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SBD/August 20, 2012/Franchises
Packers Season-Ticket Holders Receive Coupon Book Promoting Local Businesses
Published August 20, 2012
WASTE OF SPACE: Packers President Mark Murphy, on the notion of adding seatback chairs at Lambeau Field, said that it “won’t happen because the stadium would lose a significant amount of its capacity if chairbacks were installed.” A team spokesperson said that the venue would “lose an estimated 12,000 seats in the bowl area of the stadium, which seats around 60,000, if chairbacks were added” (GREENBAYPRESSAGAZETTE.com, 8/18).