Shareholder Services can be reached via phone at 855-8GO-PACK (855-846-7225) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information is also online at packersowner.com. The Green Bay Packers work with Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions, Inc.
Can I buy a share of the Green Bay Packers?
Where can I buy Green Bay Packers Common Stock? Green Bay Packers Common Stock is not currently offered for purchase. What is the value of my Green Bay Packers Common Stock? The Green Bay Packers Common Stock is not a tradable stock and therefore does not have a market value.
How much is a share of the Green Bay Packers?
It costs $250 a share, pays no dividends, benefits from no earnings, isn’t tradeable and has no securities-law protection. And buyers can’t get enough. Green Bay Packers stock is still selling like hotcakes. More than 250,000 shares have been sold since the first share offering in 15 years was announced on Dec.
Do Packers shareholders make money?
Shareholders receive nothing more than voting rights, an invitation to the corporation’s annual meeting, and an opportunity to purchase exclusive shareholder-only merchandise.
How does the Green Bay Packers ownership work?
The team doesn’t technically have a single owner, or a handful of partners, like every other NFL team. Instead, the team is owned by hundreds of thousands of fans, who all bought a piece of the Green Bay Packers in a public stock sale.
Who gets the profits from the Green Bay Packers?
They are non profit. All the money goes into a corporate reserve fund.
How long is Packers waiting list?
The waitlist to get Packers season tickets has become legendary, as the team has sold out its season tickets at Lambeau every year since 1960. As it currently stands, the waiting list for season tickets is over 130,000 names long, with an approximate waiting time of up to 30 years after putting your name on the list.
How much are Packers season tickets?
Gold package tickets — 17-game season
End zone seats — $118 regular season, total cost of $354. South end zone, 700 level — $121 regular season, total cost of $363. End zone to 20-yard line — $129 regular season, total cost of $387.
Why are they called Packers?
The company gave its name to the Green Bay Packers. The football team took its name after Curly Lambeau, a shipping clerk for the company, successfully asked the company’s owner, Frank Peck, for money for jerseys and use of the company’s athletic field in 1919.