It can’t be playoff football unless it’s freeze-your-snots cold up in Green Bay. If global warming exists and it ever gets to a point where there is no snow and ice in Wisconsin in the month of January, we might as well just cancel the NFL season or move the Packers to Antarctica. Fear not, old time football fans. There is snow currently sitting in the stands at Lambeau Field. With a Sunday afternoon game against the Giants quickly approaching, the Packers are looking for snow shovelers. This from the Green Bay Press Gazette before more than four inches of snow fell on Thursday.
They’ve put out the call for 450 shovelers, who are asked to report to the Fleet Farm Gate at 10 a.m. Shovelers must be 15. The Packers will provide shovels.
The Packers will pay $10 an hour, which is up from $8 an hour in previous years. Shovelers will be paid when the work is done.
There you have it. As you can see from the picture above, the line is growing fast. Just bring yourself and a winter coat and you can make some extra cash while also helping the Packers work toward a Super Bowl repeat. If you aren’t from Green Bay and couldn’t care less about this announcement, we apologize. With the economy in the type of shape it’s in, we’re just doing our best to inform everyone of job openings in their area.Google+