Green Bay Packers: Trials, Triumphs and Traditions - Book

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Green Bay Packers: Trials, Triumphs and Traditions is a book about professional football's most iconic team. This comprehensive, up-to-date history of the Green Bay Packers by William Povletich, with a forward by Bob Harlan, covers the great successes of the team. The history of the NFL's only small-town football franchise is a story of business creativity as well as football supremacy. With more than 112,158 stockholders, the Packers are the only professional sports franchise owned by fans. Familiar names like Lambeau, Canadea, Lombardi, Hornung, Holmgren and White led the way to a league-best 13 NFL titles and 21 Hall of Fame inductees. Every Packer fan will enjoy Green Bay Packers: Trials, Triumphs and Traditions!


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By: William Povletich
Forward by: Bob Harlan
416 pages
337 color and b/w photos and illustrations
8 in. x 9 in.
Paperback
ISBN 9780870204975
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William Povletich is a native of Mequon, Wisconsin, and a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Povletich's documentary Henry Aaron's Summer Up North was an official selection to the 2006 National Baseball Hall of Fame Film Festival and the 2005 Wisconsin Film Festival. Povletich was an executive producer of the one-hour television special Milwaukee Braves: The Golden Legacy for Fox Sports Net, the fiftieth-anniversary tribute to the 1957 World Series champions. He is the author of Green Bay Packers: Legends in Green and Gold and has written many magazine articles on sports and entertainment. He is an Emmy Award?nominated and Peabody Award?winning documentary filmmaker who now lives in Los Angeles with his wife and sons.