I was fortunate that a card show existed in Indiana yesterday. It was about 45 minutes from home so I decided to check it out after doing some work around the house in the morning and getting in a short run.
As I left for the show my wife called to let me know that Bobby Hull was signing at a mall close to our house. Not a big deal since I don't really have an interest in autographs. There was not much traffic, it was easy to find, the parking lot was crowded and the show offered free admission. That was a nice start.
It was a solid crowd, there were at least 50 tables and the facility did a good job of keeping the spacing between rows. Still all good.
I took a few laps around and the two things I noticed most were new insert cards and unopened boxes, mostly the blaster boxes seen at Target or Walmart. I did see a few graded Kellogg's cards but that really isn't my thing.
No photos since I didn't buy anything. I don't know if I will go back to another show there. I was debating going to the show or to the Baseball Card Exchange. Next time I will go to BBCE.