Found January 04, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
We’re just one day away from the Green Bay Packers’ playoff opener against the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field. So this afternoomn Vic Ketchman editor from Packers.com hosted Pack President and CEO Mark Murphy on an open conference call for Packer backers. As a stockholder, I had to listen in and hear what Murphy had to say. Murphy seemed to like a lot of the questions, saying “that’s a good question,” in response to many of the queries. Obviously, there were a couple questions about the playoff game tomorrow. Murphy said he expects Charles Woodson to play a big factor. He was then asked if Fan Fest will ever return, and why it went away? “it wasn’t becoming so much for Packer fans as it was for collectors, and he wanted to make it more for Packer fans than a chance for collectors to make money” Next query was on whether or not this was still a cold weather team? “I think it’s an advantage to be playing on the same practice field outside all week,” Murphy said. There were questi...
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