The Green Bay Packers, for a third season, are offering fans the chance to have their photo printed on approximately 80,000 game tickets through the "Packers Ticket Takeover Contest."
The contest, presented by American Family Insurance, invites fans to submit a photo on packerseverywhere.com for a chance to have it printed on tickets for a 2015 home game.
Fans interested in entering the contest should submit a photo of themselves, their friends or family to www.packerseverywhere.com/ticket-takeover/2015. The website's contest page also gives entrants the opportunity to view how their photo will look on a ticket template for the game before submission.
"We're excited to offer our fans the chance to participate in the Ticket Takeover contest for the third straight year," said Joan Malcheski, director of the Packers Media Group and brand engagement. "Packers fans are among the most dedicated and spirited in the league, and last year's winning entry was a fan favorite. We look forward to seeing more fantastic photo submissions for 2015."
Fans can now submit their photos, which will be reviewed by a panel of Packers officials. The panel will choose the top five photos, and those five will be posted on packerseverywhere.com for fans to vote on starting April 20.
Fan voting closes May 1, and the photo with the most votes will be named the grand prize winner.
In addition to having his or her photo printed on a 2015 game ticket, the grand prize winner will receive two tickets to that game, including airfare and hotel accommodations for two nights.
To be entered in the contest, fans must submit their photo by April 13, 2015. Complete sweepstakes rules can be found online at www.packerseverywhere.com.
Ernie Stevens of Green Bay was chosen as the winner of last year's Ticket Takeover contest. His photo, which featured his son, Daniel, posing as Aaron Rodgers for Halloween, was chosen out of more than 8,000 submitted photos. The photo was featured on the Dec. 28, 2014, ticket for the Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions Fan Appreciation Game, a contest Stevens and his son attended together.