The Green Bay Packers shareholder's meeting has been scheduled for 10 a.m. on July 15 at the new Resch Center, across the street from Lambeau Field.<p>
Last year, about 2,000 shareholders attended the two-and-a-half-hour meeting in the Brown County Area, soaking in reports from various members of the board of directors, a state of the team address from head coach and general manager Mike Sherman, a first-ever salary cap report by vice president of player finance and general counsel Andrew Brandt, and an update on the Lambeau Field renovation by Robert Dunn of the Hammes Co.
The meeting concluded with about a dozen questions from shareholders.
A total of 4,748,909 shares are owned by 110,901 stockholders, none of whom receive any dividend on the original investment. Green Bay Packers, Inc. has been a publicly-owned, non-profit corporation since 1923.