Steiner to Offer Madison Square Garden Streets

March 16, 2011

The Madison Square Garden Co. and Steiner Sports Collectibles announced they are partnering to offer collectors and fans the chance to own a piece of the Madison Square Garden. MSG-Steiner Collectibles will be offering fans a variety of unique exclusive Madison Square Garden memorabilia as a result of The Garden Transformation. The first items that will be available now are authentic seats from The Garden. The announcement was made by Steiner chairman Brandon Steiner and Scott O’Neil, president of MSG Sports.

“While construction crews work around the clock to transform The World’s Most Famous Arena into the world’s most spectacular arena, we were intent on preserving some history for our best and most loyal fans. We have the seat you sat in for the ’94 Stanley Cup run and Larry Johnson’s 4-point play, and the seat you stood next to when you went to see Elton John or Billy Joel for the fifth time,” said O’Neil. “MSG-Steiner Collectibles is offering these seats as well as other one-of-a-kind pieces that represent not just Madison Square Garden’s history, but New Yorkers and visitors from around the world’s history at Madison Square Garden.”

“What a showcase item,” said Steiner. “It will be a kick to watch a game televised on MSG Network at home, sitting in a Garden chair.”

Madison Square Garden is currently undergoing a comprehensive top-to-bottom transformation that will make the Arena a state-of-the-art building. During the current Knicks and Rangers offseason, the arena is shut down to complete work on the lower bowl. When the building opens for the 2011-12 seasons, it will include all new lower bowl seating area, expanded Madison Concourse (lower concourse) with city views and additional food and beverage offerings, all new Event Level Suites and club spaces. The current Madison Square Garden opened in 1968; this is the fourth location for the Arena. Additional memorabilia from The Garden will be available through MSG-Steiner Collectibles at a later date.

The Madison Square Garden seats are priced at $899.99 for a pair and $549.99 for an individual seat, and are available in two colors, fuchsia and teal. To order call 800-759-SCORE, email NLiiv@steinersports.com, or log onto www.PieceofTheGarden.com.

MSG-Steiner Collectibles is also currently offering: Game-used 2011 Playoff Jerseys worn by both Knicks and Rangers players, as well as game-used collectibles from the exciting 2010-2011 season, including the Amar’e Stoudemire New York Knicks Game Used Uniform 11×14 Framed Collage, and the Henrik Lundqvist New York Rangers Game Used Net 11×14 Collage.




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