McDonald's Road Trip Visits Lambeau Sunday

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The McDonald's Road Trip Live Tour will get a taste of tailgating and Green Bay Packers football as it completes its nationwide journey on Sunday at Lambeau Field.

The Road Trip has been traveling to some of the nation's hottest events over the past 3 1/2 months. It features a two-person young adult team - Ruth and Ehren - traversing the country in the McDonald's RV and meeting other young adults and recording what they're doing, thinking and experiencing.

This weekend's stop is sure to partake in the Green Bay football tradition of tailgating as fans get fired up for the Sunday noon kickoff against the St. Louis Rams.

All the experiences are captured and produced into webisodes and blogs and featured on the official Road Trip Web site: www.roadtripmcdonalds.com. The Web site allows fans to read about the team's experiences, register for prizes, interact via blogging, and view fun and exciting videos.

Fans can stop by and see the McDonald's RV parked near the Oneida Nation Gate on Sunday, where samples of McDonald's premium coffee will be available. The vehicle is equipped with five plasma screens with DirecTV sports packages, DVD players and wireless internet. There are also four PlayStation Portable gaming units and an IPod I-DJ Mixer sound and P.A. system.

Visitors can download McDonald's ringtones from Yahoo tones and get free customized Road Trip McDonald's pictures. Plus, the live experiences will be broadcast on the tour Web site.

The Road Trip kicked off June 24 in Anaheim, Calif., at the premiere of Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, and will have traveled 25,000 miles when it arrives in Green Bay this weekend.

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