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Panini Eternal to Honor Biggest Moments in Sports with On-Demand Collecting Platform

September 7, 2016

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Some of the most timeless moments in sports are about to become a whole lot more collectible. Today, Panini America, the world’s largest sports and entertainment collectibles company and the exclusive traditional trading card partner of the NFL and the NFLPA, will launch Panini Eternal, a new on-demand trading card platform that will deliver unique and rare trading cards honoring the most iconic accomplishments in sports history, special tributes and commemorations of past championships.

The new initiative launches today – just one day before the Denver Broncos host the Carolina Panthers in a Super Bowl 50 rematch to kickoff the 2016 NFL season – when Panini Eternal will pay tribute to former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning with trading cards that incorporate pieces of a game-used football from Super Bowl 50. The unique cards will be available to order on the Panini Eternal website for just 48 hours.

For all Panini Eternal offerings, there will be unnumbered regular versions as well as rare editions numbered to 99, 50, 25, 10, five and one. There also will be “base” versions of all cards that do not include pieces of game-used memorabilia. Card No. 2 in the series will be available on Friday.

“Just as trading cards themselves continue to evolve, so, too, do the ways in which they’re brought to market. Panini Eternal is on the cutting edge in both regards,” said Mark Warsop, Panini America CEO. “Panini Eternal is about capturing history — game-specific memorabilia from the milestone moments in sports – and sharing it directly with fans and collectors. There’s nothing else quite like it in the NFL collectibles arena and we’re excited to begin this landmark journey with a tribute to Peyton Manning, the Denver Broncos and Super Bowl 50.”

New Panini Eternal products will be offered throughout the year on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. September 7, 2016 11:37 am

    I hope you add the years before the Super Bowl for old collector’s like me, please.

  2. September 9, 2016 5:51 am

    Interesting new dimension to the on demand marketplace, adding rare memorabilia cards especially from specific games is quite appealing. Thanks Tracy!

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