Contact: Maria Woldt, director of member communications and events
Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative
(608) 577-4345 | email@example.com
DBA to host annual Packer Tailgate Party
GREEN BAY, Wis. — Dairy farmers and allied members of the dairy community will join together to cheer on the Packers as they take on the Kansas City Chiefs, Aug. 29 at the annual Packer Tailgate Party which is being coordinated by the Dairy Business Association.
The event will be held at Anduzzi’s Sports Club on Holmgren way in Green Bay. There will be games, raffles, entertainment and all you can eat food and beverages included with admission.
“As members of the dairy community, we are faced with many challenges, but we move forward. Because that’s what farmers do,” said Maria Woldt, director of member communications and events for DBA and the event organizer. “But fun is important too. The tailgate is a chance to enjoy time with friends and let the heavy stuff go. Be a Packer fan for the night!”
Thurs., Aug. 29
Anduzzi's Sports Club - Holmgren Way | 1992 Holmgren Way, Green Bay, 54304
Register at dairyforward.com/packertailgate
4-7 pm……….Networking, games, raffles and tailgate buffet
7 pm………….Kickoff vs. Kansas City Chiefs
$125/person - Tailgate and game ticket
• All you can eat and drink
• Corner or end zone game tickets
• Silent auction
• Drawings for prizes
Tailgate only - $45/person
Includes all you can eat and drink, entertainment, raffle prizes and silent auction.
In addition to a fun activity to engage members, the annual Packer Tailgate serves as one of DBA’s largest fundraising events. Funds support the association’s political work in Madison, and expanded member benefits in the areas of public relations, social media, networking/educational opportunities and sustainability.
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The Dairy Business Association is the leading dairy lobby group in Wisconsin, focused on advocating for sensible state laws and regulations that affect the dairy community. The nonprofit organization is comprised of dairy farmers, milk processors, vendors and other business partners who work collaboratively to ensure that dairy farms of all sizes have the support they need to keep America’s Dairyland strong. More information: dairyforward.com