Packers, Cleary Building Corp. Give Away 52-Inch HD LCD TV In Future Lambeau Leapers Autograph Build


Building Hosts Kids Autograph Area During Packers Training Camp

The Green Bay Packers and Cleary Building Corp., Official Builder of Lambeau Field, are pleased to announce Jonathan Kock of Watertown, Wis., as the winner of a 52-inch Phillips HD LCD TV in the Future Lambeau Leapers Autograph Building drawing.

The Future Lambeau Leapers Autograph Building, located next to the Tundra Tailgate Zone, was a popular destination during Packers training camp this summer. It was designed specifically for fans ages 12 and younger, and gave them the chance to meet players, shake hands, and get autographs each day after practice. The building, which remains a component of the TTZ during the regular season, features a new steel color choice for Cleary Building: Championship Gold. The new color will allow Green and Gold fans to customize their building and show their team spirit.

Cleary Building Corp. is a nation-wide leader in customized pre-engineered buildings. Building applications include commercial, residential, suburban, farm and equine facilities along with metal roofing and re-roofs. The buildings consist of a wood frame with pre-painted steel panels used for roofing and siding. Cleary Building Corp. is proud to offer a lifetime paint warranty. This type of building provides for a long-lasting, low-maintenance and cost effective structure.

Cleary Building Corp. is a family-owned company in business since 1978. The corporate office and manufacturing plant are located in Verona, Wis. Additional manufacturing facilities are located in Grand Island, Neb., and Hazelton, Idaho. Cleary Building Corp. employs more than 900 full-time employees throughout the United States at its 77 offices.

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