Small Market Meetings

NOV 2016

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www.smallmarketmeetings.com Venue Showcase 30 Food is just as memorable as the event itself at Lambeau Field, and the event team at the stadi- um recruited the best in the city to cater to its guests' discriminat- ing tastes. Delaware North Sportservice is the catering part- ner at Lambeau Field, and its talented team of chefs offers cus- tom or set menus to bring the perfect flavor to any sort of event. Its Green and Gold Catering In less than a year, meeting guests will get exclusive access to a brand-new development adjacent to Lambeau Field when the Titletown District opens before the fall of 2017. The new district will include a 34-acre commercial, recreational and residential area filled with year- round entertainment options. Visitors will have access to fit- With Lambeau Field Stadium Tours, the Packers Pro Shop, the 1919 Kitchen and Tap restaurant and the Packers Hall of Fame, attendees and guests will have plenty to do during downtime. The Stadium Tour at Lambeau Field is one of the top group requests when events are booked; its passionate tour guides offer a Meeting Spaces Pregame Extras ness-related activities like the 300-foot sledding and tubing hill and a regulation-size football field, cultural opportunities at the plaza, multiuse facilities for meetings or gatherings in the park, and festive game-day fun at the activity area and play- ground featuring football-spe- cific equipment. range of customizable tours for groups that show the various levels of the stadium. The biggest highlight for most guests is the chance to enter on the field level. The event staff can arrange for guests to feel like one of the players as they walk through the players' tunnel onto historic Lambeau Field. Lambeau Field offers 12 flexi- ble meeting spaces throughout the venue for meetings and events. The Atrium Floor is the largest of the spaces at 39,561 square feet and holds more than 1,000 guests; it connects to the Legends Pre-Function Area, which comprises 10,441 square feet. The Atrium level also fea- tures the Legends Club Room, which can be divided into four separate spaces that hold up to 150 guests each; the North Balcony, which holds up to 400 guests; the MVP Box 4039, which holds up to 50 guests; and the Fourth-Floor Indoor Clubs, which hold up to 250 guests. The North End of the stadium offers the Sixth-Floor Indoor Clubs, which hold up to 200 guests, and the North Loft, which holds up to 200 guests. The South End fea- tures the Miller Lite Lounge and holds up to 200 guests, the Miller Lite Deck holds up to 500 guests, the Terrace Suites hold up to 250 guests, the Festival Foods MVP Deck holds up to 275 guests, and the Champions Club holds up to 225 guests. The South Loft is a viewing deck only with 3,005 square feet. Modeled after the Green Bay Packers Executive Boardroom, the Lombardi Boardroom features three spaces that range from a maximum capacity of eight guests to a maximum capacity of 26 guests. Breakfast is a favorite for a quick start, with a build-your-own- parfait station and a selection of egg sandwiches, and its plated breakfasts with cinnamon vanil- la French toast are perfect for morning meetings. Cold and hot lunches are available, along with a selection of break and snack options, but the team truly shines with its dinner menus. Alcohol is available. occurred to preserve the stadium's iconic "retro" look while expanding it to include seating for up to 81,435 visitors, Lambeau Field is still considered so much more than a typical stadium. It's the heart of Green Bay. Whether it's during a game or during a tour, the stadium radiates with a pulse all its own. Lambeau Field has the longest active home- field tenure in the NFL, and many football fans consider it a bucket list experience to visit the stadium at least once during their lives. Many others make it an annual pilgrimage to just step inside for a tour through the Packers past. But this iconic stadium's legendary atmo- sphere isn't only a special place to watch a game; it's an amazing venue for hosting a variety of large- or small-scale events. The event staff at Lambeau Field operates as its own exclusive team of highly trained players and looks at each gathering at the stadium through the lens of its own playbook, tailoring and managing each event to match the host's precise vision. The venue provides meeting space for five to 1,000 guests to come together for memorable events as wide-ranging as corporate outings, training seminars, team-building events, trade shows, concerts, wedding receptions, reunions and more. The Lambeau Field Atrium can hold more than 1,000 people for meetings.

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