Sunday, June 28, 2015

Autograph Signings with New England Patriot Michael Hoomanawanui

As Patriot training camp is closer to starting, more and more players will be around to make some public appearances.  One of the first ones of this season is scheduled for July 27, in Braintree, Mass..

The price for an autograph is outstanding.  It is ONLY $20 for any item, premium or regular.  It is ONLY $10 for an inscription such as "SB 49 champs."  I am telling you this price is outstanding and is rarely this low for SB champion, especially in the northeast.

I encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity.  Whether you want him to sign a photo, football, helmet or team item, this is a great deal.

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Have you met a professional soccer player? If not read about this deal.

Most US sports fans only care about the 4 major sports (Baseball, Basketball, Hockey and Football) and occasionally some form of auto racing and golf.  This is perfectly fine. However, globally, soccer is without a doubt the most popular and passionate sport around.  Yes, players tend to flop and there is little scoring, but there is no other sport that brings other nations together such as soccer.

For those of you US soccer fans here is an outstanding opportunity for you.  New England Picture is hosting a public signing with New England Revolution starts Diego Fagundez and Charlie Davies.  The cost is only $10 per autograph per player.  This is as low as it gets for a paid public appearance.

Diego is a 20 year old Uruguayan player who is in his 5th season with the Revolution.  He has played internationally for Uruguay in the South American Youth Championship.  His goal is to represent Uruguay or the US in the next FIFA world cup.  Diego is a local, as he grew up in the town of Leominster, Massachusetts after his family moved from Uruguay.

Charlie is a 29 year old professional American soccer player.  Davies competed internationally over many years, including the 2008 Olympics.  He is from Lawrence, Massachusetts and played soccer at Boston College.

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