About The Event
Hot Stove Cool Music and the Foundation To Be Named Later are excited to bring you this online Personalized Autograph Experience featuring: Theo Epstein, Peter Gammons, Mike O'Malley and Bill Janovitz powered by IMAGE Meet and Greet Events.You don’t have to travel, adjust your busy schedule and you don't have to attend in person or worry about your place in line.
Just pre-purchase the item(s) you want signed from the selection provided below. Fill in the personalized greeting sections for your video and for the item being signed. You will receive a video of the participants signing your pre-purchased item and deliver a personal message to you, including an overhead camera picture-in-picture of the signing. After your item has been signed, the video of your Personalized Autograph Experience will be delivered via email! You can view and share this video with family, friends and your social networks. You will receive your signed items, a flash drive with your personalized video and certificate of authenticity by mail within a week of the event.It’s THAT easy!
There are a very limited number of experiences available and a limited number of each item. Once the set number of Personal Autograph Experiences or individual items are sold out, they will no longer be available. Place your order now, don’t miss out!
All items MUST BE PURCHASED by Friday Jan 11 at midnight EST. Each Item is unique and personalized. They must be purchased one at a time through the shopping cart process to ensure you receive the exact custom video greeting and autograph you ordered. Shipping and any special packaging is included in the purchase price.
About Hot Stove Cool Music
Hot Stove Cool Music is a biannual charity concert and musical variety show held in Boston in the winter and summer months. It also made its debut in Chicago in Summer 2012. The event was created in December of 2000 by Hall of Fame Baseball journalist Peter Gammons and former Boston Herald sports writer Jeff Horrigan. Over the past 12 years, Hot Stove Cool Music has become a staple on Boston’s entertainment calendar and has raised more than $5 Million for the Jimmy Fund and Theo and Paul Epstein’s Foundation To Be Named Later.
About Foundation To Be Named Later
Foundation To Be Named Later (FTBNL) was launched in Spring of 2005 by Paul Epstein, a social worker in the Brookline public school system, and his twin brother, former Boston Red Sox EVP and GM and current Chicago Cubs President of Baseball Operations, Theo Epstein. Named after the MLB trade term, player to be named later, the mission of FTBNL is to raise funds and awareness for non-profit agencies, working on the front lines, serving disadvantaged youth and families. FTBNL invests in programs that teach leadership, education and healthy development of families.