Go Digital and Groovy... and Save Trees!
Have you inherited your Dad's trading card collection - ie. pieces of printed cardboard that come with a piece of gum that looks like it tastes like cardboard too? Well today's trading cards have evolved to include, wait for it... (cue bells and whistles), holograms and foil..! Wow, riveting isn't it. And the corporates complain that there has been a decline in demand..?
So if you are a groovy member of Generation Y who cares about your sports, are used to being stimulated on all levels and demand decent, multi-dimensional content, (ie. you like your MTV, Gameboy, PS2, music and video etc), then you need to Get Serious about your trading cards - literally!
Serious are the ever so clever and extremely contemporary people behind CD and DVD Trading Cardz TM - the hip, digital descendents of your dad's deforestating and now dust- collecting baseball cards! Stick a paper card into your PC/Mac/PS2/XBOX and what happens..? Diddly squat, that's what, except that you get a bill for repairs. Stick one of the Serious cardz into your hardware and immediately welcome to stacks of interactive content all about your favourite sportsmen, that includes full screen action videos, bios, stats, photos, music, downloadables, trivia, games, email postcardz... you name it! With over 60 officially licensed cardz to collect in the debut releases for both the NFL and NBA and additional cardz promised throughout the season, what is there to wait for? News about the cardz is spreading like wildfire right now and they are hot among celebrities too, with Dick Stockton no less doing voiceovers on the NBA collection!
Coming soon - Manchester United DVD Trading Cardz - so get in touch with your inner Red Devil... and 2 billion other Northern Souls that make up Man U's worldwide TV audience!
So welcome, come and join the express train of shiny, happy people and get yourself a shiny new Cardz collection!
Want to join the fast lane? Do you love sports, have a high self esteem and expect bang for your buck? Of course you do! So come join the savvy in-crowd at http://www.serious.com and Get Serious!
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