What You'll Get
A celebrity's autograph is extremely valuable, which is why so many people try to steal Garfield's checkbook. Stop lurking in poorly drawn bushes with today's Groupon: for $269, you get a framed print of "The Dive" autographed by Bobby Orr from Powers Collectibles (a $538.95 total value including shipping).
The crew at Powers Collectibles curates a selection of nostalgia-packed memorabilia for sports fanatics. This autographed 16"x20" print of "The Dive" shows Bobby Orr flying through air after scoring the clinching goal in the 1970 Stanley Cup—a feat he achieved in overtime and without ever touching the ice. A three-time league MVP, Bobby Orr brought the Bruins two Stanley Cups while redefining the defensive position. The photograph is matted and sidekicked with Orr's hologram of authenticity, a descriptive plaque, and a Bruins patch, allowing the framed memento to be hung in a den or precariously perched between the spokes of a fifth grader's bicycle.
Unlike mail-order uncles, today's deal includes shipping to any home, place of business, or unregulated submarine hatch within the continental United States.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 2 per order. Not valid until 6/20/11. Online only. Shipping included only in 48 contiguous states. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Powers Collectibles
Powers Collectibles beefs up memorabilia collections with authenticated, high-quality merchandise autographed by some of the world's biggest celebrities and sports stars. Owner and industry veteran Matt Powers launched the web-based company with two goals in mind: to conveniently provide authentic mementos via the Internet, and to offer quality custom-framing options alongside collectibles. Today, Powers Collectibles stocks an expansive arsenal of signed souvenirs from sports stars, music icons, Hollywood stars, political personalities, and John Hancock impersonators. Lavish frames and display cases further glamorize autographed treasures, keeping them safe from wear, tear, and spitting camels.