Join Texas Roadhouse in Green Bay on Thursday Aug. 21, as they dedicate "Paul Hornung Corner," a special booth commemorating the accomplishments of this legendary Green Bay Packer.
In partnership with the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board and Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin, Texas Roadhouse has created this unique dining area with photos and memorabilia highlighting the Hornung years.
A dedication ceremony including Mr. Hornung, Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board Chairperson Connie Seefeldt and District 10 Representative John Pagel, along with Jason Zbleski, managing partner of Texas Roadhouse Green Bay, will kick off the evening.
Mr. Hornung will meet fans and sign autograph cards provided by Texas Roadhouse or sign any fan item (limit one autograph per person). Guests can register to win a variety of prizes including a life-size Paul Hornung cutout, mini Packer helmets signed by Hornung, foam cheeseheads, cheese beads and more. The event will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at Texas Roadhouse in Green Bay, 235, S. Oneida St.
Hornung, a bonus draft pick in 1957, went on to lead the Packers to victory in the 1960s including winning Super Bowl I against the Kansas City Chiefs. From 1959-1961, Hornung led the NFL in scoring and posted a record 176 points in 1960. He was the 1956 Heisman Trophy winner as a Notre Dame quarterback and the NFL's Most Valuable Player in 1961.
Texas Roadhouse is the proud sponsor of The Paul Hornung Award given annually to the most versatile player in major college football. The award was created by in January 2010 with the support of Hornung, who is a member of the College and Pro Football Halls of Fame.