Panini's Tracy Hackler takes back seat to real rock star

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We all know Beckett Media’s Panini America‘s Tracy Hackler acts like a box-busting rock star, but on Monday he took a back seat to a real rock star, Jonathan Cook lead singer for Forever The Sickest Kids.

Cook, who is a collector and Dallas Cowboys fan, is the nephew of Panini America’s Ted Barker (working the camera). He sat down with Hackler to open a box of 2010 Epix football cards for what you’ll find above.

What will they find inside? Watch and find out …

And if you’re not familiar with FTSK, you might have seen this video for their biggest hit so far on MTV or on heavy rotation awhile back.

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  1. Posted Tuesday October 26th, 2010 at 11:15 PM | Permalink

    Theres nothing worse then bad cards, and bad music…
    Well yeah there is I just won’t mention it.

    Ill take some Black Crowes, and a case of 2006 Allen & GInter..

    Good day sir..

  2. Posted Wednesday October 27th, 2010 at 09:47 AM | Permalink

    When it said rock star, I thought the music would be rock. I think you meant pop star. Even the tags for this article list pop music.

  3. GH
    Posted Friday October 29th, 2010 at 09:24 AM | Permalink

    Beckett is a bunch of sell outs who just push Panini products that basically suck for the most part. Show me one review outside of your site that speaks highly of the garabage they put out.

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