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1919 Kitchen & Tap serving more player-inspired flatbreads

Ten percent of proceeds to be donated player’s charity of choice


While the next two games will take the Packers on the road, 1919 Kitchen & Tap will be serving up two new Packers player-designed flatbreads over the next two weeks, with ten percent of the proceeds from each players' flatbreads to be donated to the charity of their choice.

Previously, similar player-inspired flatbreads were served over this past summer, with a variety of players and benefitting charities. New Davante Adams and Mike Daniels-designed flatbreads will join the menu, starting with Adams' flatbread today, Oct. 22, through Oct. 28. Daniels' flatbread will be served from Oct. 29 through Nov. 4.

Proceeds from Adams' flatbread will go toward Ha Ha's HERO Foundation and proceeds from Daniels' flatbread will go toward March of Dimes.

The player who has the year's top-selling flatbread will receive 25 percent of the proceeds toward their charity of choice. The flatbreads were first served this past summer, specially designed by players including Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews, Jimmy Graham, Randall Cobb, Tramon Williams, Nick Perry and David Bakhtiari.

Those who order one of the specialty flatbreads also will receive a photo of the player who created the flatbread, with a signed photo given out every 50 customers.

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