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Green Bay Blizzard owners put IFL team up for sale

Team will suspend operations if it doesn't find a buyer by Sept. 1

1:17 PM, Jun. 30, 2013
The Green Bay Blizzard plays the Texas Revolution in an IFL game on April 27 at the Resch Center. The team averaged 3,811 fans this season.
The Green Bay Blizzard plays the Texas Revolution in an IFL game on April 27 at the Resch Center. The team averaged 3,811 fans this season.
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The owners of the Green Bay Blizzard are putting the Indoor Football League team up for sale a little more than three years after saving the franchise from folding.

The team, which was formed in 2003, has until Sept. 1 to find a buyer or it will be forced to suspend operations, according to Art Clarkson, the Blizzard's chief operating officer and part-owner. That deadline was imposed by the league as a timeline for teams to commit to the 2014 season.

Titletown Football Group LLC - a group of five local investors - finalized the purchase of the Blizzard franchise in 2010 from the previous ownership ...

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