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The Green Bay Packers has a long history of pride and victories since its founding in 1919. And now that the football season is soon to start, the team from Green Bay in Wisconsin will once again dominate the football arena and bring home the bacon for the nth time.

The Green Bay Packers is one of the professional football team playing in the National Football Conference's (NFC) North Division. The team is one of the oldest National Football League (NFL) franchises wherein its roots can be traced to community-based teams that were widespread back then. The team founded by George Whitney Calhoun and Earl Lambeau or more fondly called 'Curly' joined NFL in 1921 and since then, it won considerable numbers of championships and recognitions. And with the coming football season, fans could already buy Green Bay Packers Tickets to keep the excitement rolling and the cheers flying to this once called 'small town' team.

Also, buying your football season's tickets ahead of time will ensure you a good spot to cheer and enjoy this American past time. But aside from this, there are other numerous reasons why you should buy Green Bay Packers Tickets like:

1. A String of Championships and Recognitions. The Green Bay Packers is one of the most awarded football team in the U.S. The team won the well-deserved 13 World Championships followed by the Chicago Bears with only 9. The 13 outstanding championships made the Green Bay Packers the only NFL team to receive such number of victories.

Also, it seems that this football team which was also called the 'Indian Packers', 'Big Bay Blues', 'Blues' and 'Bays' during its early years was comfortable in bringing home the bacon especially after winning a back-to-back AFL-NFL Super Bowl Championships in 1966 and 67. On 1996, the team again bagged another Super Bowl Championship followed by another one in 2011. While in between Super Bowl matches, the team's hard work won them 9 Conference championships and 13 Divisions championships. Another feat for 'The Pack' or 'The Green and Gold' as the team is also fondly called is its record of winning NFL titles for three consecutive years in 1929 to 31 and in 1965 to 67.

2. 21 Strong Hall of Famers. Another reason why fans buy Green Bay Packers Tickets is the fire and excitement offered by each and every game. The Green Bay packers is one strong and formidable opponent even to its rival the Chicago Bears. Although the team recorded 21 Pro Football Hall of Famers, only second to the Bears, it is still a feat for 'The Green and Gold' team. Packers heroes with the likes of Lambeau, Robert Hubbard, Don Hutson, Jhonny McNally, Clarke Hinkle, Mike Michalske, Arnie Herber, Tony Canadeo, Jim Taylor, Forrest Gregg, Bart Starr, Ray Nitschke, Herb Adderley, Willie Davis, Jim Ringo Paul Hornung, Willie Wood, Henry Jordan, James Lofton and Reggie White. The great Coach of the Year and multi-awarded Vince Lombardi was also in the Hall of Fame. So, with the upcoming football season, the Green Bay Packers will surely make this season enjoyable and something to look forward to.

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  1. I want to start paddleboarding, but have no idea where to begin…any suggestions?

    • Todd Saunders, 29, of Palos Verdes, Calif., felt he had a clear-cut choice when it came to staying in shape. On the one hand, there was the mental clutter of the gym with its tired ambient music, wall-to-wall TVs and fluorescent lighting, and on the other, the unfettered stillness of the open ocean and a streamlined 18-foot paddleboard.

      It was an easy decision. He chose to be outside, stroking his way to a sinewy body.

      “I paddle at least two miles before I go to work every morning,” said Saunders, a photographer and director. “Before the sun comes up, I’m on the water, away from noise, cars, cell phones and e-mail, watching the coast from far away. There’s nothing out there on the ocean except you and your breathing except for dolphins, birds, wildlife.”

      Paddleboarders don’t ride waves standing up the way surfers do: They simply paddle. Either lying prone or kneeling on their 12- to 18-foot craft, paddlers move through the water using only their arms for locomotion. The sport conditions not only the arm muscles, but also the back, the abdomen and the legs, which must stay engaged to keep the board from tipping.

      Paddling has long been an integral part of surfing. From the 1920s to the ’60s, most surfers paddled to keep themselves in shape for big-wave sessions. But as surfing took off, few of its new fans bothered with paddleboarding, with its meditative but comparatively tedious focus on perseverance. It became a pastime of surfers on days when waves weren’t up to snuff.

