Sweepstakes winners visit 1919 Kitchen & Tap

Couple at Friday's ribbon-cutting ceremony

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Pete and Carol DeLoye of Eagle River, Wisc., are the winners of a "1919 Kitchen & Tap" promotion, in conjunction with Friday's ribbon-cutting ceremony that officially opened the restaurant for business.

The DeLoye's are Packers season ticket-holders. Pete's name was drawn to win a $100 gift certificate for "1919 Kitchen & Tap," a $100 gift certificate for the Packers Pro Shop, and a one-night stay at the Kress Inn in De Pere, Wisc.

"My dad had (season tickets) in the '50's. He died and turned the tickets over to us," Pete said.

The four season tickets have been in the DeLoye family for 56 years.

"Same spot," Pete said.

"The kids wanted him to get tickets lower down, but he said no," Carol said.

"In the old days, I had to go down 60 rows to get to the men's room. Now it's right behind us," Pete added.

"1919 Kitchen & Tap" is located on the first floor of the Atrium in Lambeau Field.

 

View photos from the 1919 Kitchen & Tap ribbon cutting ceremony in the Lambeau Field Atrium from July 24, 2015. Photos by Matt Becker/ Max Brodsky, Packers.com

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