For the second time in three years, Green Bay Packers shareholders will have to watch the organization's annual meeting on a screen.
The Packers announced Thursday its decision to make its annual shareholder's meeting virtual in response to COVID-19 concerns. The event draws over 10,000 of its 360,000 shareholders to Lambeau Field to hear updates on the team's operations. Hampering the ambitions of the team's Board of Directors is that it is unlikely the organization would be allowed to have a gathering of more than 50 people before the meeting's date on July 23rd. Shareholders will receive information on how they can tune in to the 11 a.m. meeting and vote for a new crop of board members in the coming weeks.