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Packers Renew MillerCoors Deal; Brewer To Have Increased Presence At Lambeau Field
Published July 18, 2012
I NEED TICKETS: In Green Bay, Hannah O'Brien reports the Ashwaubenon Village Board next week "is expected to discuss eliminating an ordinance that restricts ticket scalping on game days outside Lambeau Field." Ashwaubenon Public Safety Chief Eric Dunning said that the "more than 70,000 fans who converge on the Lambeau Field area on game days make it difficult for the department to station more than one or two officers in the designated ticket-selling area" near the stadium. Dunning: "With our municipality, it's supply and demand, and we have other police services that are being demanded of us. Those resources that we once had available for the ticket area, (they're) being deployed elsewhere now" (GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE, 7/18).