In celebration of the Green Bay Packers' annual Alumni Weekend, the team unveiled an enhanced Alumni Suite at Lambeau Field, which will be ready to host alumni and their guests for Sunday's game.
Lambeau Field has been home to a dedicated Alumni Suite for more than a decade, hosting a contingent of returning Packers players at each home game. The Packers were the first team in the NFL to have a suite devoted to accommodating former players.
The suite serves Packers alumni throughout every season, including the two featured alumni the team hosts at each home game who take part in autograph sessions and make appearances on behalf of the team throughout the weekend. The suite also welcomes alumni and their guests who request tickets on a game-by-game basis, offering the opportunity for former players to join their fellow alumni in experiencing gameday and cheering for the Packers as a fan.
The enhanced Alumni Suite is 830 square feet, with a new outside adjoining terrace adding 800 more square feet along with an infrared heater, outdoor furniture and large TV screens so alumni and their guests can follow along with the game from every angle.
"Our alumni enjoy coming together and seeing their old teammates and it's nice to see the different generations interacting," said Cathy Dworak, Packers director of community outreach and player/alumni relations. "It's also special to provide our former players with a chance to see how much the fans remember and appreciate them, and it keeps the connection strong between the team and our alumni. We are looking forward to a great season of welcoming Packers alumni to our enhanced Alumni Suite."
Alumni attending the game can also enjoy a variety of food and beverage offerings in the suite, with Packers Alumni-branded seating throughout the space, along with plenty of TV screens and a private restroom across the hall.
The Green Bay Packers unveiled an enhanced Alumni Suite at Lambeau Field, which will be ready to host alumni and their guests for Sunday's game vs. the New Orleans Saints.
The Green Bay Packers are celebrating the team's annual Alumni Weekend by welcoming dozens of former players back to Lambeau Field to enjoy Sunday's game together, with alumni from the last six decades scheduled to attend.
The alumni will be introduced on the field at halftime of Sunday's game and those planning to attend include: Ahman Green, Brad Jones, Tim Masthay, Chukie Nwokorie, Evan Smith, Brett Swain, Jeremy Vujnovich, Scott Wells, Gilbert Brown, LeRoy Butler, Shannon Clavelle, Rob Davis, Jeff Dellenbach, Earl Dotson, Santana Dotson, Doug Evans, Antonio Freeman, Chris Jacke, Travis Jervey, Calvin Jones, Sean Jones, Derrick Mayes, Roderick Mullen, Bill Schroeder, Frank Winters, John Anderson, Gary Ellerson, Gerry Ellis, Ron Hallstrom, Ezra Johnson, Greg Koch, Mark Lee, Eddie Lee Ivery, Tim Lewis, Don Majkowski, Karl Swanke, Blaise Winter, Willie Buchanan, Michael Butler, Jim Carter, Paul Coffman, George Cumby, Lynn Dickey, Johnnie Gray, Willard Harrell, Chester Marcol, Nate Simpson, Jan Stenerud, David Whitehurst, Bob Ames, Donny Anderson, Marv Fleming, Jim Grabowski, Don Horn, Jerry Kramer and Dave Robinson.