Hockey card collectors and non-collectors flocked to hobby shops on March 3 to take advantage of National Hockey Card Day.
In an extremely popular event, Upper Deck will once again be celebrating National Hockey Card Day by giving away free packs of hockey cards at participating hobby shop dealers. The event will be held Feb. 16 in the U.S. and Feb. 9 in Canada.
Upper Deck’s traditional National Hockey Card Day is a huge hit in Canada. Now the popular promotion is coming to the U.s. in February through UD’s Diamond Dealers.
In celebration of "National Hockey Card Day" on Jan. 30, 2010, the Upper Deck Company is preparing to give away hundreds of thousands of exclusive "National Hockey Card Day" NHL® trading card packs for free throughout Canada. Once again, Canadian hobby shops and mass retailers are invited to take part in this historic hockey trading card promotion, which is now in its second year and remains exclusive to Canada.
Upper Deck is organizing a National Hockey Card Day promotion for several hundred hobby and retail stores.
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