Panini’s 2014 Father’s Day Promotion Details

Panini’s 2014 Father’s Day Promotion Details

Panini Father's Day Promo 2014


Today, Panini America released details related to their annual Father’s Day Promotion. Widely considered by retailers to be one of the most successful manufacturer promotions, year-in and year-out, Panini has gone above and beyond to insure that 2014 is no different.

Retailers can order packs based on specific product orders. Contact your GTS Representative today to find out what products are eligible. Here is a look at some of the key highlights included in this year’s packs.

24 Card Base Set – Featuring the top names from the NFL, NBA, NHL and MLBPA

31-Card Rookie Set – Highlighting the top rookies from the 2014 NFL Draft as well as the NHL and MLBPA

12-Card Elements Insert Set – Showcasing compelling photography from extreme playing conditions or etched moments in time

NFL RC Memorabilia Cards – The first material cards from 2014’s NFL Draft Day. Cards feature swatches of hat worn on Draft Day.

Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) Patch Autograph Cards

Salute to Service Memorabilia Cards

NBA Combine Rookie Memorabilia Cards

NBA All-Stars Autographs – Signed ON-CARD!

World Cup Prizm Cards – #’d to 25

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Panini’s 2014 Father’s Day Promotion Details
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.