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Packers gear up for 'Green and Gold Friday' initiative

Posted Sep 7, 2017

Fans wearing green and gold can visit CITGO and Culver's for giveaways, discounts and the chance to win prizes


Green Bay Packers fans throughout Wisconsin and beyond often celebrate their support of the Packers by wearing their favorite green and gold clothing to work, to school and in the community on Fridays.

The Packers are again offering fans opportunities to participate in the tradition with Green and Gold Friday, aimed to ramp up the energy and enthusiasm of Packers fans and encourage them to demonstrate their support as the team prepares for the next game.

Fans wearing Packers apparel on Fridays during the season can visit participating Wisconsin CITGO locations to receive a free small coffee, no purchase necessary. To redeem the free coffee, fans can download the Club CITGO app and check in while at a CITGO station.

Additionally, fans wearing green and gold on Fridays this season can also visit participating Wisconsin Culver’s restaurants to receive vouchers for chances to win Packers tickets, memorabilia, Culver’s food and more.

Fans are invited to share photos of themselves and fellow fans dressed in green and gold on Fridays through social media by using the hashtag #GGFriday. Selected photos will be featured Fridays on Packers.com, PackersEverywhere.com, Packers social media accounts and on the TundraVision video boards in Lambeau Field during home games.

The Packers Pro Shop will also stock different Green and Gold Friday themed items, with new items added throughout the season.

For more information about Green and Gold Friday, please visit packers.com/fan-zone/green-andgold-friday.html.

 
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