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This cover made its debut at the 10th Anniversary Chicagoland Expo. on Sept 10th, 2010. It also included a very rare and special card insert to help commemorate the 10th Anniversary Expo & the 6th year of hosting the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation.
Please help artist
Scott Houseman raise as much money for Muscular Dystrophy as possible.
He has 3 auctions for trading cards. Here is his Ebay link.The artwork
Auctions end this Sunday.
Don't miss the opporunity to own these cool works of art!
Thanks for showing your
support for a worthy cause!
The CECE will be exhibiting
a table at the First New
Non-Sports Card Show in Carol Stream, IL.
We are there to help support
Ed & Kevin on
their new venture,
as well as bringing you the personal opportunity to purchase a
Treasure Chest of Art- Full Collection or as mystery singles.
The CECE is a proud sponsor
of artists Connie Persampieri
(Sat. only), Tom Kelly, and
for this show! Come see
some amazing artwork. You will also have the chance to purchase
some for your very own!
Larry Thomas is an actor most recognized for his Emmy nominated performance as "The Soup Nazi" from Seinfeld and has been a guest at past expos. His new book, Confessions of a Soup Nazii, was published in December, 2014. Read an exceprt below and purchase your copy from www.realsoupnazi.com .
"...So it was finally here—shoot night! The bleachers were full and from what I heard, mostly important industry people. I must admit waiting for my first scene after the cameras were rolling on the first Jerry’s-living-room scene made me a little nervous. Sure I’d been acting for quite a few years and in every different situation. I’d done theater where set pieces have fallen in front of an audience, actors not showing up for an entrance in front of an audience, improv comedy in front of an audience where anything could happen, and film where the close-up is all powerful. The close-up on film is very exciting as everyone has already done their work to get to that moment. So if it’s your close-up, you can make or break everyone else’s work. It’s up to you. If you nail it, you’re everyone’s hero. If you blow it, there is more work for all. But still, I was a little nervous. This was Seinfeld after all, the hottest show on TV. When it was time for us to move into the soup kitchen for my first scene and I took my place behind the counter, the thought struck me, with four film cameras rolling—if I blew a take, would it not cost more than they were paying me? That kind of blew my mind. (Okay, I grew up in the sixties)...
...And then came the awful sound that you shouldn’t hear until the scene is over, and you know you nailed it. “Cut!” My stomach knotted. “Was it something I did?”
Read Confessions of a Soup Nazi; An Adventure in Acting and Cooking for this and many other stories and the recipes that follow. Every story has a recipe and every recipe has a story.
Visit Paul and
the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation at DanCon
at the Orland Park Civic Center
The CEll be accepting donations of new, sealed toys, CDs, DVDs, and full trading card boxes, as well as monetary donations.
The first fifty people to make a donation will have a choice of a very limited edition (only 50) Art Print by Thomas Barnett (some will be signed by the artist, so be the first to get one!) or a choice among a nice variety of comic book trades, generously donated by DanCon.
Below is the Art Print By Tom. I hope everyone likes it, I love it! Please share the information on your social media sites. The more people that come out, the better we can serve the children of
the Treasure Chest Foundation.
Thanks DanCon for supporting the Treasure Chest!
Thomas Barnett is a professional published illustrator and cartoonist. He has illustrated children's books, comic books, fishing books, apps, newspaper editorials and many other projects. He is well known for his daily comic strip, Lil' Miesters, which you can see at lilmiesters.com. Thomas is a regular at comic conventions and loves meeting fellow creators and fans.
Meet Dan Pasqua, former professional baseball player who played in the Major Leagues from 1985-1994
Meet Milt Pappas, former professional baseball player in the Major Leagues from 1958-1974 including the Chicago Cubs
Chicago Gaelic Park
6119 147th St, Oak Forest, IL 60452
You can support the TCF by donating or taking out an ad in the program booklet. Please be as generous as possible. Every effort goes a long way towards putting a smile on the face of a child braving cancer. I look forward to seeing many of you there.
CECE will be exhibiting at the following events on behalf of the Treasure Chest Foundation:
Feb. 22, 2014
Dupage County Fairgounds in Wheaton
2015 Manchester Road.
March 2, 2014
Bridgeview Community Center
7900 S Oketo Ave, just west of Harlem Ave.
April 11 and 12, 2014
Chicago Nonsports Card Show
Holiday Inn Carol Stream
150 S Gary Ave, approx. 5 minutes west of I-355 expressway
More shows to be posted later, please bookmark and share on your social media.
The Second Annual
Nonsport Card Annex
Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013
The show is held in conjunction with Toycon Toy Shows at the Bridgeview Community Center.
7900 S. Oketo Ave, just 1 light west of Harlem Ave off of 79th St.
Show hours: 8:30am to 2pm, Early Bird Admission at 8am.
General Admission $ 4.00 per person,
children under age 10 are FREE!
Early Bird Admission $ 6.00 per person
ONE Admission price. TWO Shows. FREE Parking!
2 SHOWS IN ONE WEEKEND!
Participating Artists for the Little Treasures Custom Sketch Card Project: Connie Faye, Nino Mesarina, Kelli McDorman, and others to be announced.
Becca Whitaker - Web Site (Update: Becca has canceled her appearance but
have a look at her web site to see where she may be
Tony Smith- just added
Prepare To Be Transformed!
Make Up Artist Tara Schile of Sincere Costumes will be doing make up right at the show! For $25, you can become a Zombie, have a hand-painted mask put on, or have a glamorous beauty makeover---and $5 from every makeup session will be donated to the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation! Swing by her booth for your makeover or to make an appointment for later in the day!
