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Packers stock sale ends Wednesday; $65.7M raised so far

1:27 PM, Feb. 27, 2012  |  Comments
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The Green Bay Packers' stock sale will end at midnight Wednesday.

As of Feb. 14, the team sold 263,000 shares at $250 each, raising $65.75 million for the $143 million expansion of Lambeau Field now under way.

Packers stock provides no financial benefits to its owners. It doesn't pay dividends or appreciate in value, and the team can block any resale. Stock can be passed on to family members and does allow the holder to vote on team business, including directors, and attend annual meetings held at Lambeau Field in July.

Assuming most sales are for individual shares, the Packers will have tripled the number of shareholders. Before the sale, the Packers had 112,148 shareholders owning 4,750,937 shares.

Shares can be bought by residents of the United States and Canada.

Shares can be bought online at www.packersowner.com.

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