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Green Bay, WI As one of the NFL’s premiere franchises, the Green Bay Packers have a solid championship record— 13 non-losing seasons in a row starting in 1992— and they are the only non-profit, community-owned major league professional sports team in the United States. When it’s game time at Lambeau Field (the team’s home), there’s plenty of history, excitement, lots of sports fans in attendance, and an overwhelmingly high level of wireless technology keeping the lines of communication open.

Listen’s Stationary FM systems offer 57 frequencies to choose from making these ideal in applications where there is a large amount of other RF products in use. Fans use Listen assistive listening receivers to listen to listen to sound from the sound system that may not be able to be heard because of hearing difficulties, noise or acoustics.  An FM transmitter transmits the sound to small receivers worn by fans and connected to their ear with earphones.

Lambeau Field at glance:

  • Dedicated: Sept. 29, 1957, Green Bay 21, Chicago Bears 17.
  • Capacity: 72,928 present; 65,290 to 66,110 in 2002; 60,890 in 2001; 32,500 in 1957 (original seating)
  • Original name: “City Stadium” (new City Stadium)
  • Original Cost: $960,000 (paid off in 1978)
  • Renamed: Rededicated as Lambeau Field Sept. 11, 1965, following death of Curly Lambeau the previous June.
  • Owner: City of Green Bay and Green Bay/Brown County Professional Football Stadium District (operated/maintained by the team).
  • Field:Installed in 2007, the top level of the field system is 12 inches of root-zone sand and Kentucky bluegrass turf. DD GrassMaster synthetic fibers are stitched into the surface, providing strength and stability to the field. Fibers extend approximately seven inches below the surface and are exposed approximately one inch above the surface and are spaced every three-quarters of an inch. Approximately 20 million individual stitches make up the process.
  • Heating system: Installed in 2007 and contains more than 30 miles of radiant heating pipe, which can maintain a root-zone temperature of 55-plus degrees to keep the ground from freezing during the season’s latter months. First system was put in by Vince Lombardi for 1967 season (failed during Ice Bowl).
  • Location: 1265 Lombardi Ave., southwest Green Bay.
  • NFL Championship Games: Three (1961, 1965 and 1967).
  • Packers all-time record: Regular Season: 166-104-4 (.614); Postseason: 13-3-0 (.813); Overall: 179-107-4 (.625)
Three separate ListenTALK receivers in a row with different group names on each display screen.
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