Packers Game Day Bus set to be busy this week

The Packers are in the middle of a four-day stretch that features two home games and, for the Kewaunee Area Chamber, that means big business. Many fans come from out of town to attend games, or just to tailgate. Lodging in Green Bay fills up quickly which means out-of-towners look east to Kewaunee County to spend the weekend. The relaxed small-town atmosphere is an attraction as well. Chamber Administrative Assistant Cassie Jelinik says people from across the country take advantage of the Game Day Bus.



The bus is round-trip transportation starting three hours before kickoff for twenty dollars per person. It makes stops in Algoma, Kewaunee, and Ellisville. The bus returns one hour after the game has finished. It departs Green Bay from the Moose Lodge.

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