San Francisco, Green Bay mayors strike friendly wager

San Francisco, Green Bay mayors strike friendly wager
January 11, 2013, 1:45 pm
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San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee (right) and Green Bay Mayor James Schmitt have made a friendly wager before Saturday's game. (AP IMAGES)

As if Saturday's NFC Divisional round playoff game between the 49ers and Green Bay Packers isn't big enough, the cities' mayors put more on the line Friday. 

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and Green Bay Mayor James Schmitt agreed to a friendly wager prior to Saturday's game. 

Should the 49ers win, the Packers will sponsor tours for hundreds of San Francisco school children at the Exploratorium science museum once it opens at its new location on Pier 15 in April. The 49ers would also receive Wisconsin cheese curds, chocolates and wine from Captain Walk Winery in downtown Green Bay.

However, if the Packers take home the road win on Saturday, the 49ers will pay for a free admission day at the Children's Museum of Green Bay as well as send over loafs of Boudin sourdough bread, TCHO chocolates and Anchor Steem beer. 

Kickoff on Saturday is set for 5 p.m.

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