Not really. Most snowboarders aren't going to give a shit about graphics enough to just "collect" a board, especially without any details about the construction of the board. If you're trying to make some cash off of it you will have better luck with die-hard Walking Dead fan boys. If the price is right, maybe you will find a snowboarder who is a fan and wants to buy the board, but I doubt they would drop serious money on it.
Based on the card included with the snowboard, it was made by Promotional Boards ( promotionalboards - Home Page ). It has a Hybrid V-2 construction and the specs (in cm) are:
Board Size - 155
Contact Length - 118
Nose/Tail Width - 29.4
Waist Width - 25.4
Recommended weight in LBS is 130 - 175
There is a kit included to hang the snowboard on a wall if the chosen use is as a display piece.
Part of the text on the card reads:
"Our team of riders and engineers took the best aspects of our cap and sidewall snowboards to create our Hybrid V-2. Its unique design makes it exceptional for learning, yet technical enough for the most advanced rider. Whether you ride in the park, halfpipe, or charge the groomers, this all mountain board was designed to handle it all and keep up with you. Congratulations, you have arrived."