No other professional sports franchise in North America has a greater connection to its community than the Green Bay Packers. That’s because the team is owned by a corporation—Green Bay Packers, Inc.—in which every single citizen of Green Bay, WI, is a shareholder. And Lambeau Field is their boardroom. Built in 1957 and named after the team’s founder, Curly Lambeau, the stadium seats 73,128 people, which is about 75% of the population of the entire city. You know the stadium you are walking…

No other professional sports franchise in North America has a greater connection to its community than the Green Bay Packers. That’s because the team is owned by a corporation—Green Bay Packers

No other professional sports franchise in North America has a greater connection to its community than the Green Bay Packers. That’s because the team is owned by a corporation—Green Bay Packers, Inc.—in which every single citizen of Green Bay, WI, is a shareholder. And Lambeau Field is their boardroom. Built in 1957 and named after the team’s founder, Curly Lambeau, the stadium seats 73,128 people, which is about 75% of the population of the entire city. You know the stadium you are walking…

No other professional sports franchise in North America has a greater connection to its community than the Green Bay Packers. That’s because the team is owned by a corporation—Green Bay Packers

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Donald Driver.

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My Kind of Religion

Every Green Bay Packers fan worth his/her salt knows St. Wearing his holy garb, he can be seen in his low-level end-zone seats, along with his cheese-bra

Linebacker Ray Nitschke's 66 is one of only five numbers retired by ...

Ray Nitschke spent 15 seasons with the Packers and won the MVP award in the 1962 NFL Championship Game

Linebacker Ray Nitschke's 66 is one of only five numbers retired by ...

Ray Nitschke spent 15 seasons with the Packers and won the MVP award in the 1962 NFL Championship Game

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