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GREEN BAY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Titletown District at Lambeau Field is open for business. The grass is green on the new sledding hill at Lodge Kohler just steps across the street from Lambeau Field where children and adults will slide down once the snow starts to fall.
Lodge Kohler was one of the first businesses to open up in Titletown and hotel workers tell CBS 58 business is picking up quickly Thursday morning.
There are already hundreds of fans checking out the new Hinterland brewery as well.
We caught up with a few Packers fans who said they can't believe the extent of this development, "Growing up here I never could never imagined what they've done here, a big hotel and everything. It's wonderful, great family destination," said Amy Weum.
Don Mahlen from South Dakota said, "Beautiful, we just walked through it for the first time. We've heard about it. Wow, it's really nice."