GREEN BAY, Wis. A foot of snow accumulating Thursday and blizzard conditions throughout northern and central Wisconsin will once again give Green Bay Packers fans an opportunity to shovel out Lambeau Field.
On Friday morning, by which time the snow is expected to stop falling, the Packers are asking for up to 600 fans (ages 15 and up) to help remove the snow from the stadium.
Shovels are provided, as is 10-per-hour pay wage, but as usual, it will be first come, first served. Earlier this year, just two days before a Jan. 15 Packers playoff game, 1,200 people showed up to remove the white stuff from Lambeau Field. However, only 450 of them were needed, leaving the other 750 without a shovel or the extra money.
The Packers are asking fans to report to the west side of Lambeau Field beginning at 8 a.m. Friday, though it's possible that may not be early enough to be guaranteed a spot. Last time, the line to get in was already wrapped around the stadium by that time.