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Talk Show Host Dave Baldin of 4680Q's Slapshot with Special Guest Brad Noyes of Crackerjack Stadium

Talk Show Host Dave Baldin of 4680Q's Slapshot with Special Guest Brad Noyes of Crackerjack Stadium

4680Q's Dave Baldin of Slapshot interviews Crackerjack Stadium's Brad Noyes about life as a hockey card dealer.

Listen in March 25, 2019 at 7:00pm EST to discover how Brad Noyes of Crackerjack Stadium got his big start in the hockey card industry.

Dave and Brad talk about the impact and retail dealer support Upper Deck has on the hockey card industry, the rising trend of box breaking groups, and how the collectable card world has changed for the better. Brad shares which cards are always on his BUY list, the best way to enjoy the hobby, and the top cards and sets to collect.


Dave Bodin, Talk Show Host - 4680Q's Slapshot pictured with Brad Noyes, Crackerjack Stadium

Photo: Dave Baldin, 4680Q Slapshot Talk Show Host & Brad Noyes, Crackerjack Stadium

Complete topics and links to more information:

Upper Deck Hockey Cards
• Catch Crackerjack Stadium Box Breaks Live on Facebook with Jason Tempest
Contact Brad to learn more about the value of your hockey, baseball, football, or basketball card collection
Beckett Card Grading Services
• Biannual Sport Card & Memoribilia Expo in Toronto, ON
• Follow MMA Fighter: Anthony 'The Genius' Romero 




Listen to the podcast from March 25, 2019:



4680Q - An Innovative Broadcast Platform

4680 Q - An Innovative Broadcast Platform

In celebration of arts, heritage and culture interactive using live interviews, podcasts, streaming to build capacity within every medium of Niagara’s growing talent.

4680 is physically located at 4680 Queen Street in the heart of Niagara Falls and offers a frequency to celebrate, promote and mentor our diverse culmination of artists including but not limited to historians, singers, songwriters, authors, painters, sculptors, musicians and bands, script writers, dance, public speakers, comedians, food, health, simulcast components with museum and library and opinion leaders.