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Green Bay Packers will NOT host Draft Day Party, but why?

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GREEN BAY (WITI) — The Green Bay Packers will not host their annual Draft Day Party due to the ongoing Atrium renovation project.

Curly’s Pub, the usual site of the event, is currently operating in a smaller configuration during the renovation work and cannot accommodate the draft party.

However, Packers fans who want to watch the NFL Draft from Lambeau Field can still take in the action Thursday night, May 8, from Curly’s Pub, which will take on a festive atmosphere of the draft.

To celebrate the draft, Curly’s will have several contests throughout the night, offering fans the chance to win gift certificates to Curly’s Pub and the Packers Pro Shop.

Curly’s also will feature various appetizer, main course and dessert specials, created in the spirit of the cuisine of a handful of NFL cities. Drink specials also will be offered.

1 Comment

  • Jason

    I understand that it is not possible this year due to the construction, but I find it very sad that the Packers do not do anything for the fans in house like they used to. I know there is the tailgate tour, but I really miss fan fest. Their is no reason the Packers couldn’t do something like that again. Almost every other team has some sort of fan fest. To see the kids faces light up when they would meet there hero’s would make it worth admission.

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