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'Packermobile' creator among NFL's 'boldest' fans

What do you get when you transform a 1978 Cadillac into a green-and-gold convertible, dub it the "Packermobile," and ride with the top down in 10-below temperatures from Wisconsin to Texas? Crazy might be the first thought, but Guinness Beer calls Mark Madson one of the five "boldest" football fans in the U.S.
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What do you get when you transform a 1978 Cadillac into a green-and-gold convertible, dub it the "Packermobile," and ride with the top down in 10-below temperatures from Wisconsin to Texas? Crazy might be the first thought, but Guinness Beer calls Mark Madson one of the five "boldest" football fans in the U.S.

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