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Minnesota United secures PepsiCo deal for Allianz Field

Minnesota United FC has continued its recent success in securing sponsors with the announcement of a partnership with PepsiCo.

Pepsi will serve as the as the Official Soft Drink Partner of Minnesota United and the exclusive beverage provider at Minnesota’s new Allianz Field.

Allianz Field will serve PepsiCo brands including Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew and Schweppes Tonic Water.

Chris Wright, chief executive of Minnesota United, said: “We are excited to be partnering with such an iconic brand like Pepsi as we enter a new stage in Minnesota United history.

“This partnership is an important foundation to the exceptional food and beverage experience we are striving to create for all guests of Allianz Field.”

The PepsiCo partnership builds on several other stadium-related sponsorships announced recently by the club.

Allianz Field will open on April 13 for the match against New York City FC.

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