The misadventures of pals Ricky, Julian and Bubbles to become trading card NFTs on WAX.

License Global

February 9, 2022

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New digital trading card and asset creation company, NFTNT, has announced a multi-year licensing deal with “Trailer Park Boys” to release trading card NFTs based on the Canadian franchise. 

“Trailer Park Boys” is a documentary-style comedy about the inhabitants of Sunnyvale Trailer Park, in Nova Scotia, Canada. The show follows the exploits of Sunnyvale's residents, Ricky, Julian and Bubbles, as they attempt to make money through various greasy (and mostly illegal) get-rich-quick schemes.  

“With 20 years of content to explore, and an international die-hard fan base, we can’t wait to further immortalize some of the funniest moments in entertainment history,” says Mike Broughton, president, NFTNT. “It’s most important to pay fitting homage to the ‘Trailer Park Boys’ brand of humor in ways that fans and collectors have not had the opportunity to explore.”  

NFTNT plans to engage customers of the brand multiple times a month, and even plans to bring high-end collectors experiences, including video clips, as part of the deal. The first “Trailer Park Boys” Trading Card NFT’s are expected to drop this month. 

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