Panini America’s 2014 NHL Player of the Day Promotion

Panini America’s 2014 NHL Player of the Day Promotion


Beginning in February, every time a collector purchases a pack of Panini America NHL trading cards at more than 450 hobby shops across the U.S. and Canada they may be one step closer to spending the day with an NHL player.

Panini America and the NHLPA are once again sponsoring the Panini NHL Player of the Day hobby shop promotion that runs from February 1 through March 30, 2014. And to culminate the promotion, one lucky collector will get the chance to spend a day with an NHL player, including a private party at their home for their friends and family plus an autograph session at their local hobby shop for the entire community. To find a list of participating hobby shops, collector can visit the Panini NHLPOD Hobby Shop Locator at

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Panini America’s 2014 NHL Player of the Day Promotion
Panini is an Italian company headquartered in Modena, Italy, named after the Panini brothers who founded it in 1961. The company produces books, comics, magazines, stickers, trading cards and other items through its collectibles and publishing subsidiaries. Panini distributes its own products, and products of third party providers. Panini maintains a Licensing Division to buy and resell licences and provide agency for individuals and newspapers seeking to purchase rights and comic licences. Through Panini Digital the company uses voice-activated software to capture football statistics, which is then sold to agents, teams, media outlets and video game manufactures.
New Media operates Panini’s on-line applications, and generates income through content and data sales. Forming a partnership with FIFA in 1970, Panini published its first FIFA World Cup sticker album for the 1970 World Cup. Since then, collecting and trading stickers has become part of the World Cup experience, especially for the younger generation. In 2017, a complete 1970 World Cup Panini sticker album signed by Pelé sold for a record £10,450.