Milton Moskowitz over at Mother Jones has a piece up about putting 'soul' (whatever that means) into the buisness world, and he leads with the Packers as an example of a business with 'soul'. I found something curious within:
The result is a community -- and team -- spirit unmatched in any other National Football League city. That's why Packer players who score touchdowns leap into the stands to embrace spectators. That's why fans at Lambeau Field sing "Amazing Grace" during time-outs. That's why, as Bruce Adams of the San Francisco Examiner wrote last year, "a group of nuns 75 miles away in Fond du Lac prays for the Packers on Sunday morning and then settles down in front of a television set to watch the game."
I'm familiar with everything but the bolded part. Is this true? I can't recall ever hearing a rousing rendition of "Amazing Grace" during a time out at Lambeau Field. Perhaps there's a "Rock & Roll (Part 2) - The Amazing Grace Remix" that I am unaware of...?
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