Thursday, August 20, 2015

Titletown District Plan Unveiled

We had hoped that they might do it at the Shareholders’ Meeting on July 28th, but today the Green Bay Packers unveiled their initial plans for the Titletown District. What is that, you ask? Well, the team has been buying up land around Lambeau Field to expand their stadium “footprint” where they can earn revenue that will not have to be shared with the other 31 teams. The model is based on Patriot Place at Gillette Stadium — home of the NFL champion New England Patriots, which we reported on back in March. You can read that here.

To read the details of the Titletown District that were presented today, please go here and here. The photos shown here were supplied by the Packers at today’s 11:45 a.m. press conference.






1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Classy with a capital K.

Title Town is becoming Tackey Town.