McFarlane Toys to Exhibit at Topps Card Show in Miami for Super Bowl XLI; NFL's Defensive Player of the Year Jason Taylor Featured
McFarlane Toys will attend the Topps Super Bowl XLI Card Show 2007 at The NFL Experience Built By The Home Depot in South Florida. McFarlane Toys will be present Thursday, Feb. 1 through Sunday, Feb. 4. The event will be held adjacent to Dolphin Stadium.
Hours for the event are:
- Thursday, Feb. 1, 3:00pm - 10:00pm
- Friday, Feb. 2, 3:00pm - 10:00pm
- Saturday, Feb. 3, 10:00am - 10:00pm
- Sunday, Feb. 4, -- GAME DAY, 11:00am Open only to Super Bowl XLI ticket holders
The award-winning action figure company will be selling the exclusive McFarlane's Sports Picks figure, which has become a major draw for fans at events around the country. Since debuting at the 2003 Topps Super Bowl Show in San Diego, McFarlane's exclusives have been tremendously popular at every sporting event attended. This year's McFarlane's Sports Picks event exclusive is:
-- Jason Taylor, Miami Dolphins, DE No. 99 in teal jersey with white pants.
Production is limited to 5,000 pieces. Additionally, due to the highly collectible nature of this product, McFarlane Toys set 4 figures per-person limit. Product availability is not guaranteed. The Taylor exclusive has a $15 price point including tax. Cash and VISA are the only payment options at the show.
On Friday, Jan. 5, Taylor was named the NFL's prestigious Defensive Player of the Year. The defensive end who sometimes lines up at linebacker or inside had 62 tackles, 131/2 sacks, 14 quarterback hurries, two interceptions -- both returned for TDs -- 11 passes defensed, 10 fumbles forced and two fumbles recovered, making Taylor a takeaway machine.
The NFL Experience Built By The Home Depot is an interactive theme park offering games, displays and entertainment attractions. The NFLX officially kicks off on January 27 (10am-10pm) and 28 (10am-8pm), although McFarlane Toys will not be present till Thursday, February 1. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children age 12 and under. For more information about Super Bowl XLI, visit http://www.superbowl.com