Green and Golden Moments: Bob Harlan and the Green Bay Packers - Book

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The Green and Golden Moments: Bob Harlan and the Green Bay Packers is an autobiography and tribute to one of the greatest football franchises. Written by Bob Harlan with Dale Hofmann, Harlan invites Packers fans to reminisce with him about the highs and lows of a career in sports. From his time at Marquette University with legendary coach Al McGuire to winning a World Championship with the St. Louis Cardinals to his 36 years with the Green Bay Packers, Bob Harlan shares his stories and offers a behind-the-scenes look at the Packers. Packer fans everywhere will enjoy Green and Golden Moments.


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Authors: Bob Harlan with Dale Hofmann
Forewards by: Brett Favre and Ron Wolf
280 pages
6 in. x 9 in.
Hardcover
16-page color photo section
ISBN: 0975876988
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Bob Harlan was with the Green Bay Packers for 36 years, 18 of which he served as the president of the NFL franchise. Born in Iowa, he wanted to be a sports writer, but instead built a career that included college football, Major League Baseball and the National Football League. Prior to joining the Green Bay Packers in 1971, Harlan had been at Marquette University with legendary coach Al McGuire and also at the St. Louis Cardinals with Stan Musial. During his time with the Packers, Harlan helped establish them as an elite NFL organization both competitively and financially.

Dale Hofmann, a Northwestern University graduate, has covered every major sport as a columnist for the Milwaukee Sentinel and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from the Super Bowl to the World Series to the Olympics. A member of the Milwaukee Press Club Hall of Fame, he has won numerous state, local and national writing awards.