So I’m back in the Autograph Acquisitions area of Panini America HQ earlier today and I can’t help but notice the flurry of activity surrounding a slew of white boxes stacked neatly across two eight-foot white tables. Clearly, the team back there was carefully, strategically preparing to send out a new program for on-card autographs.
Turns out it was the hot-off-the-presses Rookie Cards, Memorabilia Rookie Cards, parallels and Printing Plates that will drive 2012 Prime Signatures Football when it releases later this year. It was the first time I’d seen live cards from the redesigned Prime Signatures release. Even without the autographs, the cards blew me away.
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