The Knight’s Lance Readers Respond

Panini America has been on the sending end of some monumental mail days in recent weeks. Luckily for us, a few of the fortuitous folks on the receiving end have been in the filming spirit and have captured their arrivals on video.

Panini America has been on the sending end of some monumental mail days in recent weeks. Luckily for us, a few of the fortuitous folks on the receiving end have been in the filming spirit and have captured their arrivals on video.

Take, for example, this first short clip submitted by Travis Paul of Big League Cards in Orlando, Fla. Paul was rolling tape when Big League customer Jake Jakob revealed the contents of the Black Box he won through a recent contest on The Knight’s Lance.

This second video clip, provided by Tom “The Ripper” Keya budding graphic designer, shows the same bust from a slightly different perspective:

And finally, we have this revealing submission from Virginia collector and lifelong Dallas Cowboys fan Scott Prince, who recently acquired the 2010 Playoff Contenders Golden Ticket of Tony Romo from Rick Rollar of The Dugout in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. As you’ll see, Prince turned the golden unveiling into a family affair:

On behalf of everyone here at Panini America, thanks to Key and Prince for sharing — and for keeping this whole collecting thing fun. If you have videos you’d like to share with the Panini America universe, by all means keep those submissions coming.

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4 Replies to “The Knight’s Lance Readers Respond”

  1. Way to go tracy hackler nice of you to put our video of the golden ticket moment of tony romo black box opening and the other moments of opening black boxes it was alot of fun for us to do the video and as sure it was fun for the others now the I have the golden ticket I want the football strike to be over and tony romo and the dallas cowboys win the superbowl this year and make my golden ticket be worth more than it is. also the golden ticket is fantasic really great looking card thanks to panini for making these and thanks to Rick Rollar from the dugout in pigeon forge tenn for selling it to me.

  2. The first video is actually filmed by me and which I posted on my Youtube channel (StarburyMatrix3). Toms video is the second one. And Jake’s Name is Jake Jakob

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