During the Green Bay Packers shareholders meeting on Thursday, team president Mark Murphy announced that the team would seek to host a future NFL Draft but more importantly: BACON.
According to ESPN's Jason Wilde, the shareholders went nuts for marketing chairman Mike Weller's announcement of a bacon-themed concession stand dubbed the Patrick Cudahy Packhouse, a reference to the the Cuday, Wisconsin-based business founded in 1888. The menu is under final review and should be unveiled during the upcoming preseason.
Packers and Bacon - match made in heaven? Team announces new "bacon themed" concession stand this year -- fans loving the concept.— Jorge Rodas (@JorgeRodasNews) July 21, 2016
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"I didn't realize that Patrick Cudahy would get quite the ovation," Murphy said after the meeting. "It's a credit, I guess, to the tastes of Wisconsinites."
Indeed it is! Menu items will include a bacon-wrapped baked potato covered with chili and other toppings, and bacon-crusted cheese curds served with a side of bacon-ranch dressing.
The bacon stand will find its home in the lower concourse outside section 124. A review of StubHub's available seating in section 124 for the team's opener against the Detroit Lions appear to be listed at pre-bacon prices ($362 apiece for the nearly 50-year-line seats).
Get 'em before they're hot!