You know that robust buzz we've been hearing all weekend? Well, we finally pinpointed its point of origin -- Toronto. Indeed, the profound excitement on display at this weekend's 2010 Toronto Fall Expo has generated good vibes that are being felt all the way back here in Arlington, Texas.
You know that robust buzz we’ve been hearing all weekend? Well, we finally pinpointed its point of origin — Toronto. Indeed, the profound excitement on display at this weekend’s 2010 Toronto Fall Expo has generated good vibes that are being felt all the way back here in Arlington, Texas.
In addition to seemingly universal glowing accounts of the show on social sites such as Facebook and Twitter, we also have firsthand reports of the show’s greatness from none other than Panini America Marketing Manager Scott Prusha, an unparalleled show specialist and the mastermind behind our company’s Expo wrapper redemption program.
Prusha’s also proven to be pretty handy with an iPhone camera. On Friday he provided some images as the show was just getting started. But bright and early Sunday morning, he provided the following smorgasbord of scene-setters sure to make you wish you were right there with him.
3 Replies to “Scenes from the Floor: Saturday & Sunday at the 2010 Toronto Fall Expo (Updated)”
Hey Tracy, I know you don’t work for Beckett anymore, but you might know the answer to this anyways. Do you know if the cards from the Panini Expo Packs are going to be listed in the Beckett Database?? I see that the Donruss Elite cards from the National this past summer are listed in Beckett (i.e. Wall, Cousins, and those other top rookies)
Hey, Sean. I would assume they will be listed in the database. We’re certainly going to provide Beckett with the checklist.
Man the 2010 Fall Expo looks 1 million times better than the 2010 Spring Expo!!! I was in Toronto visiting family and it happened to be at the time of the Spring Expo so I went for 1 day. Upper Deck doesn’t have any incentive program or really any hot new releases and Panini didn’t come in to save the hobby until this year so it wasn’t as busy and these pictures of the Fall Expo look. I really wish I was in Toronto for this Fall Expo. Probably would have spend way too much money though.