The Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour's eighth year came to a close after a 691-mile trek through Wisconsin and Iowa. See what the traveling party had to say about the tour coming to an end. More than $300,000 was raised collectively for the benefitting charities.
While the players continued demanding push-ups for lost card games, the Tailgate Tour made stops at Challenge Academy and Fennimore High School, before heading to the tailgate party at Tomah Recreation Park.
Day three of the 2013 Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour continued its southbound push. The group played Bingo with senior citizens, helped build a playground in Monroe, and held a tailgate party in Dubuque, Iowa.
Day two of the 2013 Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour featured surprise visits to three schools. One of the stops was at the Wisconsin School for the Deaf, where the group discussed teamwork and giving back to the community. The day ended with a sold-out tailgate party in Beloit.
The first day of the eighth annual Packers Tailgate Tour saw visits to multiple schools, a children's hospital, and an evening tailgate party in Oshkosh. Randall Cobb raced a high school student on foot. The results were up for debate.
Green Bay Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy announced the eighth annual Tailgate Tour and answered questions in the Lambeau Field Atrium on Wednesday, February 6. This year’s tour includes a stop in Iowa for the first time, in addition to four Wisconsin stops, to visit with fans and thank them in person for their support.
The seventh Packers Tailgate Tour concluded on a high note Saturday night at a very successful tailgate party in Door County. There were also some funny moments on the bus ride home.
The Tailgate Tour's fourth day saw stops at a high school, playing with kids at an elementary school, and a tailgate party in Cedarburg. William Henderson also showed off his singing skills.
The 'Packers Tailgate Tour' ended up in Kenosha Thursday evening after stops at a children's hospital, high school, and assisted living home. Mason Crosby kicked a field goal, Marco Rivera did the salsa (again), and Jordy Nelson raced a student (again).
Day two of the 'Tailgate Tour' wrapped up after stops at West Salem High School, the 115th Fighter Wing Air National Guard, and a tailgate party in Madison.