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Packers Annual Meeting of Shareholders set for July 24

Posted May 7, 2014

The Green Bay Packers 2014 Annual Meeting of Shareholders will be held Thursday, July 24, at 11 a.m., at Lambeau Field. The meeting will take place rain or shine.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming our shareholders to Lambeau Field for the Annual Meeting and to see the newest developments with the renovation of the Atrium, including the new Packers Pro Shop, reconfigured Harlan Plaza and new East Gate,” said Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy.

The formal notice of the Annual Meeting, including proxy materials, will be sent in mid-June. The organization again is recommending that shareholders receive their materials via email and subsequently vote online, as it is the most sustainable and resource-friendly method. Shareholders can register for this process online at www.packersowner.com.

Shareholders planning on attending the meeting will be issued four tickets for each shareholder account, including accounts that have a joint or custodial registration. Shareholders receiving meeting materials electronically will be able to access print-at-home tickets upon voting their shares. Shareholders who receive their meeting information via standard mail will receive printed tickets in that same mailing.

Information about the Annual Meeting, which will be updated as the date approaches, also can be found online at www.packers.com/community/shareholders.html or www.packersowner.com

The Packers also are asking shareholders who have not received any communications from the organization in the last 12 months to contact shareholder services to update their address, including street and email addresses. Shareholder services can be reached via telephone at 855-8GO-PACK (855-846-7225) or email at shareholderservices@packers.com. Information is also online at www.packersowner.com.

 
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