Okay time for the cliche': ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?! Good golly, we hardly got a chance to celebrate The Green Bay Packers victory in Super Bowl XLV and then the strike started, squashing that post-season honeymoon.
But football is back and we can continue the celebration as the green and gold start Packers Training Camp this weekend.
Are you happy? I’m so happy I decided it was a darn good reason to do a Green Bay Packers Training Camp Giveaway. Woot! Everyone waving their foam fingers?
Here’s what Green Bay Consumer is giving one lucky reader, a prize package valued at $80:
All you have to do to enter is subscribe to our newsletter by filling out the form below! How easy is that?
The contest runs through 11:59 p.m. Friday, August 5th. The winner’s name will be drawn and announced Saturday on the Green Bay Consumer Facebook page.
Contest winners will be contacted via email and will have 48 hours to respond. If the winner does not respond, a new winner will be drawn. Multiple entries will be discarded, so please don’t enter more than once.
Good luck and Go Pack Go!
It’s a time-honored tradition here in Green Bay. Watching our team practice as they get ready for the upcoming NFL season. And hey, it’s FREE! So why not become a railbird and check out the reigning Super Bowl XLV Champions?
Here’s the latest information on when the Packers are going to practice at Ray Nitschke Field on Oneida Street:
- Saturday July 30th at 7pm
- Sunday July 31st at 7pm
- Monday, August 1st 7pm
- Wednesday, August 3rd 7pm
- Thursday August 4th 7pm
- Friday August 5th 7pm
- Saturday August 6th: Packers Family Night
- Monday August 8th 7pm
- Tuesday August 9th 7pm
- Wednesday August 10th 7pm
- Thursday August 11th 7pm
- Friday August 12th 1pm
- Monday August 15th 7pm
- Tuesday August 16th 7pm
- Wednesday August 17th 7pm
- Thursday August 18th 1pm
- Monday August 22nd 10:45am
- Tuesday August 23rd 10:45am
- Wednesday August 24th 10:30am
- Sunday August 28th 10:45am
- Monday August 29th 10:45am
- Tuesday August 30th: 10:30am
In the event of rain, practice will be indoors and therefore closed to the public.
For more tips and ideas for Packers railbirds, click here.
I love the night-time practice sessions. I don’t know if they still do this, but a few years ago when we took the older kids, Oneida Street is blocked off to traffic so people can park at Lambeau and cross the street safely. Makes for a good family-friendly event. And watching the Packers practice is an event in Green Bay.
And if you love the Green Bay Packers, keep an eye on Green Bay Consumer for a Packers Training Camp-themed Giveaway!