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'Ticket Takeover Contest' gives fans chance to be featured on ticket

Posted Mar 10, 2017

Packers fans have chance to appear on approximately 80,000 game tickets


The Green Bay Packers, for a fifth season, are offering fans the chance to have their photo printed on approximately 80,000 game tickets through the “Packers Ticket Takeover Contest.”

The contest, presented by American Family Insurance, invites fans to submit a photo on packerseverywhere.com for a chance to have it printed on tickets for a 2017 home game. 

Fans interested in entering the contest should submit a photo of themselves, their friends or family to http://pckrs.com/tickettakeover. The website’s contest page also gives entrants the opportunity to view how their photo will look on a template of a game ticket.

Fans can submit their photos for the contest now through March 29, 2017. The photos will be reviewed by a panel of Packers officials, who will choose the top five photos. The five finalists will be posted on packerseverywhere.com for fans to vote on starting April 6.

Fan voting closes April 28, and the photo with the most votes will be named the grand prize winner.

In addition to having his or her photo printed on a 2017 game ticket, the grand prize winner will receive two tickets to that game, including airfare and hotel accommodations for two nights.

Complete contest rules can be found online at http://pckrs.com/tickettakeover.

Staci Abel of Pray, Mont. was chosen as the winner in last year’s Ticket Takeover contest. Her photo, which featured her then 4-year-old twin sons, Desmond and Christian, was chosen after thousands of entries and a record of almost 64,000 votes cast by Packers fans around the globe. The photo was featured on the Dec. 24, 2016, ticket for the Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings Fan Appreciation Game, a contest Abel, her husband and sons attended together.

 
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