Packers fans are invited to bring the spirit of Green Bay to the San Francisco area a day early with a Packers Everywhere pep rally at 6 p.m. PT on Saturday, Sept. 25.
The festivities will take place in Palo Alto at The Patio, located at 412 Emerson St., Palo Alto. The Patio will open at 11 a.m., with pre-rally festivities and Packers prizing beginning at 4 p.m.
Packers Everywhere event host Rebecca Zaccard will take part in the pre-gameday excitement by hosting trivia and running contests for attendees. Comedian Charlie Berens also will make an appearance and greet fans.
Packers alumni Tony Moll, Brett Swain and Gary Weaver also will attend to socialize and take photos with fans and will share their thoughts on the next day's game against the 49ers.
The rally will be held in the venue's outdoor space, but fans who go indoors at any point during the event should note that masks are currently required indoors in Palo Alto. The plans for each pep rally this season are subject to change. While the conditions of the pandemic continue to develop in different areas of the country, the Packers are monitoring the situation as each rally approaches and will comply with any local government regulations or venue rules.
Fans planning to attend the rally are encouraged to sign up in advance for Packers Pass to have a chance to win autographed Packers items such as a Preston Smith signed-helmet, Darnell Savage signed-football and other prizes. Fans attending should also follow the recommended CDC guidelines and the state of California's mask mandates for indoor spaces.
To register for the opportunity to win prizes, fans should visit http://packers.com/pass. Rally attendees must have their Packers Pass scanned on-site at the designated prizing area to see if they've won. Entrants must be present at the rally to win, and advance Packers Pass signup does not guarantee rally admission.
Packers Everywhere, through its website packerseverywhere.com, enables Packers fans to find official Packers establishments around the world where they can watch games with fellow fans.