I only found one Kellogg's card, the Eddie Murray card mentioned yesterday, in a search of dime boxes at a local show. I am usually too impatient to go through a box for 10 minutes at a show. The last time I did this a lot was when I bought a VIP pass at the National. Since I was at that event all day, I eventually found time to look at these bargain bins.
I picked up a bunch of oddball cards from the 70s and 80s including a few Hostess cards and some True Value cards.
There are 30 cards in the set, so I probably have a good number of them now. No complaints about opening this pack and getting a Cub and one of my favorite former Cubs.
I told my wife that I don't ever remember these cards being issued or how they were issued. She wasn't surprised and she responded by quickly showed me a honey-do list that has gotten longer all of the time. You can bet that if Home Depot, Ace Hardware or Lowe's ever produces a card set that I will never mention it at home.