Football is being welcomed back with open arms in Green Bay.
The Packers play at Lambeau Field eight times a year for approximately three hours a week, but the effects of game-day go a lot further than that.
“We look at about a $14 million economic impact,” Director of Marketing and Communications for Greater Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau Brenda Krainik tells Wisconsin’s Morning News.
“Green Bay is definitely the smallest city to host any professional team, and it really makes a difference in our community.”
The Packers kick off the 2018 season Sunday night against the Bears.
For the full interview with Krainik, click on the player below.