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Persistence Pays Off For Medallion Hunters

Discussion in 'Official Packers.com News' started by News Bot, Apr 23, 2009.

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    Apr 18, 2009
    DE PERE, Wis. -- The Packers Draft Party Medallion remained hidden for nine days, but one day before the 10th and final clue would have pointed the hundreds of seekers to its specific location, the Goodacre family found it.

    Mark and Tiffany Goodacre, along with their three children and two nephews, had been driving north to Green Bay from Neenah every day for about a week. Having researched each daily clue on the internet and getting closer and closer to pinpointing the hiding spot, they finally uncovered the three-inch gold-colored medallion at around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night underneath a pine tree in De Pere's Voyageur Park.

    "It was neat and it was good we could get the whole family involved," Mark said. "The kids said they were on a treasure hunt."

    The five youngsters involved in the hunt ranged in age from 3 to 12 years old and were on spring break last week when the search began. For their investigative abilities and admirable persistence, the Goodacres..


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