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Trolley ride through Packers history coming soon

7:33 AM, May 8, 2013  |  Comments
Passengers board the Packers Heritage Trail trolley after a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday in the parking lot at Nicolet National Bank.
Passengers board the Packers Heritage Trail trolley after a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday in the parking lot at Nicolet National Bank.
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Green Bay Packers fans can soon combine learning about the team's history with riding on a trolley.

C&M Marketing Services on Tuesday announced plans for a new trolley ride tour along the Packers Heritage Trail, a collection of historic sites associated with the team's early years. The trail was established last year as a walking tour that includes such sites as Curly Lambeau's office and Vince Lombardi's church.

C&M is planning "Packers Heritage Trail Trolley Tours," with sponsorship from Nicolet National Bank. The trolley tours will cost $25 per person. Private group tours are available, and public tours are scheduled to begin July 18, with connections for those attending Packers training camp. Weather permitting, the tours also will be scheduled around Packers home games in the fall.

For tickets or more information, go to www.candmpresents.com.

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