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     The Packers recently ended their long association with
County Stadium in Milwaukee, where they played three home games
each year.  The team will play a full-season at Lambeau Field in
'95 and will benefit from the addition of 90 luxury boxes.  The
198 luxury suites, along with the nearly 2,000 clubhouse seats,
gives the Packers one of the largest luxury box capacities in the
NFL.  Today's profile is No. 25 in a series of 29.
STADIUM: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
AGE: Completed in 1957
OWNERSHIP: Owned by the city of Green Bay.
MANAGEMENT: Managed by the Packers.
CAPACITY: 59,543 — to expand to over 60,000 next season.
LUXURY SEATS: 108 — Packers receive all revenue. Team will build 90 additional suites for next season. Team has 1,920 clubhouse seats with special services — enclosed with food service.
PARKING: Promotions Management Inc. (PMI) — team receives all revenue.
CONCESSIONS: PMI receives undisclosed % of bottom line — team receives a majority of revenue.
MAINTENANCE: Shared by city and the Packers. Structural damage repaired by the city.
GAME-DAY: Personnel provided and paid for by team.
ADVERTISING: Leased out to Pro Sports Marketing in Dublin, CA.
LEASE: Expires in 2004 with option to 2024.
RENT: $240,000 -- 4th lowest in the league.

( Source: Packers; rent figure from Florida Times-Union article on July 24, 1994.)
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