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Panini announces redemption plan for 2010 Fall Expo

By Susan Lulgjuraj | Contributing Editor

Panini America announced its plans for the 2010 Toronto Sportcard and Memorabilia Fall Expo, which starts Nov. 12.

Canada may be known as hockey country and Panini is doing what they can with the sport, but the company is not forgetting basketball or football.

Collectors will get a two-card Expo-exclusive pack for every five packs they open from Panini’s multisport roster of products or a full box of 2010-11 Score Hockey. The packs and boxes must be opened at the company’s booth.

See what you can get after the jump.

Hockey: A six-card redemption set geared around 2010-11 Donruss Hockey (limited to 500 copies), which includes two Rated Rookies (250 copies), two Ice Kings (250 copies) and seven autographed Rookie NHL Patch cards (limited to just 25 copies).

Randomly inserted into the packs will be autographs versions of Ryan Miller and Jonas Gustavsson base cards, Taylor Hall and Tyler Seguin Rated Rookies and Ray Borque Ice Kings.

Other autographs that could be found in the packs include Mario Lemieux, Patrick Roy, Steve Yzerman, Eric Staal, Joe Thornton and Steven Stamkos.

Football: NFL quarterbacks Sam Bradford and Tim Tebow will have cards randomly inserted into packs. These cards are limited to just five copies each. There is also the chance of getting autographs of Bradford and Tebow.

Basketball: Kobe Bryant, John Wall and Evan Turner autographs will find their way into packs on a limited basis. Wall and Turner will also have Donruss-inspired cards limited to just five copies.

Susan Lulgjuraj is a contributing editor for Beckett Media. You can email Susan here. Follow her on Twitter here.

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