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SHORT OF THE FIRST-DOWN MARKER, PACKERS EXTEND STOCK SALE
Published February 6, 1998
The Packers' ongoing sale of team stock "hasn't reached projections" so they are extending the deadline to purchase the $200 shares until March 16, lengthening the total sales period four months, according to Tom Silverstein of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. Packers officials have not revealed how many shares have been sold, "but it's unlikely the total will reach the maximum of 400,000" (Tom Silverstein, MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 2/6).