, VA); Evan Feuerstein (Apharetta, GA); Christopher Brock (Loves Park, IL); Jeff Finnigan (Albany, NY); George Mares (Tucson, AZ); Jim Jang (Dublin, CA); Mike Dale (Owensboro, KY); Curtis Falany (Homewood, AL); Frank Wieman (Chatam, IL); Kendall Loyd (Orlando, FL), Tom Gasper (Coeu D’Alene, ID), Brian Burgert (Oshkosh, WI), Jeff Price (West Allis, WI), Matt Woods (Rohnert Park, CA), Adam Farmer (Moreno Valley, CA), Chris Edmonds (Glasgow, KY), Rich Buhnerkemper (Racine, WI), Mike Fata (Bronx, NY), Wes Johnson (Lincoln, NE), Pete Alberty (Amarillo, TX), Rick Griencewic (Omaha, NE), Vince Oliver (Wichita, KS), Shawn Hasting (Quincy, IL ), Jeff Chou (Naperville, IL) and Anthony Hill (Grand Junction, CO).

In addition to its impressive investment in the Retailer Scholarship program, All Sports Marketing is planning several activation events for this year’s Summit, including a unique Retailer Gift and a very aggressive Home Base booth presence. For more information on All Sports Marketing and its impressive inventory of current and legacy trading card releases, visit www.allsportsmarketing.net