MILWAUKEE -- The Green Bay Packers sold more than 268,000 shares of stock in their most recent stock offering, raising $67 million to help fund stadium improvements, the team said Thursday. The Packers, the NFL's only publicly owned team, added more than 250,000 new shareholders during the six-week offering, raising the total to more than 360,000 part-owners of the team. The shares weren't cheap -- they cost $250 each, plus handling fees of $25 in the U.S. and $35 in Canada. They're also essentially worthless. Packers stock isn't like regular stock. Its value doesn't increase, there are no dividends, it has virtually no re-sale value and it doesn't give buyers any advantage over the 93,000 people on the waiting list for season tickets. Source.