After five days on the road, the Green Bay Packers “Tailgate Tour” finished its trek in Door County. The trip, which went as far west as La Crosse, wrapped up with stops in Institute and Sturgeon Bay. The first stop on the Peninsula Saturday saw the Packers traveling party help Habitat for Humanity work on a home on Rock Ridge Court. Three current players were joined by three players in the Packers Hall of Fame as they worked on the early portions of a home for the Krueger family. Former fullback William Henderson was happy to assist in the construction process…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/HENDERSON.mp3|titles=HENDERSON]
Working with Habitat for Humanity was a first for former offensive lineman Marco Rivera…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/RIVERA.mp3|titles=RIVERA]
The Packers “Tailgate Tour” came to an end at Sunset Park in Sturgeon Bay, where the current and former players signed autographs and held a question and answer session. Wide receiver Jordy Nelson said that he enjoyed the experience…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/NELSON.mp3|titles=NELSON]
While it was a long journey, safety Charlie Peprah was ready to do it all again…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/PEPRAH.mp3|titles=PEPRAH]
Kicker Mason Crosby and former Packers offensive lineman, Larry McCarren also were part of the “Tailgate Tour”. For more on the Packers journey across Wisconsin visit packers.com.