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Packers Everywhere set to host free playoff game pep rally for fans Friday in Arizona

Posted Jan 12, 2016

Packers alumni Frank Winters and William Henderson to attend rally and meet with fans

Packers fans are invited to bring their energy and excitement for Saturday’s Packers-Cardinals Divisional playoff game to Arizona a day early for a free Packers Everywhere Pep Rally on Friday, Jan. 15.

The festivities will take place at 6 p.m. MST at Sandbar Mexican Grill – Desert Ridge, located at 21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Scottsdale, Ariz.

Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy will take part in the pre-gameday pep rally activities by greeting fans and participating in a Q-and-A session with Wayne Larrivee, the radio voice of the Packers, who will emcee the event.

Packers alumni Frank Winters and William Henderson will also attend the rally, and will join Larrivee onstage. Packers.com’s Vic Ketchman and Mike Spofford will then preview the next day’s game to conclude the event.

Sandbar Mexican Grill – Desert Ridge, as a Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin Badgers bar, also will be running its “Green Bay” menu, offering specials on food and beverages, as well as a special deal on Miller Lite buckets. The event will also feature several fan giveaways.

Packers Everywhere, through its website packerseverywhere.com, enables Packers fans to find official Packers establishments around the world where they can watch games with fellow fans. For more information, please visit http://www.packerseverywhere.com/.

 
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