The Green Bay Packers were founded on August 11, 1919 by former high-school football rivals Earl "Curly" Lambeau and George Whitney Calhoun. Lambeau solicited funds for uniforms from his employer, the Indian Packing Company. He was given $500 for uniforms and equipment, on the condition that the team be named for its sponsor. Today "Green Bay Packers" is the oldest team-name still in use in the NFL, both by its nickname and by virtue of remaining in its original city.
It stands for Greatness.
Green Bay smarts.
If you are referring to the Green Bay Packers helmet, then it stands for Green Bay.
The G stands for Green Bay. And the Green Bay Packers are owned by the city.
The Green Bay Packers logo, which is an oval "G" was created in 1961. The G stands for Green Bay and this logo was designed by Gerald Braisher when Lombardi asked him to create a logo.
Yes! Georgia Tech actually has the same font of the G on both the Green bay Packers logo and their own. The answer is really no, Georgia tech does not. It is the University of Georgia that uses the same logo as the Green Bay Packers.
It's just a capital yellow G with a green circle around it
I've heard two things, that it stands for Green Bay or for greatness.
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The Green Bay Packers logo has remained in its current form since 1961. They adopted their colors of gold and forest green in the 1950s.
Well it was nothing. They had nothing on it,it was just plain.