Jim Davis -- #1 Cracker Jack Site!
*** 1999 Alphabet26 Cracker Jack Award recipient
Open a Cracker
Jack Box and what will you find? Jim Davis and a surprise
in every corner. The 1999 Alphabet26 Cracker Jack Award
goes to Jim Davis' Cracker Jack Box in
recognition of the most significant online contribution to the Cracker Jack
collecting hobby this year. This award is based on the presentation
and treatment of Cracker Jack prizes and collecting information on the Internet.
Congratulations, Jim, on such a fine accomplishment!
To learn more about The Alphabet26
Cracker Jack Award, see the related article on the
Alphabet26 Feature Page.
Jack and Bingo's Home
The official Cracker Jack site from the
Frito-Lay Company. Play games, learn Cracker Jack history, and see
the latest news and promotions from "the greatest snack ever made."
Also, visit the
website of Frito-Lay, Inc. - the makers
of Cracker Jack - to learn about the full line of Cracker Jack snack products
and product history.
Cracker Jack Collectors Association (CJCA)
This is the coolest group of people with whom I have ever been associated.
Click above to learn how the CJCA can enhance your collecting experience.
tips for beginning collectors of all ages, be sure to visit the
CJCA President Emeritus
Ann's the collector who got this Cracker
Jack group, the CJCA, started, but be careful -- her enthusiasm is contagious.
You will also learn what else she likes to collect. Pay attention
-- there's a quiz later.
Here is a collector whose Cracker Jack website
is really shaping up. Several articles and sources for Cracker Jack
collecting information are included. It is a good start for a collector's
site that promises to become an asset to the Cracker Jack collecting hobby.
Allegra Mitchell Mott's
Read the fascinating
story of how a young girl's collection of Cracker Jack prizes grew into a
lifelong hobby of collecting and creating miniatures with her husband. The
result was Mott's Miniature Museum located
at Knott's Berry Farm in California, which was visited by millions of people
until the museum closed in 1992.