Now that the new sound system is being put in place, it’s time to move on and Packers officials are seeing where expansion to Lambeau Field will mean more revenue, but it will also offer the opportunity for more of their fans to experience the team and the game.
Today, at 9 a.m., Packers officials will hold a press conference that will showcase plans for expansion and improvements to the south end zone area of the stadium. Richard Ryman of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, wrote early this morning, “It is installing a new sound system this season and plans new video scoreboards that will be installed as part of a project to add 7,000 outdoor seats to the south end zone.”
Making the announcement this morning, according to the piece published this morning by Ryman, will be team president and CEO Mark Murphy, vice president of administration Jason Wied, and Ann Patteson, chairwoman of the Green Bay/Brown County Professional Football Stadium District.
This is exciting for those fans hoping to make a future trip to Lambeau and just plain exciting not only for the Packers, but for the National Football League.