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Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by CaliforniaCheez, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. Heatherthepackgirl

    Heatherthepackgirl Cheesehead

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    I keep clicking everyday...I thought to they would loose out to the Steelers, but now we are leading...WOO HOOOO way to go guys and gals...!!!!
     
  2. joshm4

    joshm4 Cheesehead

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    Top 5 as of Nov 7th 5:41 pm
    1 GREEN BAY---410,302
    2 Pittsburgh-----367,058
    3 Cincinnati-----360,887
    4 Indianapolis---275,964
    5 Chicago--------74,888
    hell yea everyone
    o and look at how close the race race is between 1st and last
    32 Arizona------2,165
    wow everyone vote like hell i dont want arizona catching us
     
  3. Ryan

    Ryan Cheesehead

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    Have YOU clicked today??

    GO HERE
     
  4. Ryan

    Ryan Cheesehead

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    Green Bay Packers 649,934
    Pittsburgh Steelers 520,690
    Cincinnati Bengals 486,055
     
  5. ladyjane98

    ladyjane98 Cheesehead

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    Green Bay Packers 662,998

    Pittsburgh Steelers 528,627

    Cincinnati Bengals 492,805

    Indianapolis Colts 457,537


    Remember to vote :) The colts are moving up.

    Happy Thanksgiving!!!!
     
  6. IronMan

    IronMan Cheesehead

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    Green Bay Packers 689,281

    Pittsburgh Steelers 542,120

    Cincinnati Bengals 503,169
     
  7. smlutz

    smlutz Cheesehead

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    Woo-hoo we're winning!
     
  8. PackerLegend

    PackerLegend Cheesehead

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    up by almost 200,000


    Team Total Votes
    Green Bay Packers 760,018

    Pittsburgh Steelers 576,765

    Cincinnati Bengals 543,987

    Indianapolis Colts 528,283
     
  9. ladyjane98

    ladyjane98 Cheesehead

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    Don't forget to vote :cheerleader:

    Green Bay Packers 835,182

    Pittsburgh Steelers 615,049

    Indianapolis Colts 599,447

    Cincinnati Bengals 583,668
     
  10. IPBprez

    IPBprez Cheesehead

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    Hello Cheeseheads --- Wanted to stop in, now that someone yanked my chain and woke me up ....

    Over on my IPB site - heard tell of Chunky Soup and how the STEELERS were kickin our backsides --- as of THIS POSTING, we now have SEVEN DAYS, and suddenly the Indy Colts are in 2nd place - due to a local Commercial due-dab on the morning news reports and their local Sports Talk Show.

    BUT - Over on our web site, we allowed the Steelers fans to teach us how to click back-n-forth, so we could keep voting "over & over" for hours and hours, on end. But, hey, that's just me......

    We have ONE WEEK left, and I'd hate to have to watch the future LA Ponies beat out the DIEHARD Cheeseheads, because no one here really gives a damn

    Colts are 636,784
    Packers are 868,518

    So the Steelers have dropped to 3rd place and that means the Bengals are below that.

    I had posted on IPB about how the Packers could make ONE MILLION.
    With the lack of frequency on posting here... it probably won't happen....

    But - here's the deal -- the Colts "can" and might possibly win if the Cheeseheads don't watch their proverbial backsides... If you've been watching, the Colts were "way down" on the totem pole until their local media decided to ride them about their lack of fandom. Now look.....

    It could happen - the Packers finally losing even this....

    GET BACK TO VOTING - if you need instructions - click below ---

    Chunky Soup Voting Tips, by IPBprez

    Help me out here folks -- I've been regularly touching base with ALL of the other Packer Clubs and alerting them about our standings and to KEEP VOTING. I'M ABOUT TO DO IT ONCE AGAIN, even over the phone, starting with Tulsa-Tim....

    Let's do this... and get it right in the process!

