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Greg Hardy,will be signing autographs,Friday dec 21 from 4-6 pm at saavy spaces furniture store.Address is 11410 carolina place parkway in pineville .$10.00 per autograph and he is giving you a 8x10 pic with his white contacts in.Just passing along the info

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Neat.

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Got his for free at the Giants game. Pregame, was one of few Panthers fans compared to a thousand Giants fans.

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I want one!!! If somebody here is going let me know.

Thanks

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lol at cam's being $100

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If anyone is going please let me know. I live in CT so obviously can't get it but will give you the money through pay pal! Thanks!

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whens cam going to do a public signing

He had one over the summer, IIRC. And it cost $100.

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