Packers: ‘Back to the Big Dance’

July 28, 2012; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver (80) rushes with the football in front of safety M.D. Jennings (43) during training camp practice at Ray Nitschke Field. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

The fence directly across Lombardi Avenue in Green Bay is each year dedicated and painted in a special theme for the Green Bay Packers.

This year’s theme, which was selected from those submitted as part of a contest mixes Packers longtime receiver Donald Driver, his participation on “Dancing with the Stars,” and the Packers hope of getting to the Super Bowl.

This year’s theme: ”Donald and the Pack: Back to the Big Dance.”

Cute. Catchy. Very true to everyone’s mindset right now.

It’s certainly a slogan that has legs – In fact, we’re hoping its relevancy is just as important in January and February as it is today.

For a complete look and a video of the painting of the fence, we take you to the WBAY website …

Enjoy.

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Dancing Driver Inspires Packers Fence Slogan

Green Bay -The famous fence across from Lambeau Field has a new look for the new season.The fence now reads, “Donald and the Pack: Back to the Big Dance.”The annual fence painting has become a symbol of the community.”People love to get involved with this and it makes a lot of sense,” said Bruce Kiel, creator of the fence slogan.  “Nothing fancy, it’s a good time, just back the Pack.”Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy agrees that the event is a unique way for fans to support their Green and Gold.”It’s a great tradition, to me it kind of signifies and personifies, the unique nature of the Packers organization, and relationship we have with our neighbors and with the community and we’re very supportive of it,” said Murphy.

The slogan was inspired by Donald Driver’s win on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” this past spring.

Topics: Donald Driver, Green Bay Packers, Green Bay Wisconsin, Lombardi Avenue

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