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Associated Bank's Touchdown Central Lets Packers Fans Test Their Passing Skills

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Associated Bank's Touchdown Central Lets Packers Fans Test Their Passing Skills

At Packers home games this season, fans will be able to testing their throwing ablilities. In the Assocaited Bank interactive zones, located in both the Fan Walkway and the Atrium at Lambeau FIeld on Packer game days, fans can throw passes to Jordy Nelson or Randall Cobb simulations. Fans can also work on their touchdown celebration dances and get their pictures taken with an overlay with Nelson, Cobb and Davante Adams. 

In their press release, Christopher Piotrowski the chief marketing officer for Associated Bank said: 

“In celebrating the longevity of our relationship with the Packers, Associated Bank significantly expanded its long-standing Packers partnership in 2014 to include numerous activities for fans, customers and communities throughout Wisconsin. This season in partnering with Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb and Davante Adams, we’re bringing a renewed energy and fresh approach to the Green Bay Packers partnership with an even greater online, in-person and game-day experience through Touchdown Central.”

Fans unable to attend home games, can also participate online through the Associated Bank Touchdown Central website or use the hashtag #ABTDCentral. Fans will have a chance of winning autographed jerseys and Associated Bank will donate up to $20,000 to a local non-profit in honor of the player that receives the most uploads. 

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