I began collecting all types of non-sport cards around 1990 and after about 10 years, concentrated mostly on promotional cards. The publication of Todd Jordan's Promo Card Encyclopedia inspired me to catalog and database my collection. This website not only allows me to have easy access to my collection but also to share it.
This site is dedicated to the hobby of collecting promotional trading cards and there are currently 1,339 pages to view 7,442 cards, front and back. Just like Todd, I have separated many of them into categories. The vast majority of cards promote trading card sets, with a few promoting movies, books, comic books, etc. I just added a section highlighting offer cards, which are usually included in packs but are not specifically promos or part of the set. A few months back I completed my Collectible Card Game section, with much help from the Encyclopedia, and moved hundreds of cards into a new Product Premiums section. Where a particular promo card came from a sealed pack or a magazine, I have tried to include a picture. All cards were scanned from my personal collection. I assume that all ages will use this site so mature images have been "covered" for that purpose. If you find any of these images offensive, please turn off your internet.
Most cards are listed alphabetically, however, I have combined some larger groups under their subjects such as DC Comics, Marvel, Stargate, Star Trek and Star Wars. For example, Batman and Superman are located under DC Comics while X-Men, Iron Man and Avengers are located under Marvel. There are a few obscure sports or mixtures of sports and non-sports that were generally marketed within the non-sport audience such as Wrestling and Auto Racing. Also there are a couple of football and baseball promotional cards that were drawn by comic book artists such as FaniMation. There is a Toys section to show toys that have promo cards inserted, and a Books section that includes books and magazines that either include promo cards inside or are written about nonsport promo cards. Anything listed as a Sell Sheet is a plain paper flyer type advertisement.
I also collect Bazooka Joe Comics which you can see at www.bazookajoecomics.com