'Super Bowl XXXI Season Flashback' Sessions To Be Held In Atrium

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Butler, Freeman, Winters, Wolf, Levens To Discuss 'Super' Season In Afternoons Before Evening Training Camp Practices

The Green Bay Packers Wednesday announced plans to present 'Super Bowl XXXI Season Flashback' sessions in the Lambeau Field Atrium during five upcoming training camp afternoons.

Each session, free to the public, will take place on the Atrium floor at 3 p.m. on the days that night practices are scheduled, beginning Thursday, Aug. 3. Scheduled to participate are LeRoy Butler (Aug. 3), Antonio Freeman (Aug. 7), Frank Winters (Aug. 10), Ron Wolf (Aug. 15) and Dorsey Levens (Aug. 17).

A component of this year's ongoing celebration of the 10th anniversary season of the Super Bowl XXXI Championship, each program will feature a question-and-answer session with a moderator that will take fans through the alumnus' experiences during the unforgettable season, in addition to his overall career. Members of the audience then will have an opportunity to ask questions as well. Participants will end the session by signing autographs for a number of randomly selected fans in attendance.

"We're excited to offer these afternoon programs to fans during training camp," said Packers Chairman/CEO Bob Harlan. "It's a great opportunity to spend some time getting ready for the evening practices and hear from these individuals who played an integral role during the championship season. We've got many exciting Super Bowl anniversary components planned for the upcoming season, and these sessions promise to be a popular option for fans at camp."

To add to the championship mood on 'Flashback' days, the highlight film from the Super Bowl season, recently re-issued on DVD, will be played on many of the Atrium's television monitors.

Persons appearing are subject to change.

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