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"Go, Pack, go." Do you think that's what Miranda Lambert's going to chant every time the Green Bay Packers play? I do because now Lambert is a proud owner of one piece of Green Bay Packers stock. And Ken Wachter, the president of the group that manages Green Bay's Resch Center, where Lambert played Wednesday night (April 18), told me they don't give this stock out to just anyone. "We've only done it twice. For Jason Aldean and now Miranda. We gave her one share, which is worth $250. But I told her that now she can come to the shareholders' meeting in July, tour the locker rooms, watch practice and get an update from the coach," he said. Wachter also said Lambert talked about her piece of the Pack when she was onstage that night, and the crowd went nuts. This, the Packers' fifth stock offering, started in December 2011 and ended in February 2012. During that time, the team added more than 250,000 new shareholders, Aldean and Lambert among them.