SOURCE: Collectible Concepts

August 02, 2006 09:00 ET

Collectible Concepts Group Adds Project Manager for Armed Forces Mascots License

DOYLESTOWN, PA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 2, 2006 -- Collectible Concepts Group, Inc. (OTCBB: CCGI) announced today that Noah I. Sokoloff has joined the company with the primary responsibility of leading CCGI's marketing efforts for its Armed Forces mascots license.

Sokoloff graduated from Temple University's School of Communications with a focus on advertising. At Temple University, Sokoloff assumed several leadership roles, including executive creative director for Diamond Edge Communications, Temple's student-run advertising agency.

Paul Lipschutz, President of CCGI, said, "We are proud to have attracted someone of Noah's caliber to lead this exciting and worthy project for us."

CCGI signed a five-year renewable license deal in April of 2006 with Diann Wall-Wilson, the owner of the copyright designs of the United States Marine Bulldog, United States Army Mule, United States Navy Goat, the United States Air Force Falcon and the Coast Guard Otter.

Under the terms of the deal CCGI will produce and market its familiar Satin Scrolls, Table Flags, Outside Flags, Laser Etched Wood Plaques, Car Flags and other products already produced or distributed by CCGI.

About Collectible Concepts

Collectible Concepts Group, Inc. develops and markets unique licensed sports and entertainment collectible merchandise for specialty, mass retail and online distribution. Nationally recognized in direct response marketing, replica design, mass-market distribution and E-commerce marketing, Collectible Concepts and its products are renowned both for quality and authenticity. Licenses include over 25 colleges and universities, including: The National Basketball Association (NBA), The National Hockey League (NHL), Arena Football, and others. For more information, visit: or


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