Mark Murphy

We are proud of the role that the Green Bay Packers organization plays in bringing visitors to the Greater Green Bay area. We are also proud of our partners – the hotels, restaurants and attractions – that help make a one-of-a-kind visitor experience possible here.

One of our partners, the Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau, plays a key role in helping over 5.5 million people a year learn more about what to do when they are here – which has a significant impact on our overall economy.

We support its vision to create a stand-alone, outstanding visitor center – just west of the Titletown District and Lambeau Field. The CVB’s vision is in line with ours – which is to share the rich history, opportunity, and enjoyment of this area with as many people as we can. Together, we’re helping the world see what a wonderful place Greater Green Bay is to live, work and play.

Please consider being a part of making history by helping the Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau create a showpiece for our visitors – and our potential residents – because once you’re here, why would you want to be anywhere else?

Stephanie Klett

We are thrilled to see Green Bay support a visitor center at the entrance of the new Titletown District. Every year, millions of people from all over the world travel to Green Bay. A visitor center means these travelers will be greeted by friendly people who are knowledgeable, proud and passionate about their community. One of the best first impressions a destination can offer is a warm welcome and great customer service.

Michael Haddad

Schreiber Foods is very pleased to support the Experience Greater Green Bay Visitor Center. Not only will this help enhance tourism, it will assist us in attracting talent to our region. By having a modern ‘front door’ to learn about our community, prospective employees, entrepreneurs and their families will have an expanded understanding of what an outstanding place this is to live, work and play.”

Troy Streckenbach

The visitor center will help us enhance the economic impact of tourism in our region. Today, we already serve over 5.5 million people who spend $638 million within Greater Green Bay each year. Imagine what’s possible if we improve their ability to know more about what to do and where to go during their stay.

Susan Garot

This project will assist visitors in learning about our outstanding attractions, so people will know where to go, what to do and extend their stay while visiting Greater Green Bay.

Mark Skogen

The visitor center will become a showpiece to tell our story – the history, the traditions and the experience – of Greater Green Bay. The center will have interactive, high-tech, high-touch engagement activities for our visitors as they learn of our inventions, our culture, and, of course, our food!