Donald Driver is returning to Neuroscience Group Field

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Packers Fans will be able to enjoy not one, but two softball games this summer.

Back by popular demand, Donald Driver will be returning to Neuroscience Group Field for another charity softball game. 

Participants for this year’s game will include Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Champion and current NFL Network Analyst James Jones and 2017 Donald Driver Charity Softball Game MVP Steve Novak will each participate in the game. 

Donald Driver commented about his return: “I continue to appreciate and thank the amazing fans that support this game. Last year’s response was truly overwhelming, and I can’t wait to connect with everyone this year to raise money for an important cause.” 

The game will raise money for the Donald Driver Foundation.The mission of the Donald Driver Foundation is to display Strong Hands, Strong Minds, and Loving Hearts to serve as a hand up, not a hand out.

The game will be hosted on Sunday, August 5 at 1:05 pm. 

Front row box seat tickets are $50, standard box seat tickets are $40, reserved bleacher seat tickets are $25 and general admission grass seats are $10. 

There are also a limited number of patio tables – which seat four – available at $200. The patio tables will include one autographed item signed by Donald Driver.

There are 69 All-You-Can-Eat seats available for this game for $80 per seat.  This ticket includes admission to the game, an all-you-can-eat picnic for 90 minutes, and two beverages. 

Tickets will be available for purchase on Tuesday, May 1 beginning at 10:00 am. 

Tickets to the Donald Driver Charity Softball Game are available in one of the following ways:  Over the phone at 800-WI-TIMBER or (920) 733-4152; in person at the Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium Box Office; or through the internet at

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