It’s become tradition over the last decade for fans attending the annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl to grab one last glimpse at the country’s top high school football players as well as a host of “where I’m going to college” declarations.
But those attending the 2010 edition on Jan. 9 in San Antonio will have the chance to grab something even better: Two of Tim Tebow’s first football cards.
To help celebrate the U.S. Army All-American Bowl’s 10th anniversary, Dallas-based Razor Entertainment has produced a special 100-card promotional set that will be distributed – via four-card packs – to all active military personnel and children under the age of 14. Included in that set will be two short-printed cards featuring Tebow during the 2006 game.
In addition, fans attending the game will have the opportunity to have their cards signed by participants of the 2010 edition in the Razor Autograph Zone on the field after the game.
Razor will release a more traditional pack-based trading card product incorporating photography from the 2010 game in late February.
— Tracy Hackler