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Packers fans free coffee: 2 drinks complimentary in 3-hour frigid weather

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Green Bay Packers fans get free coffee who attend the home game where they will play against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL playoff game on Sunday, reported Jan. 4. If fans prefer a steamy cocoa instead, they have the option of getting that free of charge, too.

Weather during the game is predicted to be way down in the sub-zero temperatures. By the time the game kicks off, it is expected to be minus two degrees, but with the wind chill factor added in it will be closer to minus 15 degrees. It is a good idea to give Packers fans free coffee during one of the coldest games set to be played in NFL history.

As the report said, it will be a hard game for players to perform in, but the fans will take the brunt of it in the stands as they sit in frigid conditions for three hours.

Fans are limited to two drinks each so supplies do not run out. Concession stands around Lambeau Field will have the free drinks on-hand for freezing fans. It was also noted in the report that the Packers are providing refreshments coming from the vending company, Delaware North Companies Sportsservice.

It is a great way to show appreciation by the franchise by giving Packers fans free coffee and cocoa. After all, the games would not be what they are without the spectators and Sunday's game will be a difficult one to attend -- even for the most hardcore of football fans!



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