Delta-Twins partnership takes wing at new stadium

  • Article by: SUZANNE ZIEGLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 30, 2010 - 8:23 PM

The airline announced Tuesday that it has signed on for a multi-year, multi-million dollar partnership with the team that includes signs throughout the outdoor stadium and a club-level space called the Delta Sky360 Legends Club.

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e_bodineMar. 30, 10 3:32 PM
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bjames3Mar. 30, 10 3:35 PM

...boy that Joe Mauer tater caught a Delta flight out of town!

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west336Mar. 30, 10 3:37 PM

....just ROLLS off your tongue -- catchy!

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realityfirstMar. 30, 10 3:38 PM

Can we repeal that sales tax increase yet? Seems like there is going to be enough revenue to spread around for the library's pittance.

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halgrescMar. 30, 10 3:39 PM

If Hennepin county owns the stadium why can't Hennepin county sell ad space? Why do the Twins? I guess contract agreements.

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money2Mar. 30, 10 3:43 PM

they'll lend a bunch of money to the Vikings and have their new stadium named "Delta Air Stadium". A deal for about $800 million over 30 years would be a great start. Just a thought Ziggy!

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aschroepferMar. 30, 10 4:00 PM

As long as we repeal the sales tax for the arts as well and allow the players and club exemption from state sales tax along with all tax revenue generated from the team, I am cool with repealing the sales tax. I take it you are not a fan of regressive taxation....

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folkestoneMar. 30, 10 4:02 PM

So, what exactly is this club? Open to whom? The General Public? Season Ticket Holders? Delta Sky Club Members? Delta Executives?

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jamie17Mar. 30, 10 4:06 PM

Great! Now we can land at Target Field and take the North Star line to Elk River. This is fantastic. By the way, Delta, we Minnesota taxpayers need our $100 million plus back that we lent to Northwest Airlines in 1988. Thank you.

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jrock612Mar. 30, 10 4:12 PM

It was called Delta last weekend at the open house. It feels like you are in an airport, (flooring, glass, tables, chairs). I think the admission is around $60. Not sure if that includes a stadium seat.

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