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Meet Packers players with Packer Fan Tours

Posted Nov 11, 2013

MEET PACKERS PLAYERS WITH PACKER FAN TOURS 

PACKER FAN TOURS has TWO great ways for you to meet players!  The ULTIMATE way to attend a Packers Home Game and get the FULL Packers Weekend experience is with a PACKER FAN TOURS “GOLD PACKAGE”, which includes the PFT PLAYER AUTOGRAPH RECEPTIONEnjoy lodging at the beautiful TUNDRA LODGE, the famous PFT Tailgate Party, great souvenirs, all transfers, game tickets and attend the Packer Player Autograph Reception on the night before the game, a unique feature of PFT.  Enjoy food and beverages while you meet players, get autographs and photos with them and get insight on the next day’s game direct from the players. AND every Gold Package purchase gets a FREE Packers item that you can have the players sign, or you can bring your own item! The PFT Player Reception can ALSO be added to ANY other PACKER FAN TOURS Game Package, as well as purchased separately.  

Another great way to meet and hang out with players is the Annual PACKER FAN TOURS “PACKERS RESORT VACATION”.  The 2014 version in February takes you to a luxurious all-inclusive resort in Puerto Vallarta with FIVE players, where you will join them on a multitude of sessions and adventures. For DETAILS on the PLAYER RECEPTION and the PACKERS RESORT VACATION, CLICK HERE.
 
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