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Entertain your group with Packer Fan Tours

Posted Jun 13, 2014

Have a business group to entertain?  Staff party?  Special occasion coming up, such as a family reunion, anniversary, club gathering or other celebration?   There is no better way to host your group in a memorable fashion than by getting them to a Green Bay Packers’ weekend or “day of game” experience… and PACKER FAN TOURS can take care of all the details.  Whether for TEN or for HUNDREDS, PACKER FAN TOURS can coordinate a special package and build in all the features you want, such as a pre-game tailgate party, private meeting rooms, lodging (if needed), souvenirs, game programs, busing, limousines, reserved parking, celebrity appearances and much more.  Our only limit is the extent of your imagination.  And ALL include GAME TICKETS, with choices from end zone to mid field, and/or Club Seats or luxurious Private Suite seating.  Packages are available for most any budget, and for ANY game.  So, start your group planning NOW with PACKER FAN TOURS.  For DETAILS, call PACKER FAN TOURS at 920-P-A-C-K-E-R-S (920-722-5377 or CLICK HERE.
 
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