Green Bay, WI (WTAQ) - The Green Bay Packers have rededicated the plaza on the north end of Lambeau Field to long-time Packers executive Bob Harlan.
The plaza bore his name from 2003 until earlier this year when construction work tore up one of the more photographed areas of the stadium.
The area outside the Miller Lite gate included statues of team founder, former player and coach Curly Lambeau and coach Vince Lombardi. The iconic statues are now in the newly remodeled plaza.
Harlan served in various roles with the Packers over his 37-year tenure, most recently serving as the team chairman from 2007-2008, until he retired with “chairman emeritus” status.