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Packers, Time Warner Cable Gear Up Fans For NFC Title Game With Free Packers Yard Signs

Posted Jan 19, 2011

15,000 Signs Available For Pick-Up Beginning Friday

The Green Bay Packers and Time Warner Cable are joining forces this week to help fans color the landscape Green and Gold by providing 15,000 Packers yard signs for pick-up at 13 Time Warner Cable locations throughout Wisconsin.

The joint promotion, which provides one free sign per person, is in preparation for the Packers’ appearance in the NFC Championship Game this Sunday against the division-rival Chicago Bears.

“Time Warner Cable is excited to partner with the Green Bay Packers to offer fans and customers another way to show their support for the team,” said Time Warner Cable Senior Director of Marketing Brenda Kinne.

“Whether through great products for the home viewer, like Start Over and Look Back or our long term sponsorship of the team, we are proud to connect fans to the Packers in this historic season.”

Fans can stop at any of the 13 locations Friday, Jan. 21, to pick up a Packers yard sign to show their team support.

The following locations include: Appleton Main Office (3520 E. Destination Dr.); Cedarburg/Grafton (W61 N529 Washington Ave.); Green Bay (2580 W. Mason St.); Kenosha (1403 Washington Rd.); Lake Geneva (156 E. Geneva Square); Marinette (3900 Hall Ave., Suite F); Milwaukee Metro (2323 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., Suite 1); Milwaukee – Time Warner Cable Mayfair Mall store (2500 N. Mayfair Rd.); Milwaukee – Time Warner Cable Southridge Mall store (5300 S. 76th St.); Oshkosh (1825 Witzel Ave.); Plymouth Cable Store (2209 Eastern Ave.); Racine (5212 21st St.); and West Allis (1511 S. 108th St.).

 
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