All power for the Tundra Tailgate Zone is provided by a pair of Caterpillar generators supplied by FABCO.
For the second year in a row, the Green Bay Packers have created the Tundra Tailgate zone just outside Lambeau Field.
Located in the parking lot on the stadium’s east side, this year the area includes two climate-controlled tents with many amenities. The larger of the two tents provides fans with the opportunity to listen to live music, get alumni autographs, purchase food and beverages and possibly even get their hands on some free Packer gear. The area is open to the public and there is no charge for admission.
Those without game tickets can stick around to watch the game on the Zone’s large projection TV. A second tent on the site is used as a corporate hospitality area with controlled access.
All power for the Tundra Tailgate Zone is provided by a pair of Caterpillar generators supplied by FABCO. One 350kW and one 400kW unit are quietly doing their job providing whatever electrical needs are thrown their way.
The Tundra Tailgate Zone is in operation during training camp and throughout the regular season.
Should the Packers have what it takes to make it to the playoffs, the Zone also will be up and running during the post season.
(This story first appeared in Fall 2009 Jobsite Solutions publication and was reprinted with permission of FABCO CAT)
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