Great Lakes and Upper South in the News: "Lambeau Field of dreams: New Titletown District a score for Green Bay" from the Chicago Tribune
Few would bet big on a team with a 4-6 record and four-game losing streak, but the wily Green Bay Packers ended up getting one step away from the Super Bowl despite a lackluster start to the 2016 season.
The Packers' unlikely comeback isn't the only welcome development emanating from the smallest city in the NFL and the only publicly owned team in major pro sports. Emerging from 34 acres of tundra by Lambeau Field is the $130 million Titletown District that promises to give travelers reasons other than football to visit Green Bay, Wis.
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