    //...IPBprez
     
  11. IronMan

    IronMan Cheesehead

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    Green Bay Packers 885,337
    Indianapolis Colts 650,809
    Pittsburgh Steelers 642,394
     
  12. CaliforniaCheez

    CaliforniaCheez Cheesehead

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    Green Bay Packers 958,023
    Indianapolis Colts 715,490
    Pittsburgh Steelers 673,772
    Cincinnati Bengals 639,159
    Chicago Bears 401,740
    Kansas City Chiefs 237,378
    Detroit Lions 204,120
    Dallas Cowboys 202,729
    New Orleans Saints 186,651
    St. Louis Rams 183,433
    New England Patriots 181,416
    Seattle Seahawks 133,672
    Baltimore Ravens 121,000
    Cleveland Browns 109,437
    Denver Broncos 98,986
    San Diego Chargers 96,075
    Buffalo Bills 92,872
    Houston Texans 79,160
    Jacksonville Jaguars 72,273
    Minnesota Vikings 71,014
    Philadelphia Eagles 63,955
    Carolina Panthers 58,999
    Tennessee Titans 54,539
    Arizona Cardinals 31,250
    Washington Redskins 31,054
    Miami Dolphins 30,405
    Atlanta Falcons 27,223
    New York Giants 21,009
    San Francisco 49ers 15,923
    T Bay Buccaneers 15,636
    Oakland Raiders 14,511
    New York Jets 10,267

    5,833,171 votes were cast. The Packers received more than 1 of every 6 votes or 16.4237%.

    Thank you for voting.
     
  13. Heatherthepackgirl

    Heatherthepackgirl Cheesehead

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    Hot soup and frozen tundra are turning out to be an unbeatable team.
    78663Soup Contest
    Recent Coverage
    11/16/06: Packers leading Chunky race
    10/26/06: Packers go for fifth title ... in soup
    Advertisement

    Green Bay Packers fans - for the fifth consecutive year - have won Campbell Soup Co.'s annual "Click for Cans" contest, in which online voters back their favorite National Football League team to earn cans of Chunky soup for local food pantries. The winning team gets enough soup to equal the total weight of its players. In the Packers' case, that's more than 13,000 pounds.

    Packers fans blitzed Campbell's special Web site and clicked the Packers logo 958,023 times in the two-month voting period that ended at midnight Friday, crushing the runner-up Indianapolis Colts fans by more than 242,000 votes.

    In football terms, it was a blowout.

    As a result, Campbell's will be shipping about 13,200 cans of soup to the Packers, who plan to distribute it statewide this winter, said Cathy Dworak, community relations manager for the Packers.

    Although the Packers have distributed the soup only in Green Bay in the past, this year, the cans will be distributed to major food pantries all over the state, Dworak said. She said the team will figure out when and how to do that after the football season.
    A winning record

    Dworak said the Packers' success in the soup drive probably has something to do with the ubiquitous nature of fans.

    "We have them all over the United States and even outside the U.S.," Dworak said.

    It didn't hurt, either, that the Packers had a link on the team's Web site - one of the most-viewed of any NFL franchise - to the contest.
    More rewards

    Campbell's also awards the team with the most-improved number of clicks this year - the Colts - with 2,006 cans of Chunky soup.

    In all, more than 5.8 million votes were cast among the 32 teams.

    Asked whether the Packers could ever be dethroned, Campbell's spokesman John Faulkner said: "I'd be hard-pressed to bet against them. They've got a track record of success in this contest that's hard to beat now."
     
  14. CaliforniaCheez

    CaliforniaCheez Cheesehead

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    Heather, could you provide a link to that story?

    Packers.com is "one of the most viewed NFL websites"....Almost all the others have a forum like this. There are too many posters on the many Packer discussion sites(like Packer Forum) for the Packers.com site to accomodate.

    Five years in a row is really something. The voting started after Reggie White did commercials for them. I've only voted for 3 years and less this year than last year.

    Approximately 90,000 clicks a day is a little more than one a second in total. Over 15,000 of those daily clicks were by Packer fans or more than 10 every minute of every hour of every day.

    For a certain percentage of Packer fans to vote this way is really impressive.
     
  15. Heatherthepackgirl

    Heatherthepackgirl Cheesehead

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    Packers fans bowl over competitors in soup contest
     
  16. Heatherthepackgirl

    Heatherthepackgirl Cheesehead

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  17. Heatherthepackgirl

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    There you go....:)
     

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