Second-Chance Drawing Features Four Club Seats To All Home Games From 2010-12
The Green Bay Packers and the Wisconsin Lottery today announced a partnership that includes a new scratch-off game as well as premium Packers prizes in second-chance drawings.
The main feature of the partnership is a new $10 scratch-off game that includes a top instant cash prize of $50,000. A total of $5.2 million overall will be awarded in cash prizes. Tickets will prominently feature the Packers' "G" and helmet.
For Packers fans, however, the opportunity to win some top-line team prizes also will be a strong draw, with the grand prize featuring four club seats to all Packers home games, including playoffs, for the 2010, 2011 and 2012 seasons, with the opportunity to then purchase those seats for futures seasons. Other prizes include two suite tickets to a 2010 home game, along with the opportunity to hold the American flag on Lambeau Field during the anthem and other VIP amenities, and Packers Pro Shop Gift Cards.
"The new game with the Wisconsin Lottery gives Packers fans another fun way to enjoy the team," said Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy. "The chance to win four club seats for three seasons of games at Lambeau Field is a second-chance prize that many fans will eye. Wisconsin taxpayers also will win with the additional money going toward property tax relief."
"The partnership with the Green Bay Packers is a demonstration of the Wisconsin Lottery's continued focus on delivering innovative, market-driven products to maximize dollars for property tax relief," said Revenue Secretary Roger M. Ervin. "This game alone will generate an additional $2 million for Wisconsin taxpayers while giving fans an exciting new way to connect with our state's beloved green and gold."
"Our mission is serious, but our games are all about fun, and we're going to have a lot fun this year with 'The Pack,'" said Mike Edmonds, Wisconsin Lottery director.
The new game will be available for purchase prior to the start of the regular season at regular lottery outlets around the state.
More information on the Wisconsin Lottery and the new Packers-themed game is available online at www.wilottery.com.