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Packers offer fans chance to win custom jersey through Father’s Day sweepstakes

Posted Jun 9, 2014

The Packers are offering fans the chance to win a custom jersey from the Packers Pro Shop and other prizes in celebration of Father’s Day.

Now through Saturday, June 14, fans can sign up for the sweepstakes by visiting http://pckrs.com/dads.

One first prize winner will receive a custom “#1 Dad” Green Bay Packers jersey and a $50 Packers Pro Shop gift card. One second place winner will receive a Green Bay Packers men’s watch.

Contestants must be 18 years or older to be eligible and may only enter once. Additional entries may be gained by sharing the sweepstakes on social media sites or via email. The contest will run from June 9 to June 14, 2014. The winner will be notified on June 16, 2014.  A complete list of sweepstakes rules can be found online at http://nfl.packers.com/fan_zone/contests/fathers-day-sweepstakes/rules/.

 

 
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