We took our first trip to Argentina, Dec. 12-30, and were distressed that we might miss the Packers games during our travels. But a little internet research helped us locate a Packers Bar in Buenos Aires. We watched three games at a great bar named the Alamo Bar. Over a dozen Packers fans joined us, including a gentleman from Colombia, young world travelers on their way around the world and businessmen from the U.S. who had to spend a weekend away from home. Joining fellow Packer fans so far away from home was a real treat.
I needed the luck of the Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers to help me finish the Boston Marathon!
I am a New York Packer Backer. What a thrill it was for me to see my sister and her amazing Ice Packer Special Olympics team take a plunge into Lake Winnebago this February 2012. Brrrr! They jumped to help the two greatest organizations: The Special Olympics and The Green Bay Packers.
Three Packers fans from Wausau, Wis. joined together in Grand Cayman before the playoff games. Even in sunny paradise, these three loyal fans were not to be seen without their Packers gear. Wherever they went, Green Bay was represented: from the bar to the bottom of the ocean, Lambeau Field was glorified.
I was doing business recently in Delhi, India, and ran across a familiar site. Packers Fans are EVERYWHERE!
I am the Packers biggest fan outside of Green Bay maybe even bigger than some people there. My grandpa (a Yooper) started me with my first Packers stuff when I was born. I have everything Packers and my friends are always giving me more. I am proud to say I am now an owner. I go to Lambeau every summer. I wear the same things every week to watch the game. My room, car, front yard are full of my Packers stuff. I love the Packers. I bleed green and yellow. For my 15th birthday my mom took me to New York to see the Packers beat the Jets. I play flag football and get my inspiration from the Packers and Vince Lombardi.
My 98 year old Grandma is a Packers fan. We always watch the games together. She is from WI and recently moved to Ohio. She isn't always able to see the games here in Ohio but she always wears her Green Bay sweatshirt when the Packers are playing.
It started with two Packers fans, 40 thumbtacks, and a giant map of the world. It ended with visits to 25 countries on all seven continents, 34,000 photos -- and one Packers flag at the center of it all. In January 2010, Jeff and Eileen Schoenfeldt quit their jobs, sold their possessions, and began the adventure of a lifetime: a trip around the globe. And of course, they brought their Packers pride along for the ride. This is their exclusive Packers Everywhere interview and breathtaking photo album.
David Duval, owner of Packers outpost The Doghouse Sports Bar & Eatery in Ontario, Canada, makes the eight-hour trek to Lambeau Field for a handful of games each season. Recently he purchased three shares of Packers’ stock when it was offered to fans north of the border, and one will forever be displayed in The Doghouse, one of several bars in the Packers Everywhere International Bars listing.
My name is Parmilla and I am originally from Malaysia. In January of 1998 I landed in Wisconsin to study as a foreign exchange student in a small town called Randolph. I was excited because I had never seen snow before and it was snowing very hard. It was also very cold. All I had was a Washington Redskins sweater that my Aunt had given me two years prior in Malaysia. I didn't know a thing about the NFL or American Football.
My host mom, who is a pastor, picked me up from the airport and took me to where my home was to be for the next year...