Fishtown Card Show
Brett Kazatsky is the founder and promoter of the Fishtown Card Show. An avid sports card collector himself, he's hustling to grow the card community throughout the Philadelphia region.  

The Fishtown Card Show will be held on Sunday, August 28th at Rivers Casino on Delaware Avenue with more than 120 tables of cards and memorabilia. You can purchase tickets here.


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Please enjoy!

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About Patrick Gordon 
Patrick Gordon is an award-winning journalist and has covered baseball for nearly two decades. He has a Masters in journalism and has worked with various news outlets in the region. His work has appeared in dozens of publications across the country, including Baseball America,, Sports Collectors Monthly, the Philadelphia Daily News and the Las Vegas Sun. Gordon also is a member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (IBWAA), the National College Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), and has served on the executive board of the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA). 

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