Fabled philosopher Forrest Gump was fond of saying that "life was like a box of chocolates." Frankly, he could have just as easily said the same thing about life at Panini America. After all, from one week to the next you never know what you're going to get -- literally.
Fabled philosopher Forrest Gump was fond of saying that “life was like a box of chocolates.” Frankly, he could have just as easily said the same thing about life at Panini America. After all, from one week to the next you never know what you’re going to get — literally.
Last week alone, we received signatures — on cards, on stickers and on pieces of wood, paper and leather — from baseball and basketball Hall of Famers and NFL superstar rookies. We received a handful of manufactured NHL nameplates that will grace a future hockey product or two.
But I thought rather than telling you about many of last week’s arrivals, I would show you. So here’s a gallery of rich randomness showcasing signatures from the legendary likes of Carlton Fisk, Eddie Murray, Jim Palmer, Jim Rice, Bernard King and Isiah Thomas, as well as some entertaining inscriptions from New England Patriots first-year tight end Aaron Hernandez and an alphabet-busting assortment NHL rookie surnames.
Hey, like I said, you never know what you’re going to get. Which is why I can’t wait for next week.
5 Replies to “The Week That Was: Baseball Hall of Famers, Hockey Nameplates, Hoops Legends and NFL Rookie Inscriptions”
very nice mail week
This can only mean that there are some AWESOME Fisk cards ready to be made. Looking forward to some crazy hits!!!
Wow, this is really interesting! LOVE how you guys are taking us “behind the scenes” and showing how the product all goes together.
wow, Fisk has cleaned up his sig