Cowboys-Steiner Collectibles Commemorate Final Regular Season Game at Texas Stadium

December 12, 2008

Steiner Sports Press Release
December, 2008

Fans in "Big D" and football collectors alike will have an opportunity to own a piece of the last regular season game played at Texas Stadium this Saturday between the Cowboys and the Baltimore Ravens. Cowboys-Steiner Collectibles, a division of Steiner Sports Memorabilia, will be producing commemorative game ticket and turf collages it was announced today by Steiner Sports executive vice president, Sean Mahoney.

Two unique versions of the framed ticket collage will be produced to pay tribute to the game. One collage will feature a Final Game commemorative ticket, a 4"x6" photo from the final game, and a descriptive nameplate. The commemorative ticket displays the date Texas Stadium opened, 10-24-71, in the section, row, and seat part of the ticket.

The second version of the collage will feature this commemorative Cowboys ticket, two 5"x7" photos from the final game, the descriptive nameplate, and turf from the field at Texas Stadium. Each item comes with a Cowboys-Steiner letter of authenticity.

In addition, fans attending the final regular season game will have an opportunity to be able to send Steiner Sports their ticket stub to be framed up in either style.

These framed pieces will be ready to ship out to customers by late January 2009.

"Texas Stadium has been home to some of the greatest players and moments in NFL history," said Mahoney. "We're very excited to be helping capture this memorable occasion for both the fans attending the final regular season game and those that would like to own a piece of history."

In addition to the commemorative collages which have been designed, Cowboys-Steiner features game-used product including jerseys, helmets, locker room chairs and an assortment of hand-signed collectibles.




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