Big Blue’s Eli Manning helps Retailers See Green

January 22, 2010

Big Blue’s Eli Manning helps Retailers See Green

He’s a retail Giant.

While Big Blue quarterback Eli Manning is sure to top the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game today for a return trip to the Super Bowl, he already passes his peers on the sales rack, experts told The Post.

“Eli has emerged as the best collectible right now,” declared Brandon Steiner, CEO of Steiner Sports, a leading memorabilia dealer.

Signed Manning jerseys sell for a lofty $800, the most of any current or past Giants player, and game-worn Manning jerseys go for a whopping $4,500, the most of any player the company hawks.

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/eli_king_of_new_jer_eys_deZS4XksYfVTdQnHpI3PbL#ixzz1wSGZ8iCk




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