Look, we're just going to come right out and say it: We want more people to follow the Panini America Twitter account. And we're not afraid to use cardboard bribes, either.
Look, we’re just going to come right out and say it: We want more people to follow the Panini America Twitter account. And we’re not afraid to use cardboard bribes, either.
So in the spirit of giving and receiving this holiday season, here’s our proposal: From now until, well, the forseeable future, we’re going to award one of the 15 sweet cards below to a randomly selected Twitter follower every time we gain 50 new ones.
Right now we’re at 828 followers. We’ll start awarding prizes once we’ve reached 850, then again at 900, then 950, then 1,000, then 1,500 and so on. Oh, and all followers are eligible, not just the new ones.
But don’t follow us just to win cool cards (although that is one option); follow us because Twitter is one of the first places to get breaking Panini America news (like who signed last night, new-product sneak peeks, the first video box breaks, contests and more). It’s also a great way to keep up with all current events.
By all means, follow us if you don’t already. And if you do, well, re-Tweet this to all your friends and encourage them to follow us, too. And above all else, have a tremendous holiday season.
9 Replies to “Twas the Night to Grow Twitter . . .”
just signed up on twitter .
Much appreciated, Juan.
From all cards presented, I think The Raymond Berry really simple and so, so, … This card is a real pleasure for everyone who collect cards; an hommage to a player.
Just signed up on twitter therealal1m
Happy Holidays to you, Scott Prusha, Mr.Warsop and the crew at Panini America. And to your families as well.
Be safe this festive season
Did a write up about this on my blog. Thanks for the cool contest.
Much appreciated, Ian.
Just started following you guys…great idea to do a contest!
Thank you. We appreciate the follow.
I won! Sweet, if you read this and think ya whatever… allow me to qute K.G (Kevin Garnet) “anythings posssibbllle, anything is posible”