The new deck of Heroes Trading Cards 2021 series, is the latest collection of full-color, comic-quality trading cards from the Florida nonprofit foundation Positivity Pays.
The deck includes both local notables and heroes from around the nation. Each card is individually created by local artist/illustrator CaloArt (Carlos Ampudia).
The “Heroes” included in the 2021 series are:
The Positivity Pays team is led by musician, motivational speaker and social media maven Ramon “Absoloot” Robinson and his partner, creative entrepreneur and consultant Brandon Freeny.
The nonprofit foundation creates content that highlights the unsung heroes in our community and beyond who are quietly and significantly affecting change and providing strong role models for young people.
This includes graphic novels and children’s books with uplifting messages and relatable, motivational heroes of color.
“We noticed that kids today look up to the rappers, the sports stars, high-profile celebrities,” says Robinson. “Positivity Pays wants to spotlight the success of the heroes in our community and beyond who may not be famous, but they are making a difference, like the attorneys, business owners and yes, library directors.
We want to find the people who do amazing things and are creating a blueprint for success for our youth.”
“I am so honored to have been selected as one of this year’s “Heroes,” says Watson. “Leading by example is one of the best ways to serve our community, and Positivity Pays has given me an amazing platform to do so.”
The 2021 Community Heroes Trading Card Series is the second of its type from Postivity Pays, which also produced a Black History Month Trading Card series in February 2020. Those featured 28 trading cards profiling prominent and inspirational African American men and women of South Florida, with a new card released each day in February.
The 2021 Community Heroes Trading Cards series are available now on PositivityPays.com. To cover printing and production costs, the cards are $14.99 per set and $1.99 for individual cards.
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