May 25, 2010
LZ Lambeau outreach brings in more than 70,000 vets and supporters
Event organizers have announced the final count of visitors to LZ Lambeau, Wisconsin Public TV's massive "welcome home" for Vietnam vets last weekend. More than 70,000 people attended over the three days, and some 26,000 were present for the Saturday evening tribute event (above, Current image). Despite rain on Friday, 1,244 motorcycles completed the LZL Honor Ride from LaCrosse, Wisc., to Lambeau Field. A TV crew from PBS affiliate WGVU in Grand Rapids, Mich., was there capturing the happenings and getting tips for its LZ Michigan in July. "It's moving, and it impacts more than just, 'Here's a documentary,' or, 'Here's an event,'" Timothy Eernisse, development and marketing manager for WGVU, told the Green Bay ABC affiliate.
Posted by Dru at 5:28 PM