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Minnesota United names two presenting sponsors for new stadium roof deck

Major League Soccer club Minnesota United has announced a partnership with two local companies for sponsorship at the club’s new Allianz Field in St Paul.

Both the Star Tribune Media Company and Taylor Communications will be Presenting Partners of the Roof Deck at Allianz Field. The roof deck will be a standing-room destination for up to 250 fans on match days.

Minnesota United’s chief executive Chris Wright, said: “An aspect of our partnership strategy is to have deep relationships with Minnesota and Upper-midwest businesses who truly reflect our underpinning values. Both Taylor Communications and Star Tribune have been a major piece of the fabric of our community for decades. We are proud to partner with these two Minnesota icons.”

Allianz Field which will seat 19,400 fans will officially open on April 13 when Minnesota United hosts New York City FC.

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