Packers fan pays $240K for Lambeau trip
A Wall Street worker paid a whopping $240,000 to fund a rolling party on wheels in a luxury packed RV that is making the 20 hour trek to Lambeau Field for Big Blue's matchup against Green Bay on Sunday.
Joining the road trippers are two beautiful waitresses, a driver and even the executive chef at Old Homestead Steakhouse, which sold the trip.
Peter Serafin, 57, a married, Manhattan-born Green Bay Packer fan, is taking the trek with five diehard Giant fan pals. The crew is riding high on the hog with hundreds of pounds of prime beef, lobster, shrimp, caviar and enough alcohol to floor an NFL team.
"It's exciting," Serafin told The Post. "I can't wait. I wish I was in Green Bay tailgating right now. It's like a dream come true."
Serafin's wife made a claim to being the most supportive woman on Earth -- Saturday is his 28th wedding anniversary. "Fortunately, my wife understood this is a one-shot deal," he said.
"I wanted to throw this out there," Old Homestead owner Marc Sherry said. "I mean, who wouldn't want this?"