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More Panini Fall Expo hockey card details revealed

Posted on 30th October 2012 by hockeymedia in Cards,Shows,The Want List | Tags:

NHLPanini America has unveiled more details regarding its Fall 2012 Sportcard & Memorabilia Expo promotion. Specifically, Panini America has revealed the “one-of-a-kind wrapper-redemption program” that will be distributed via special two-card foil packs. Collectors will receive one promo pack for every box they bust of 2012-13 Score and six packs for every box they bust of 2012-13 Certified.

“Panini America has once again created a must-have promotional set that includes Rookie Cards numbered to 399, unique memorabilia cards featuring hats and materials worn and used at the NHLPA Rookie Showcase, one-of-a-kind sketch cards, instant-win redemption cards good for autographed memorabilia and much, much more,” wrote Scott Prusha via the Panini America blog, The Knight’s Lance.

MORE FROM PANINI AMERICA
* A 25-card NHL base set featuring the top names in the league (with a focus on the Canadian market), including 10 Rookie Cards numbered to just 399.
* A 22-card Score Hot Rookies boasting a design taken directly from the landmark 1990 set and featuring players from all four of North America’s major sports. Each card in the Hot Rookies set, which was previewed in all of its glory last weekend right here on The Knight’s Lance, will be numbered to 399.
* An 18-card Rookie Materials insert featuring jerseys and hats worn by several rookies from the worlds of basketball, football and hockey.
* Tools of the Trade memorabilia cards of Chris Kreider embedded with huge swatches of towel Kreider used during the 2012 NHLPA Rookie Showcase.
* Additional scarce insert cards randomly inserted and numbered to either five or only one.
* The return of original 1/1 NHL Player Sketch Cards and autographed pieces of memorabilia distributed via instant-win redemption cards.

ABOUT THE SPORTCARD & MEMORABILIA EXPO
This year’s Fall 2012 Sportcard & Memorabilia Expo runs Nov. 9-11 at the Toronto International Centre in Mississauga, ON (just a few kilometres away from the Toronto Pearson International Airport). The show is billed as North America’s largest hockey collector’s show. For more information on the show, please visit sportcardexpo.com.

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