The Packers sold more than 268,000 shares of the franchise during their recent offering, the team announced on Thursday.
The offering, which extended from Dec. 6, 2011 through Feb. 29, 2012, increased the total number of shareholders of the team to more than 360,000. In total, nearly $67 million was raised by the team during the time span.
"The response to the offering by our fans was overwhelming," Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy said in a statement. "We enthusiastically welcome our new shareholders from across the country and Canada, as well. We thank them for their support of the stadium expansion that will help us achieve success in the long term, and provide an enhanced gameday experience that will continue to thrill our guests."
Most of the funds that the team raised through the just-completed offering will go toward the expansion of Lambeau Field. The team plans to add 6,700 seats, a new video board and two new gates by the kickoff of the 2013 season.