      Now it is catching on among water-lovers who want to get away from it all while they work out, and surfers interested in the sport’s roots or weary of crowded surfing lineups. It has even snared a few gym refugees.

      Sales of paddleboards, which are longer and more streamlined than surfboards and cost from $1,500 to $3,000, have increased in the last few years, makers say. For instance, Joe Bark of Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., a leading paddleboard maker, or shaper, said his production has more than tripled since 2001.

      Another indicator of the sport’s growth is the number of entrants in paddleboard races. More than 100 competitors are expected to register for the Quiksilver Molokai to Oahu paddleboard race in Hawaii in July, up from 58 in 2003 — a significant increase considering that each paddler must have an escort boat.

      In the last decade, participation in the Catalina Classic, a 32-miler in Southern California, has nearly doubled. Last year, in Hawaii, a popular sprint race from Sunset Beach to Waimea Bay had 265 competitors, up from 125 in 1999.

      “There’s been an orders-of-magnitude explosion in nearly all of the waterman disciplines in the last few years,” wrote Scott Hulet, the editor of The Surfer’s Journal, in an e-mail message. The explosion he refers to includes paddleboarding, kiteboarding (a windy-day diversion that involves being pulled by a kite while on a board) and, of course, surfing.

      “I suspect most of it is attributable to an expanding coastal population,” Hulet said. “And maybe the hope that they’ll end up looking like Laird Hamilton.”

      As people seek respites from the commotion of their lives, paddleboarding clubs are cropping up far from traditional hubs like California and Hawaii.

      “For about 10 years there were only a handful of us around,” said Jim Arnold, 46, a real estate broker in East Hampton, N.Y., who founded the Hamptons Paddle Club in 2005. “Each of us had lived either in California or someplace else where paddleboarding was prevalent, and brought it back East with us.” In its second year, the club doubled in size to 18 members.

      “People are finding that it’s a great way to get a workout, and that it’s so much nicer to be on the water than in the gym,” said Bark, 46, the paddleboard maker. “I used to build boards mainly for surfers and watermen, but now I’m making a lot of boards for people that are just looking to stay fit, but who’d rather be out in nature.”

      Others are attracted to paddleboarding because it’s easy on the joints. “I have a knee injury that’s limited the amount of things that I can do, both on a surfboard and for exercise,” said Dan Dixon, 31, of Cardiff, Calif., a surfer for 15 years. “Paddling allows me to still stay out on the water.”

      Whereas surfers’ sessions are punctuated with short bursts of paddling and interminable waits, paddleboarders are engaged in nonstop conditioning. On boards that skim through the water with ease, paddlers often head out when the wind is down, looking for smooth water that allows them to build momentum.

      Others go after rougher conditions, paddling into the waves for a set distance, then spinning around and riding a swell toward shore while staying in the paddling position, coasting for hundreds of yards at a time on open-ocean swells.

      Either style is great exercise.

      Some paddlers never see the ocean at all. “Paddling on the lake puts me at high altitude and in a new environment of trees and mountains that most paddlers don’t see,” said Tim Kessler, 50, of Carnelian Bay, Calif., who started working out on Lake Tahoe four years ago after back surgery. He has since worked up to doing eight to 14 miles a day in preparation for a paddle excursion the length of the California coast to raise awareness of environmental issues.

      Not everyone likes a marathon paddle. Dozens of more accessible events as short as two miles cater to weekend paddlers. In the summer, there’s a paddleboard contest nearly every weekend in Hawaii and California, and their frequency is increasing on the East Coast. (Go to eatonsurf.com or paddleboards.com for calendars.) :-)

  2. Where can I get a replacement remote control for a Hampton Bay ceiling fan?
    We moved into a new house, and the remote for the bedroom ceiling fan was not left here. Every time we turn on the light the fan goes on, and we can’t have the fan on at night because we can’t turn the light off.

    I have searched online for replacement parts but I have just run into a lot of complaint sites and dead end help sites.

    Can anyone link me to a site or give me a phone number so I can purchase a replacement remote?