GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers and Time Warner Cable are looking to color the landscape green and gold.
15,000 Packers yard signs are available starting Friday at 13 Time Warner Cable locations throughout the state. They are available for pick up between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
The promotion, which provides one free sign per person, is in preparation of Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Chicago Bears.
In our area fans can get the signs at the following locations: Appleton Main Office (3520 E. Destination Dr.); Green Bay (2580 W. Mason St.); Marinette (3900 Hall Ave., Suite F); and Oshkosh (1825 Witzel Ave.).
Time Warner Cable officials say if the Packers advance to the Super Bowl, they plan on handing out more signs.
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