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Packers Players Surprise Customers At Subway, McDonald's

Updated: 04/17/2014 10:59 PM
Created: 04/17/2014 5:30 PM WDIO.com
By: Laurie Stribling
lstribling@wdio.com

If you went out to eat in Ashland Thursday, you might have got quite the surprise.

Green Bay Packers players were serving up subs at Subway. They were also at McDonald's. It's part of their tailgate tour.

We caught up with Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush who was looking like a real sandwich artist after a little practice.

"She definitely gave me a crash course on the wheat breads, how much cheese and how much salami goes on sandwiches," Bush said. "Definitely a crash course, but I'm getting the hang of it."

Packers players were also scheduled to stop by Ashland High School. They didn't because school was canceled due to snow.

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