Cassius Marsh

Business Description

Cash Cards Unlimited (CCU) was founded by Cassius Marsh, a veteran NFL linebacker who has always had a passion for Trading Cards Games. CCU officially opened for business in February 2021. CCU’s main store is located in Thousand Oaks, California with a warehouse in Westlake Village, California. We also have an online store that is hosted by Shopify and a team of live streaming salespersons on TikTok Live and Fanatics Live. Mainstream trading cards, collectibles, and memorabilia are our main products.

Mr. Marsh’s passion for the industry stems from growing up collecting trading cards and playing popular trading card games such as Pokemon, Yugioh, and Magic the Gathering. As the first NFL football player to endorse Magic the Gathering he has built a reputable brand within the Trading Card Industry and secured relationships with its Largest companies (Wizards of the Coast, Pokemon, Fanatics, Ebay, Tiktok, and many more.)

CCU sells the Top trading card brands and provides an exclusive inventory of the rarest cards in the industry. We also offer services to source anything you can imagine through our owner (Mr. Marsh’s) vast connections within the industry.

Our goal is to be a one stop shop for all Trading Card needs and desires in three main capacities. We will have stores in premier locations providing an elevated experience similar to shopping at Louis Vuitton, Versace, Saint Laurent. Our online store will constantly offer great deals to reach customers across the country and the globe. Finally, our live streams will create a real community with thousands of people through powerful social media platforms such as Tiktok, Youtube, and Fanatics Live.

Cash Cards Unlimited

215 N. Moorpark rd
Suite GThousand Oaks , CA91360
Year Formed: 2021

Contact Information

Cassius Marsh Sr., CEO
(805) 791-0752

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Playing Career

Seattle Seahawks (2014)
New England Patriots (2017)
San Francisco 49ers (2017-2018)
Arizona Cardinals (2019)
Seattle Seahawks (2019)
Indianapolis Colts (2020)
Jacksonville Jaguars (2020)
Pittsburgh Steelers (2020)
Chicago Bears (2021)
Pittsburgh Steelers (2021)