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Panini America’s Week in Review

February 13, 2011

Yeah, I guess you could say we had a pretty busy seven days at The Knight’s Lance. We had wall-to-wall Super Bowl coverage, an award-worthy Green Bay Packers collector, jaw-dropping galleries of upcoming Panini America products, celebrity box busts, a contest to reward one lucky collector with a 2010 Playoff Contenders Tim Tebow Rookie Ticket and an update on the men behind a Blake Griffin $32,000 National Treasures parallel card.

Oh, yeah, there was also that revolutionary how’d-they-do-that Bear Bryant hat video and major controversy surrounding the quality control process for 2010 Playoff Contenders Football.

So, just in case you missed any of our industry-leading coverage, well, here it is one more time:

Monday, February 7
World Premiere Gallery: 2010 Playoff Contenders Rookie Ticket Autographs

Tuesday, February 8
Panini Unwrapped . . . Starring Denver Broncos Pro Bowl Receiver Brandon Lloyd

Panini America on Location Video: Scenes from the 2011 Pop Warner Adrenalyn Bowl

Wednesday, February 9
Panini America on Location: That’s a Wrap from the Super Bowl XLV NFL Experience

Houndstooth Hat Trick: Turning one Classic Bear Bryant Collectible into 100 of Them

Quality Controlling 2010 Playoff Contenders Football (Gallery and Controversial Video)

Panini America January NBA Rookie of the Month: Blake Griffin

Thursday, February 10
‘Championship Card’ Winners Announced

Panini Unwrapped . . . Starring Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Kevin Kolb

Friday, February 11
The Men Behind Blake Griffin’s $32,000 Panini America Basketball Card

Saturday, February 12
Panini America PC Profile: Robert Sobon’s Championship-Worthy Packers Stash

Win Tim Tebow’s Historic 2010 Playoff Contenders Autographed Rookie Ticket

Sunday, February 13
Top NHL Announcers Get Regal Treatment in 2010-11 Panini Crown Royale Hockey

6 Comments leave one →
  1. WhenIsaySEA! permalink
    February 13, 2011 9:46 pm

    Very busy indeed! I for one have noticed TONS of great content this week. I know there are many of us who really enjoy all the behind the scenes stuff, the updates on new (and/or old) stuff, (especially the pictures!) and all the awesome giveaways. Keep it up! Its so refreshing to be a part of something that you truly love and be able to interact with everyone from the top, (producers) through the distributors, and on to the collector. I think having this outlet really brings Panini closer to the collector and helps them understand what collectors want. To Tracy, Scott, and all the others that make the Knight’s Lance happen, thank you, you guys are awesome!

    • February 13, 2011 10:11 pm

      Thanks for the kind words, Sarah. They mean the world to us. You, the collectors, are why we do what we do. Thanks for making it all possible.

    • John Kenney permalink
      February 14, 2011 6:01 am

      really couldn’t have said it better myself ….. it’s quite refreshing how the folks at Panini are interacting with their customer base, and collectors worldwide đŸ™‚ keep up the great work folks đŸ™‚

  2. February 14, 2011 1:46 pm

    What exactly was the resolution to this controversy? Did we ever figure out what the controversy was or did Panini abandon that gimmick?


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