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Packers Holiday Gift & Party Specials from Packer Fan Tours

Posted Dec 13, 2013

The Holidays are upon us and PFT still has great specials on GIFTS for the Packers Fanatic on your list and PARTY IDEAS to make your holidays special!  Check out our HOLIDAY SPECIALS, including Game and Ticket Packages, Packers Autograph Parties, Holiday Tailgate Parties, Gift Certificates and MORE, all at special prices.

Planning a holiday party for family, staff or friends?  Why not celebrate at a Packers game with PFT?  We can set you up for a festive gathering at the Steelers game (12/22/13).  Packages include a holiday pre-game tailgate party plus game tickets in your choice of game seating locations, including luxurious Club Seats or Private Suite seats.  Throw a holiday party to be remembered!

Hurry as special pricing is now in effect on all holiday gifts and party packages. CLICK HERE for a complete Gift and Party-Giving Idea List from your friends at PACKER FAN TOURS.
 
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