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Lambeau Field concessions seek volunteer groups for 2011 season

Levy Restaurants, the company that oversees all food and beverage operations at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, is looking for non-profit organizations who can provide 20 to 24 volunteers to work concession stands or run vending operations for the 20...

Levy Restaurants, the company that oversees all food and beverage operations at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, is looking for non-profit organizations who can provide 20 to 24 volunteers to work concession stands or run vending operations for the 2011 season.

Earning potential is $10,000 to $20,000 per season. The groups must be able to provide volunteers who are at least 18 years old and commit to each game of the season, including preseason, regular season and any playoff games. Training is provided.

In 2010, more than 60 groups worked at Lambeau Field and collectively raised more than $850,000 for their causes.

Organizations interested in staffing one of Lambeau Field's concession stands are encouraged to contact Lauren Vinoski, NFP Group Coordinator, for more information. She can be reached by telephone at 920-965-3751 or by e-mail at lvinoski@levyrestaurants.com .

More information about Levy Restaurants can be found online at www.LevyRestaurants.com .

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