GREEN BAY (WKOW) -- It's going to be busy next week at Lambeau Field.
The Packers will be holding their annual shareholders meeting and training camp kicks-off.
But, team management says it's already been a summer unlike any the team has seen before.
In June, it set the record for the most visitor tours in a single month.
And, just last week Brett Favre was inducted into the Packers' Hall of Fame and his jersey was retired.
Team president Mark Murphy says improvements to the atrium and other areas are a plus, but that intangible sense of history is the real draw.
"Ultimately it's Lambeau Field, it's this iconic stadium, I was talking to people today from Louisville, Kentucky, California, Oregon, people want to come visit it," said Murphy.
On Tuesday, the Packers hold their annual shareholders meeting inside the stadium.
And Wednesday, players will report for their physicals before training camp begins the next day.
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