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Trading Card Industry Tackles ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Individuals from throughout the trading card industry – and even groups of staff members from Upper Deck and Topps – have invested in the wildly successful ALS Ice Bucket Challenge during the past few weeks. As you would expect, the videos are priceless. The highlight so from an engagement perspective has been a head-to-head challenge [...]

Panini America and Broadway Joe create a memory-making experience

CLEVELAND | I went to the National Sports Collectors Convention seeking something memorable, but what I got on Saturday night was priceless.

Cardinals’ Michael Wacha talks baseball cards — and signing autographs left-handed if he has to

Michael Wacha and Cardinals prospects Oscar Taveras and Kolten Wong were on hand signing for Panini on Tuesday night at the start of its two-week Spring Training Road Trip to acquire the ink of top newcomers and selected MLB veterans for its upcoming products.

A roller coaster to cardboard: Panini America’s Alex Carbajal trades baseball career for card career

About a decade ago, you might have found Alex Carbajal on a pitcher’s mound in Florida at Ed Smith Stadium wearing a Sarasota Red Sox uniform. Now you can find him helping make hockey cards for Panini America.

A closer look at 2013 Prominence Football

Panini Prominence Football hit the hobby shelves this week.

First Look: 2013 Elite Football

Panini is matching old and new with 2013 Elite Football, the company’s third announced product of the upcoming card season.

Panini’s Black Friday promotion is back

Panini America is bringing back its Black Friday Promotion.

Panini signs Andrew Luck to exclusive autograph, memorabilia deal

Panini America has added another star to its lineup.

Panini unveils plans for Kobe Bryant set

If you wanted to see more of Kobe Bryant on basketball cards next season, Panini America is the place to look.

Triple Play focuses on fun, kids … will it work?

Kids are the focus in the upcoming 2012 Triple Play baseball card set, which arrives on July 23 with all kinds of surprises.

Collector says meeting Kobe was ‘time of our lives’

When Nick Gauder opened a pack of Panini America’s 2010-11 Gold Standard basketball cards, he found something that could have made him very rich from a cash perspective.

Box Busters: 2011-12 Panini Preferred

Join Beckett Basketball’s Rob Springs and Chris Olds as they rip into a pair of 2011-12 Panini Preferred basketball boxes in this latest edition of Box Busters.

Behold: 2011 National Treasures Football

By Andrew Tolentino | Football Editor Perhaps Panini‘s experience at football’s premiere event  (ahem … the freaking Super Bowl) took their gridiron game to the next level — or maybe this is just the latest and greatest National Treasures release. The company recently released a jaw-dropping gallery featuring the premium pieces and dramatic details from [...]

Panini America signs licensing deal with National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Panini America has taken the next step toward covering all of Major League Baseball on its baseball cards as it signed a multi-year licensing deal with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

Box Busters: 2011 Gridiron Gear

Beckett Football’s Dan Hitt and Andrew Tolentino tear into a box of Panini’s 2011 Gridiron Gear release. Did they pull a pull-out autograph from the break?

Voices from the Expo: Extra Meaty Edition

After sampling our fair share of his product, Panini America’s Chris Reed and I had the pleasure of ripping into a few packs with the 15-year Expo veteran.

FIRST LOOK: 2011 Totally Certified Football

Totally Certified will have 236 cards in the set: 100 base cards, 50 Immortals, 50 Freshman Phenoms and 36 Freshman Fabric rookies with on-card autographs.

FIRST LOOK: 2011 Prime Signatures Football

For collectors looking for autographs, 2011 Prime Signatures Football seems to be the place to turn.

Panini adds Super Bowl pylons to Black Friday

Black Friday is a shopper’s dream with bargains galore at every mall and major department store.

Will there be a next year for NBA cards?

While the NFL’s lockout robbed us of some meaningless training camp reports while the football card printing presses kept on a rolling with all the veterans and the newest rookies, the NBA is quite a different story.