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Packers preparing for Wednesday's Annual Meeting of Shareholders

Posted Jul 22, 2013

The Packers are preparing for the more than 17,000 Green Bay Packers shareholders who have requested tickets for the organization’s Annual Meeting, set for Wednesday, July 24, at 11 a.m. at Lambeau Field.

Shareholders are reminded that the parking lots and ticket windows open at 8 a.m. and gates to the stadium open at 9 a.m. The Atrium is open only to shareholders until 2 p.m., when the facility opens to the general public. The Miller Lite Gate at the north end of the stadium, and the Verizon Wireless Gate, on the stadium’s west side, will be utilized for the meeting. The Oneida Nation Gate is closed due to construction. Persons needing wheelchair positions will be located in wheelchair seating areas on the east side of the stadium. Shareholders that require the use of a wheelchair are asked to bring their own and are encouraged to use the Miller Lite Gate for entry.

Parking will be free in the Lambeau Field lot and is expected to fill up early. Limited ADA parking is available as well. Shareholders parking on neighborhood streets are reminded to follow the posted signs and normal regulations. Neighboring residents and businesses may be offering parking as well.

Following the meeting, self-guided tours of the New South End and the North Loft will be available to attendees, from 1 to 5 p.m.

The Packers are providing an exclusive webcast of the meeting for those shareholders who are unable to attend. The webcast can be accessed Wednesday online at packers.com/community/shareholders.html. Username and password details were provided to shareholders during the voting process and also appear on the information document that was mailed with the shareholder proxy. The live webcast will use Adobe Flash and will not be available on Apple iOS devices (iPhones and iPads).

In addition to attending the meeting at Lambeau Field, shareholders and their guests are encouraged to visit the Green Bay area’s many attractions. Other Packers attractions include the Packers Heritage Trail, the Packers Heritage Trail Trolley Tour and the Packers exhibit at the Neville Public Museum. A host of other area attractions is available online at www.greenbay.com.

More information on the meeting is available at packers.com/community/shareholders.html.

 
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