GREEN BAY (WKOW) -- Thousands of people are making the pilgrimage to Lambeau Field this week.
They'll first be there for the team's annual shareholders meeting at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Many of the team's owners got to Green Bay early to visit the pro shop and take pictures in the stadium area.
About 15,000 shareholders are expected to be there, including some from out-of-state.
"Our whole family enjoys the Packers so we kind of make a family thing out of it. We enjoy every minute of it, it's fun," said shareholder Frank Standaerd.
Some of them will likely stick around for the team's first day of training camp practice, which is Thursday morning at Ray Nitschke Field, which is in the Packers' Lambeau complex.
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