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Packers president promises not to sell Lambeau naming rightsSubmitted: 07/29/2015
GREEN BAY - Packers fans shouldn't worry that Lambeau Field will change its name anytime soon.


In a speech at the team's annual shareholders meeting in Green Bay on Tuesday, Packers President Mark Murphy told the crowd that it doesn't make sense to put a corporate tag on the name of the historic stadium.

Selling stadium naming rights has become a way for professional sports teams to make a lot of money, but the Packers are not hurting for cash: The team took in $375 million in revenue in 2015.

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