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Originally posted on FOX 11 Online | WLUK-TV:
DE PERE – A Packers player is making a difference by helping tackle hunger. The Super Bowl hasn’t happened just yet, but one player from the green and gold is taking on a different kind of bowl.
Packers tight end Andrew Quarless is teaming up with Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, Wal-mart and Sam’s Club, in an effort to help fight hunger. It’s part of the third annual “Defeat Hunger Bowl.”
Quarless stopped by the Wal-Mart Superstore in De Pere Tuesday afternoon.
All month long, residents can help fight hunger by donating non-perishable food at area Wal-marts and Sam’s Club locations.
The donations benefit local Feeding America food banks.
Quarless says it’s a great feeling giving back to those in need, “Just to know that some kids and elderly aren’t able to have the necessity of food, you know it’s a necessity something we need every day and just to…
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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — If you want to go to the Green Bay Packers game on Sunday, tickets are available. As of Tuesday evening, team officials say roughly 11,000 tickets were up for grabs. But they may not last for long.
“I absolutely believe that the tickets available from the Packers will be gone very, very soon,” said Mike Holzberger of Connections Ticket Service in Whitefish Bay.
Even while the Packers have tickets available, so does Holzberger. He says prices are falling.
“Today we’ve seen prices fall about I would say about 25 percent to where you’re seeing entry-level prices from low to mid 100s and better seat prices in the high 100s and low to mid 200s even for prime seats,” said Holzberger.
That price drop is a good thing for football fans, but not necessarily for the Packers.
“While we certainly enjoy guests from other teams…
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