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Shopko Announces Contest to Win Luxury Suite at Lambeau Field for Packers/Titans Game on December 23

GREEN BAY, Wis., Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Shopko is excited to announce that again this year one lucky Facebook fan will win 14 tickets to attend a Green Bay Packers game in a luxury suite at Lambeau Field. The prize package includes 14 suite tickets, catering, and two VIP passes that allow the winner and a guest to be on the sidelines prior to kick-off.  This is the second year that Shopko has conducted the contest. 

The game between the Packers and the Tennessee Titans in Green Bay kicks off at noon on December 23, 2012.  It will be the final home game for the Packers and may have playoff implications.  The winning Shopko Facebook fan and 13 friends will see all of the action on the "Frozen Tundra" while cheering from the comfort of a catered, indoor, heated suite.

"Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin is one of the most iconic destinations in all of sports," said Mike Bettiga, Shopko Interim CEO, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. "For a football fan, there is no better experience than to cheer on the Packers from a luxury suite at Lambeau Field and we are thrilled to be able to offer this opportunity for one of our Facebook fans to win a dream come true for themselves and 13 of their friends and family members."

"It is definitely worth putting your name in!" said last year's winner, Becky Jozwiak of West Bend, WI.  "The most memorable part of the day was being able to bring my dad down on the field with me and take pictures.  We are both huge Packers fans and being able to do that for him was amazing.  It was hands down the best day of my life!"

To enter, go to, "like" Shopko, and follow the instructions.  Full details of the promotion with terms and conditions can be found there as well.  Once entered, contestants can forward entries to their Facebook friends.  For every additional friend that enters, the original fan will gain one bonus entry.  It is a great way to improve the odds of winning this incredible prize.

The contest will run from November 5 through December 14, 2012 at noon CST.  The winner will be announced on December 17.

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About Shopko

Founded in 1962 and headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Shopko Stores Operating Co., LLC is a $3 billion retailer that operates almost 350 stores in 22 states throughout the Midwest, Mountain, North Central and Pacific Northwest regions. Retail formats include 134 Shopko stores, providing quality name-brand merchandise, great values, pharmacy and optical services in small to mid-sized cities; 5 Shopko Express Rx stores, a convenient neighborhood drugstore concept; and 118 Shopko Hometown locations, a smaller concept store developed to meet the needs of smaller communities.  Shopko is in the process of converting over 55 recently-acquired stores and pharmacies to the Shopko Hometown brand.  For more information, visit


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