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Megan P, Mosinee, Wisc.

Our son Kyle was diagnosed in 2010 with stage 4 Neuroblastoma, a rare form of pediatric cancer found usually in children under 4 and babies. He has been through more than any child should ever have to. Throughout all of the chemo, surgery, two back to back stem cell transplants, radiation on his liver and 5 months of antibody therapy, Kyle has been extremely brave. He recently got the opportunity to have a photo shoot by a wonderful photographer Tara Day. She arranged for a couple Packers to come in for a couple photos.

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Crystal R, Hilton Head, S.C.

I recently traveled to the Balfour Castle, located on the Orkney Islands in Scotland. You better believe I don't leave the country without my Title Town Flag!

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John G, Port Washington, Wisc.

We were in New York with 19 other Packer fans on a double-decker bus when we came across that Donald and Peta warming up for the Good Morning America show. It took a little yelling to get their attention, but it paid off with a fist pump and smile. Note the marquee banner even co-operated with showing Donald's name.

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Damian D, Australia

G Force Down Under. Here is the CHEESEHEAD crew on the Gold Coast Australia just before the Christmas night game against our division rivals the Bears. Notice the flag flying in the background and our team mascot "CLAY" the Budgie Beast.

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Randy P, Waukesha, WI

My first understanding of what it was to be a Packers fan was Dec 31,1967, when my dad frantically ran through the house looking for his camera so he could snap a picture of Bart Starr going over the goal line. I was 11 and was astounded by the rapture it caused, the cheering and amazement (I now understand). When my dad passed away three years ago, all I wanted from his office was that picture. It hangs in my office today, the same as it did his since that amazing day. Through the good the bad and the best, it is great to be a Packers fan.

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Kristen J, Morrisville, PA

I grew up in Wisconsin and have always been a huge fan! I moved to Pennsylvania 14 years ago, and actually met my husband here because he was wearing his Green Bay Packers sweatshirt at a WaWa (which is a convenience store for all you Midwesterners!). We met, he asked me out the same day and we went and watched the Packers game together... and the rest is history! He is from the Upper Peninsula -- a Yooper! So we grew up about 5 hours away from each other and the Packers brought us together! And here we are, 12 years and counting! Our Packers flag flies proudly out our house, and living in Eagles country it is especially wonderful to represent such an awesome team! GO PACK! We love you!

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Ashley R, Scottsdale, AZ

Everyone in my family has been born and raised a Packers fan. When the Packers won the Super Bowl in 1997 all the grandkids took a picture with our Packers Super Bowl t-shirts. When the Pack won the Super Bowl last February, we decided to retake the picture with our new Super Bowl shirts! Though we've grown from 5 grandkids to 8 grandkids, we decided to keep the original group. The baby in the original picture is now a sophomore in high school. We Packers fans from New Mexico and Texas will always cheer for the Pack!

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Kyle E, Brea, CA

My wife and I were blessed with a beautiful boy (Kai) on April 26th, 2011. When Kai turned 7 months, Packers Stock went on sale. We bought one share in his name. We are So Cal Cheeseheads and have been to Packers games in San Francisco, Lambeau and this year in San Diego. No matter how many games we attend as a family, what matters most to us is passing on the tradition. GO PACK GO!

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Ensign Tim Mahoney, USS Green Bay

After I graduated from the Naval Academy in 2010, I was assigned to USS GREEN BAY (LPD-20) in San Diego, Calif. Assigning a Green Bay native to USS GREEN BAY was like putting a kid in a candy store. It makes it pretty easy to go to work when the ship is completely decked out in Packers memorabilia! Some of our passageways are named "Lombardi Ave.," "Bart Starr Drive," and "Reggie White Way." We also have replica Lombardi Trophies as well as autographed jerseys, footballs, and team pictures on display throughout the ship.

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Natalie F, Virginia Beach, VA

I grew up in a family of six in Lake Geneva, Wis. Every Sunday we would rush home from church in time to watch the Packers game. Now my parents, husband and I live in Virginia Beach, Va. My older brother and his wife live in Tacoma, Wash. My younger sister lives in Park City, Utah, and my youngest sister lives in Tallahassee, Fla. Even though there are currently thousands of miles between us all, when the Packers are on we are all brought back together just like it was when we were growing up. Through texts, phone calls, and Facebook my family connects thanks to the Packers. Go Pack Go!

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