2012 FPC: Cincinnati Reds

This is my team. As news began breaking that Joey Votto had signed a long-term deal with the club, I received my requested Cincinnati Reds fan pack in the mail. And wow…what a fan pack it is! A couple of schedules, four stickers, a set of baseball cards, a necklace, and a frame-able Sparky Anderson painting! This is how you do fan packs, folks.

Here’s their score:
The inclusion of pocket schedule(s) = 1 point (two schedules, featuring Brandon Phillips)
Stickers = 4 (two of each different design)
Trading cards = 29 (the entire team set that was given away at GABP last year)
High-quality promotional items = 2 (Sparky Anderson 8.5×11 artwork that will be hanging on my wall soon, and a necklace that has a flashing light on it)
Other stuff = 0
Timeliness = 10 points
TOTAL SCORE = 46 POINTS

Fantastic. Write them a nice letter and see what they send you!

About JT

Christian. Husband. Dad. 911 dispatcher. Baseball fan. Horror nut. Music nerd. Bookworm. Time Magazine's 2006 Person of the Year.

Posted on April 4, 2012, in baseball, baseball cards and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thanks so much for this info! I am a Huge Reds fan and wrote to them today, I had no idea about fan packs and stumbled across your page. Do you go to many games? I live in Lexington KY and try to attend at least 4 a year.

    • Shane, we do try to get to a few games each year, but not as many as I would like. If you have not been to the Reds Hall of Fame yet, it is definitely worth a visit.

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