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Packer Jordy Nelson Named New Host of Charity Softball Game

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Grand Chute -

Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson has been named the new host of the annual Charity Softball Game at Fox Cities Stadium.

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers and Nelson made the announcement Tuesday morning in Grand Chute.

The 2014 game, pitting the Packers offense against the Packers defense, will be held on Sunday June 8 at 1:05 p.m.

"It will be an honor to host the annual Charity Softball Game this year," said Nelson.  "I hope that the fans, my teammates and the Packers organization will continue to support this amazing community event that helps so many charitable causes. Everyone will see a great show this year, and of course, a victory for the offense!"

You can purchase package tickets starting on Monday, November 18 at 10 a.m.  The package includes the charity game and three Timber Rattlers games.

Package prices are as follows:

  • Premium Box Seat: $86
  • Box Seat: $70
  • Reserved Seat: $50

 

Individual tickets go on sale on Thursday, November 21 at 10:00am. Prices are as follows:

  • Premium Box Seat: $50
  • Box Seat: $34
  • Reserved Bleacher Seat: $23
  • General Admission Grass Seat: $12
  • Limited Patio Tables: $200

You can purchase tickets over the phone at 800-WI-TIMBER or (920) 733-4152; in person at the Fox Cities Stadium Box Office; or online at www.timberrattlers.com

The Timber Rattlers say a record crowd of 9,010 were on hand for the 2013 game hosted by Donald Driver.

"Jordy Nelson is a great player and friend," said Driver.  "I am excited that he will be hosting the game this year.  I want to thank all of the fans for their amazing support during the six years I hosted the game.  Thank you to the Timber Rattlers and Packers organizations for supporting the game."


 

 

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