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New Packers contest gives fans chance to have photo featured on game day


Story By Maya Reese
Local Sports Published 04/14/2021 3:21PM
Green Bay - The Green Bay Packers are offering fans the chance to have their photo featured at Lambeau Field through the "Packers Everywhere Fan Favorite Contest."

The contest, presented by American Family Insurance, invites fans to submit a photo on packerseverywhere.com for a chance to have it featured in various locations around Lambeau Field for a 2021 regular-season home game, including on the marquee signs outside of the stadium.

Fans interested in entering the contest should submit a photo of themselves, their friends or family to packerseverywhere.com/fan-favorite. The website's contest page also gives entrants the opportunity to preview how their photo would look on the Lambeau Field marquee signs for the game.

Fans can submit their photos for the contest now through May 4. The photos will be reviewed by a panel of Packers officials, who will choose the top five photos. The five finalists will be posted on packerseverywhere.com for fans to vote on starting May 11.

Voting closes on June 1, and the photo with the most votes will be named the grand prize winner.

In addition to having their photo featured around Lambeau Field for a to-be-determined game, the grand prize winner will receive two tickets to the game, including airfare and hotel accommodations for two nights.

To be entered in the contest, fans must submit their photos by May 4, 2021. Complete contest rules can be found online at www.packerseverywhere.com/fan-favorite.
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