Packers to offer 30,000 more shares of 'stock'

Sales of Green Bay Packers stock have been so brisk since an initial offering three weeks ago that the team is making another 30,000 shares available. The shares cost $250 each and have virtually no resale value.
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Sales of Green Bay Packers stock have been so brisk since an initial offering three weeks ago that the team is making another 30,000 shares available.

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