Oct 31 2007 10:07AM
For most baseball fans, collecting ticket stubs of meaningful games that they have attended has always been apart of fandom.
But for collectors wanting to display those historic relics, framing a single ticket has always been a cost-prohibitive challenge. Massachusetts based That's My Ticket has stepped up to the plate again this postseason to provide collectors an economical alternative when displaying their historical World Series tickets.
"We're Red Sox fans and we're real excited to help fans like us commemorate the 2007 World Series," says Dean Macchi, president of That's My Ticket. "This is the first year of our MLB license and our line of new and unique ticket-related products offers something for all fans."
A World Series Ticket Frame combines your game ticket and personal picture along with an 8-by-10 World Series photo, headlines, series story, and complete series stats.
In addition to World Series Ticket Frames, That's My Ticket just released a new licensed product called the World Series Mega Ticket. Created from an authentic World Series Ticket, each Mega Ticket is enlarged 500%, printed on archival canvas. Mega Tickets are also available in a personalized version plus, they're ideal for autographs.
Mega Tickets are literally the next big thing in sports collectibles," says Macchi.
For more information, visit www.thatsmyticket.com.