Packers fan? Grab a shovel ...

Several inches of snow hit western Wisconsin last night and now the Packers are putting out the call for people to help shovel Lambeau field before Sunday’s big playoff game against the Giants. The team is looking for 450 people over the age of 15 to pick up snow. They’re paying ten bucks an hour.
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Several inches of snow hit western Wisconsin last night and now the Packers are putting out the call for people to help shovel Lambeau field before Sunday’s big playoff game against the Giants. The team is looking for 450 people over the age of 15 to pick up snow. They’re paying ten bucks an hour.

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