Clubhouse Live, Randall Cobb to tackle hunger
Randall Cobb has made his share of big plays as a Green Bay Packers Pro Bowl wide receiver.
But those pale in comparison to the play he’ll be making off the field through his continued commitment to the fight against hunger.
Cobb will be the special guest as part of our Nov. 21 Clubhouse Live charity show, which will take place inside the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel’s Grand Ballroom in downtown Appleton and benefit USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin’s Stock the Shelves program.
Stock the Shelves is a crucial resource for struggling families in eastern and central Wisconsin to receive basic food supplies. The annual campaign, which kicked off Oct. 21 and ends Nov. 25, has set a goal of collecting $842,625 for Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, a food bank with warehouses in Little Chute and Milwaukee that has partnered with more than 550 food pantries throughout 36 Wisconsin counties.
The 26-year-old Cobb, who leads the Packers this season in receptions (39) and receiving yards (388), also threw his support to the Stock the Shelves initiative last season and is an active participant in events and programs that benefit the community.
Clubhouse Live is USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin’s live weekly football show co-hosted by Packers wide receiver Ty Montgomery. It can be seen Mondays at 6:30 p.m., normally at the Clubhouse Sports Pub & Grill inside the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel. It can also be seen live online at clubhouselive.com.
General admission tickets for the Nov. 21 show will cost $12 per person and are required for admission. Guaranteed tables for eight cost $100.
Tickets and tables can be purchased online at pck.rs/clubhouseliveevent.
VIP tables for eight are also available for purchase and cost $1,500. The VIP tables include an exclusive meet-and-greet session with Cobb and can be purchased by contacting Sarah Riley at 920-202-1929 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All proceeds raised will benefit Stock the Shelves.
The event will feature tailgate-style food for purchase and a cash bar. Folks who attend will also have the chance to bid on Packers merchandise and other items, including a pair of Packers tickets, as part of a silent auction.
Doors open at 4 p.m., in-house festivities kick off at 6 p.m. and the show will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Look for additional details on the Clubhouse Live Facebook page at facebook.com/clubhouselive.
Brett Christopherson: 920-993-7117, or email@example.com; on Twitter @PCBrettC