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Packers Tailgate Tour hits the road April 15-19

Feb. 18, 2014
 
Green Bay Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy fields a question during a Tailgate Tour stop last year in Oshkosh. File/Gannett Wisconsin Media

The Green Bay Packers will hit the road for their ninth annual Tailgate Tour April 15-19, with two stops in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and three in northern Wisconsin.

Packers president/CEO Mark Murphy and players Mason Crosby, Jarrett Bush and Brad Jones will be on the tour, along with alumni James Lofton, Lynn Dickey and Paul Coffman.

The tour stops will include Escanaba, Mich. (April 15), Ironwood, Mich. (April 16), Superior (April 17), Rice Lake (April 18) and Merrill (April 19).

General admission tickets cost $5 and are available in all locations except Ironwood. Tailgate tickets include food and cost $30. Tickets go on sale Feb. 28 at tour locations, with all proceeds earmarked for the hosting organizations.

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