Charlie Berens Is Selling Go Pack Masks and Donating the Proceeds to Charity

Keep ‘er Movin’ to this online gift shop.

The man behind the ever-popular Manitowoc Minute is selling Packers face masks and donating money from the sales to charity.  

Until the 4th of July, Charie Berens is donating 100% of the proceeds from his Go Pack masks to veterans at Wisconsin VFW.

The masks are quite attractive. They’re a forest green with the Manitowoc Minute’s famous closing slogan inscribed on the side: “GO PACKERS AND F🍕🍺K THE BEARS.” 


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The Go Pack mask is not the only one in his collection. He also sells the KEM mask in Badger red with “Keep ‘er Movin'” in prominent white lettering. There are hats, shirts, glasses, bandanas and cup koozies too.

Berens often uses his popularity online to support local charities and raise awareness for important causes. For example, in his COVID-Kitchen episode about how to make a brandy old fashioned he reminded viewers to fill out the 2020 Census. That video has nearly 470,000 views as of this writing. 

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Alli Watters is the digital and culture editor at Milwaukee Magazine. That means that in addition to running this website, she covers art, entertainment, style, home and more for the magazine. It also means she doesn't sleep much.