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Limited number of annual suites available for 2013

Posted Jun 20, 2013

Lambeau Field’s new terrace suites also open for individual games


GREEN BAY—This doesn’t happen often, but for any interested parties the opportunity exists in 2013 to watch an entire season of Packers home games from a Lambeau Field suite.

The Packers have a limited number of annual suites available for the upcoming season. The suites provide a one-of-a-kind football experience that includes theater-style seating in a climate-controlled environment and a customized food-and-beverage menu, among other perks.

“Normally our annual suites are sold out, but we do have limited availability for the season, so the time to get in is now,” said Jason McDonough, manager of premium seating sales and service. “We consider it the most comfortable way to watch a game at Lambeau Field.”

A Lambeau suite purchase requires a ticket commitment to fill the suite, which can fit up to 20 people. It provides some of the historic stadium’s best sightlines, along with a private atmosphere for entertaining clients, customers or family members. High-definition TVs in each suite also provide access to the NFL’s Sunday Ticket via DirecTV.

Suiteholders also gain entry to the Associated Bank Club level, a private area that features alumni autograph sessions, exclusive food offerings and social functions.

In addition, Lambeau suites are offered for individual games, and both traditional suites as well as the stadium’s new terrace suites are available on a per-game basis.

The new terrace suites, part of the expanded south end zone, feature outdoor seating directly in front of the indoor suite and include access to all the amenities available with the traditional suites.

To see the view of Lambeau from a particular suite, log on to: http://packers.c1ms.com/suiteviews/

For more information on stadium suites, contact the Premium Seating Dept. at (920) 569-7260.

 
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