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Wild Ask Minnesota Legislature To Forgive Xcel Energy Center Loans
Published February 15, 2011
BE ON THE LOOKOUT: In Minneapolis, Chao Xiong reports Wild officials are "warning fans to only buy tickets from authorized agents after about 50 counterfeit tickets were sold in the past month." Wild VP/Communications & Broadcasting Bill Robertson said that the "fraudulent sales are taking place 'all over,' in and outside the metro area." Robertson: "We don't know exactly how it's happening. This is happening more and more often" (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 2/15).