What led you to C&C?

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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by tacocorp10 » Fri Dec 09, 2016 3:03 pm

What led me here? Winged Wheel Podcast!

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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by Hwood98 » Sat Nov 25, 2017 7:09 am

Have no clue actually. On my first break though I won a spot on the #8000.
Enjoying seeing all the cards from the vids though. Hope to get a great hit soon.

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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by ipv6freely » Thu Dec 14, 2017 5:46 pm

A link from /r/hockeycards on reddit.
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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by creasecollector » Sun Jun 10, 2018 3:05 pm

ipv6freely wrote:
Thu Dec 14, 2017 5:46 pm
A link from /r/hockeycards on reddit.
Nice! :)
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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by itrocdaj » Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:47 pm

As I was starting to get back into the hobby, I heard an advertisement on local radio station 570News one morning. Perfect! The only way it could have been more old school was if I found a listing in the yellow pages.
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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by Blueshirts_30 » Sat Aug 18, 2018 9:05 am

I was first getting into hockey cards and i saw some videos on youtube and im like cool. Then I start to get more interested into cnc and i've now been coming for the past two-three years

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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by creasecollector » Mon Aug 20, 2018 11:45 am

Blueshirts_30 wrote:
Sat Aug 18, 2018 9:05 am
I was first getting into hockey cards and i saw some videos on youtube and im like cool. Then I start to get more interested into cnc and i've now been coming for the past two-three years
Awesome !
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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by creasecollector » Mon Aug 27, 2018 7:29 pm

itrocdaj wrote:
Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:47 pm
As I was starting to get back into the hobby, I heard an advertisement on local radio station 570News one morning. Perfect! The only way it could have been more old school was if I found a listing in the yellow pages.
Ha! That's perfect. Welcome aboard !
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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by Fultoncards » Sun Jan 20, 2019 12:59 pm

For one, HammerHawks invited me to the C&C Forum. But, I had watched C&C box breaks. One of the main reasons I began a social media presence under the name Fultoncards was to build a brand around pushing back against group breaks, high-end razzes, and a unilateral fixation on hits and a narrow subset of superstars.

I believe the hobby should value the storied history of a team game, common cards of players who fought their entire lives to be up in The Show, and the broadest range of card brands at affordable price points. Joining C&C is also an opportunity to better understand how others see the hobby evolving. But, I am mostly here to share my sentimental attachment to the hobby - and the community - independent of card monetary value.
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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by HammerHawks » Mon Jan 28, 2019 5:13 pm

Fultoncards wrote:
Sun Jan 20, 2019 12:59 pm
For one, HammerHawks invited me to the C&C Forum. But, I had watched C&C box breaks. One of the main reasons I began a social media presence under the name Fultoncards was to build a brand around pushing back against group breaks, high-end razzes, and a unilateral fixation on hits and a narrow subset of superstars.

I believe the hobby should value the storied history of a team game, common cards of players who fought their entire lives to be up in The Show, and the broadest range of card brands at affordable price points. Joining C&C is also an opportunity to better understand how others see the hobby evolving. But, I am mostly here to share my sentimental attachment to the hobby - and the community - independent of card monetary value.
Glad to have you here! Hope you enjoy it!
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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by creasecollector » Mon Jan 28, 2019 10:08 pm

Fultoncards wrote:
Sun Jan 20, 2019 12:59 pm
For one, HammerHawks invited me to the C&C Forum. But, I had watched C&C box breaks. One of the main reasons I began a social media presence under the name Fultoncards was to build a brand around pushing back against group breaks, high-end razzes, and a unilateral fixation on hits and a narrow subset of superstars.

I believe the hobby should value the storied history of a team game, common cards of players who fought their entire lives to be up in The Show, and the broadest range of card brands at affordable price points. Joining C&C is also an opportunity to better understand how others see the hobby evolving. But, I am mostly here to share my sentimental attachment to the hobby - and the community - independent of card monetary value.
Nice ! I've seen some of your IG posts and they are really great. Love your older box breaks. Classics.
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Re: What led you to C&C?

Post by Fultoncards » Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:58 pm

I have friends in Denmark who use the platform. When I visited them, they invited me to a professional Danish hockey game. At the game they asked me whether a break on your platform was worth it. I also have watched many of your breaks on YouTube, to better research products.

I do breaks on YouTube as a Show and Tell - aka review - of products, mostly to explain pack odds and the deep, inclusive history of our game. I also love comparative statistics of players. You have a really large, engaged community. I think it is a nice home to discuss how we can make the hobby more communal, informed and sentiment-based, as opposed to fixating on card monetary value.
SUBSCRIBE to Fultoncards on YouTube for FREE hockey cards. I do box breaks, recaps and reviews of affordable retro and vintage cards. And I give cards away!

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