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Packers fans invited to take part in 'Letters To Lambeau' program

Posted Jan 4, 2016

Selected letters will be displayed for players to see and featured on Packers.com

With the Packers preparing for their seventh consecutive appearance in the playoffs, the organization is inviting fans to take part in the excitement through the first-ever “Letters to Lambeau” program, presented by Cenex®.

“Letters to Lambeau,” aimed at providing fans an opportunity to send encouraging mail to the team, is the kickoff to a week of fan activities inviting fans to join in the preparations for the playoffs and demonstrate support as the Packers get ready to take on the Washington Redskins.

Starting Monday, fans can submit notes, drawings and letters to the program by visiting http://packers.com/letters and downloading the letter or drawing template to create custom messages to individual players and the team. Fans are encouraged to send letters throughout the week.

Selected submissions will be featured on Packers.com and on the Packers’ social media accounts. Some letters may also be posted near the locker room, allowing players to see the letters as they prepare throughout the week.

To submit their completed letters and messages to the team, fans can upload them to http://packers.com/letters or send through email to letterstolambeau@packers.com.

Interested letter writers also can drop off their letters in the “Letters to Lambeau” mailbox at the Lambeau Field Atrium at the guest services desk or the Packers Pro Shop, or send them directly to the Packers through the mail at Letters to Lambeau, PO Box 13092, Green Bay, WI 54307.

For more information, please visit http://packers.com/letters.

 
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