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If you’re giving up on the Twins season already, which many are contemplating, there is always the new Vikings stadium to look forward to. The Star Tribune has made sure we did not miss the first big concrete dumping, obviously for lack of a better word. The foundation of the loading dock has been in the works for the last few weeks and marks the first recognizable structure to be formed. Vikings Number One in Online Viewership Other than the […]

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While Vikings Coach Mike Zimmer is preparing his team to play in TCF Bank Stadium, others are curious of how the world’s largest, 240,000 square feet transparent roof is prepping itself to stay clean. More specifically, from dirt, snow and bird droppings. Nearly a year ago, Bob Sansevere of the Pioneer Press asked Lester Bagley about the pressing issue. “With all the dust, debris and bird droppings, how will you clean that see-through roof?” Well, the answer Bagley gave was […]

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The Metrodome eyesore is gone, and the extremity it left behind is getting its fill just in time for Minnesota’s least favorite time of year–road construction season.  I am looking forward to the twice as big state-of-the-art stadium to take its place, but in the meantime, we have to sit tight and worry about who the Vikings are going to take in the NFL Draft. Well you may be worrying, but as a Packers fan, I’m not worrying so much. […]

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March Madness is not just about winning $1 billion or shocking bracket busters; it’s also the time to show how team building can help achieve success. NCAA Men’s basketball is a great example of player development, team building and powerful relationships. The task of building a cohesive team is difficult. To win its way to the top, a team has to develop and practice the fundamentals over a long period of time. Developing relationships, recognizing and overcoming problems and realizing […]

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As you can see, the Metrodome is no longer with us, which means you may be wondering where all the material went. According to The Minnesota Sports Facility Authority (MSFA), 80% of the Metrodome will be reused or recycled. Chairwoman Michele Kelm-Helgen stated, “Some of it is going to a fill in Arden Hills. Some of it is going to the Department of Transportation for roads. A lot of it is going to recyclers.” We can now breathe a little […]

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Think back for a moment to when you were trying to decide what type of career you wanted. How valuable would it have been to spend a day seeing that world from a professional’s point of view? Would it have inspired you? Would it have altered your thoughts on where you wanted to work or the skills you still needed to develop? That is the theory behind Pro-Am Day, an annual event of the Minnesota chapter of the Public Relations […]

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