(PRWeb UK) June 22, 2010
Autographs store sends every Arsenal signed shirt, Liverpool signed shirt, Manchester United signed shirt and Chelsea signed shirt free of charge, to any address in the UK. That’s now a standard policy for the Kent based memorabilia suppliers – all of their kit, from signed photos to autographed boots and jerseys, is supplied free of postal costs. Every signed shirt is fully authenticated, with a sight record of each signing (that means there’s an official recording, either filmed or photographed, of the players actually putting their name to the individual shirt in a fan’s hand).
It’s attention to detail of this nature that has seen Autographs Store rise from the ranks of self-started business to national sensation. The Kentish company is now one of the most respected suppliers of autographed memorabilia in the UK. Fans and collectors alike know that every Chelsea signed shirt; every Manchester United signed shirt; every Liverpool signed shirt and Arsenal signed shirt; are the real deal.
The other string in the Autographs Store bow is its knowledge of its own trade. There’s no coincidence in the fact that the lads and lasses from the Garden of England have boosted their stocks of signed shirts over the past few weeks: they know their business well enough to realise that, with the end of the season now done and the World Cup just around the corner, the next few weeks represent boom time for the soccer souvenir arm of their operation.
A Chelsea signed shirt for the close season 2009-2010 is going to be pretty difficult to get hold of before too many days have passed: yet another successful campaign saw the Stamford Bridge crew hoist two trophies at the end of their run and fans are going to want to get their hooks on some solid commemorative material. Nothing is more solid than a shirt signed by the players who were involved in a victorious campaign. A Manchester United signed shirt seems to hold its value and popularity no matter what (they do still have more fans than any other team in the world, after all); while both an Arsenal signed shirt and a Liverpool signed shirt retain their desirability this year in the teeth of less than successful performances. It’s thought that the continuing demand for both the Arsenal and Liverpool signed shirts reflects the legendary tenacity of those team’s fans – and the fact, of course, that half at least of each team sheet is going to end up on the big stage in South Africa.
Whatever the reasons, there’s no shortage of demand for any of the four – an Arsenal signed shirt; a Chelsea signed shirt; a Manchester United signed shirt; or a Liverpool signed shirt. And the one place a fan is guaranteed to get one, a real one, is in Kent. Autographs Store has done it again.
Autographs Store is a Kent based supplier of sports memorabilia. Their range of signed football shirts is all delivered free of charge.