• Non-Sport Update Magazine
• K & J Nonsport Cards
• Sci-Fi Cards
• Looky Here
• Dave Hartmann
• RC Comics
• Ron Gahan
• Don Troy
• Star Memories
• The Wrapper magazine
• Iggy & Carl
• Movie Collectors World
• Lou Bielakowski
• Don Tieri • Black Lagoon Collectibles
• Bryan Schemine
• Murtz Comics
• TNT Comics & Toys
• Larry Rivkin
• Jackpot Amusements
• DVD World
(Guests may charge a fee for their autograph)
Scott L. Schwartz
Kevin "The Butcher" Hughes
Chair Yoga with Cynthia Narcisi Friday night only
Tired and achy from standing in long convention lines?
Drained by huge crowds and bright lights?
Feet in agony from standing all day?
Low back begging for a stretch?
Learn gentle, seated techniques that you can do at your table or in your hotel room to make your convention experience a healthier one:
• increase your energy
• reduce stress
• stretch your back, legs, neck, and shoulders (ahhhh!)
No yoga experience needed. Chairs provided. Every BODY welcome!
$5.00 minimum suggested donation (benefiting the Treasure Chest Foundation)
For ages 18+ up.
Space is limited. First come, first serve basis!
(2) 45 minute classes available Friday night only:
• 8:30pm - 9:15pm
• 10:00pm - 10:45pm
Cynthia received her Yoga Teachers Certification from North Shore Yoga in 2010. She has additional teachers training in the Ashtanga lineage from Manju Jois, son of Sri K. Pattahbi Jois. She also studied yoga, meditation, and ayurveda in India in 2009.
Meet and Greet Melanie Bolen
Welcome Melanie Bolen at her first official convention appearance. Melanie is a certified Personal Trainer/Group Fitness Instructor, Independent Beachbody Coach, model, cosplayer and trading card collector! She's super excited to be part of this event and combining two things which she really enjoys (pop culture and fitness!
Cynthia and Melanie collaborated on a unique set of fitness trading cards just for CECE. Limited to 50 sets! Get yours while supplies last!
Charity Auction Artwork
This beautiful piece of artwork represents over 40 hours of creativity by the lovely artist, Connie Faye.
Autographed by Main Character Actors: Robert Picardo & Richard Hatch, and by the creator of this stunning piece, herself, Connie Faye!
Starting bid $ 349.00.
100% of the Revenue from the charity auction will benefit the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation.
Announcing The Treasure Chest of Art and
NSU Magazine Variant Premium Raffle!
Only $5.00 per ticket, no limit to purchase. Winner to be announced on Saturday, Sept 17th at the Chicago Expo and need not be present (shipping charges apply if winner is not present at time of drawing). Winner is asked to pay a flat shipping rate (Priority Mail, insured.) Or, prizes may be picked up Sept 17th at the show!
Treasure Chest of Art shipping fee is $20.00 Domestic, $50.00 International
Choice of prizes are :
The 2010 NSU Variant Issue - This collectors edition contains Star Wars artwork by Lucasfilm artist and fan favorite Mark McHaley! Also inside this sealed copy is the FIRST AND ONLY OFFICIAL STAR WARS EWOK COSTUME CARD! Issue #1 and extremely RARE! Drawing will be held at 3pm central on Saturday, Sept. 17th.
The Treasure Chest of Art- There will be a small handle of the chests in this special premium raffle for the customer to choose from. Due to the multiple prizes, the drawings will be held at various times during the Expo on Saturday, Sept. 17th. To learn more about the Treasure of Art, read more...
Customers MUST SPECIFY which prize they would like to win (Treasure Chest of Art or Variant Magazine) when purchasing the premium raffle tickets. There are no trades, exceptions, exclusions, or refunds.
Purchase Your Raffle Ticket Right Here Via PayPal. Just select which prize, or both! Raffle Tickets will not be physically mailed out. Please retain your Paypal receipt for your records.
100% of the proceeds will benefit the
Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation.
H.G. Wells Time Machine Photo Op for Charity!
Here is your chance of a lifetime!
Have your photo taken, with your camera with this full sized replica of H.G.Wells' Time Machine for only a $5.00 minimum (per photo).Please donate more at the show if you like! Or purchase your photo op below.
100% of the revenue benefits the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation.
This Time Machine is built by and presented courtesy of Tom Jozwiak. Thank you, Tom!
Meet Colleen Kisel from the Treasure Chest Foundation on Sept 17th. Colleen just announced the opening of the 40th Treasure Chest. Ask her how you can support the TCF! There are many different ways as we discovered. No effort is too small when it comes to improving the quality of life of the children.
Congratulations to Colleen and the staff of the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation!
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING
ALL OUR 2011 SHOWS!
POTCF Display at our booth at C2E2 in March, 2011.
Sept. 9th-12th, 2010
Thanks to everyone for supporting the 10th Anniversary Expo!
We look forward to seeing you in 2011.
For a list of Media Guests who attended our Fall 2010 Expo, click here.
For a list of Artists/Creators who attended, click here.
As always, help us support The Treasure Chest by bringing your unopened toys to our show, and receive a free gift, while supplies last. You can also help The Treasure Chest by using Good Search instead of Google for your searches. Just type "The Treasure Chest Foundation" in the charity field, and Good Search will donate to this outstanding organization!
Thank you to EVERYONE who have made our past shows a HUGE success! We appreciate everyone who attended and exhibited- our guests, dealers, artists and especially all the wonderful collectors!
We look forward to seeing you again!
2007 Chicagoland Entertainment Collectors Expo
Spring 2008 CECE Guest Artists:
Left to right: Jeff Clark, Paul, Jess Hickman, Uko Smith,
Chris Edwards (owner ScoundrelPublishing.com) and Cynthia Cummens
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