The Green Bay Packers
Scoring with Dynamic Digital Moments for Football Fans
Americaneagle.com's partnership with the Packers began with the development of an official app for the team. The app provided sophisticated mobile functionality during a time when most teams in the NFL didn't have a similar mobile presence. As the NFL has since taken their web properties in-house, this has been retired. However, Americaneagle.com still maintains two separate sites for the Packers.
The first, PackersEverywhere.com, was built for loyal fans to find bars, watch parties, and other ways to interact with each other, not just across the state of Wisconsin but across the country as well. The site features alert banners to provide announcements about events to anyone who visits the site and, if a game time changes, it will be displayed across all pages. There is a members portal for bar owners and managers that allows them to establish their own profile and receive promotional information and materials from the team. Approved bars and restaurants can even use front-end tools to add menus and location-specific events.
As the team's 100th anniversary grew closer, the Green Bay Packers approached Americaneagle.com for a second website full of historical and interactive content. The eventual site, 100.Packers.com, came about after months of research and strategy work. The centerpiece of 100.Packers.com is the 100 Moments in Time section. From the founding of the Green Bay Packers in 1919 to the retirement of Brett Favre, this section showcased 100 moments that defined the team with each moment revealed over time. After the first 100 days of being live, a bracket-style tournament was launched that allowed fans to vote and rank each moment. By advertising at games, this tournament kept fans coming back to the site, with visitors still circling back to the page months later.
Since partnering with Americaneagle.com, the Green Bay Packers have been able to connect with fans in new ways with an enhanced digital presence that has become the envy of other teams.