The fans of the Green Bay Packers just got an incredible offer. For the first time in a decade, the fans of the Packers will have a chance to buy-in and own stock of their team!

According to reports, the Green Bay Packers will offer fans a piece of the team for as low as $300.

"We appreciate the interest that fans have expressed in our sixth stock offering," said Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy. "While we are not yet in a position to fully discuss the offering, we do have some initial information that we can share for fans to consider. We look forward to formally launching the offering.

The Buffalo Bills are owned by Kim and Terry Pegula. Because of all of the discussion about the relocation of the stadium and the current stadium, some may think that the Bills are owned by the residents of Erie County. But Erie County only owns Highmark Stadium. But it would be sweet if sometime down the road, fans could have a similar stake in the team that the fans in Green Bay have.

It is hard not to like the Green Bay Packers. Set aside the drama they have had recently. The Green Bay Packers have an incredible history. In fact, most football fans have it on their bucket list to visit or see a game in person at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

The $90 million in shares of stock go on sale as of Tuesday, November 16th.

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