Posted by Chris on July 9, 2012 at 10:37 AM CST
The official Send-In and Pre-Order autograph service for Celebration VI is now live. Fans who cannot make it to Orlando this August now have the option to send in their own item(s) to be autographed or to pre-order photos out of the Official Pix online store.

Official Pix Send-In Order:

For those wishing to send in their own items, Official Pix is accepting photos, lobby cards, posters, toys, cards, books, statues, etc. On over sized items or items more than 5 lbs, please inquire first.

Follow this link to place your Send-In order. Orders will be taken through July 24th and all Send-In items must be received by August 14th.

Official Pix Photo-Pick Pre-Order:

You can also browse the Official Pix online store and Pre-Order 8x10, 11x14, 10x20 and 16x20 photographs to be autographed by the attending guests. Another option is choosing from over 130 Celebration VI exclusive 8x10 lithographs that will be available at the show.

Follow this link to place your Photo-Pick Pre-Order. Orders will be taken through July 24th.

There is a strong possibility that certain guests may sell out due to their limited signing time during the show, so head on over and place your order now!
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