TEXAS AREA FANS PAY ATTENTION:
New Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams has been added to the Football Extravaganza event at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center begins Friday Nov. 7 and ends Sunday Nov. 9 from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. each day.
This is a huge addition for the show. Fans can get in for $10 each day and signatures on personal items run anywhere from free to $50 bucks and higher. It’s a great offer.
The Landry Hat is giving away TWO VIP PASSES and the drawing will be MONDAY. LAST CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS. SEND ME AN EMAIL AT [email protected] for a chance to win the VIP PASSES. I will randomly draw the winner soon!! ENTER NOW!!!!!!!!!!!
YOU CAN WIN PASSES TO THE EVENT TODAY IF YOU CALL 1-972 201 5699 between 5 and 5:30 CENTRAL TIME. SAY THE LANDRY HAT SENT YOU AND WIN!
A TERRELL OWENS SIGNED MINI HELMET WILL BE GIVEN AWAY LATER IN ANOTHER CONTEST SO CHECK BACK!!!!!!
Jointly produced by Exclusive Sports and Promotions, The PLAYERS INK Football Extravaganza will feature NFL greats including Earl Campbell, Joe Greene and current Dallas Cowboys stars Demarcus Ware, Terence Newman, Felix Jones, Greg Ellis, Mike Jenkins, and Marcus Spears just to name a few.
Here is more details, and you can check this page for more information:
The weekend kicks off Friday Nov. 7th with a players signing autograph session. Vendors from all across the country will be on hand with signed memorabilia from all eras of professional football. On Saturday and Sunday, the Extravaganza continues with player autograph sessions and a $5,000 double elimination Madden NFL Tournament which will conclude on Sunday. Ticket holders will have the chance to play with their favorite Dallas Cowboys and NFL legends. Everyone attending all three days will be able to bring their own helmets, photos, footballs and jerseys to be signed as well as the ability to purchase signed memorabilia by their favorite players. Admission prices are $10 each day. Kids under 15 years of age are free all days. Patrons will also be able to watch college football and NFL games throughout the weekend.