Act now, act fast for Packers stock

Have $275 to blow? You have until midnight to buy a share of Green Bay Packers stock. They’re essentially worthless, but you can call yourself a "team owner." Packers brass say the deadline won’t be extended.
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Have $275 to blow? You have until midnight to buy a share of Green Bay Packers stock. They’re essentially worthless, but you can call yourself a "team owner." Packers brass say the deadline won’t be extended.

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