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Allianz Life Signs Multiyear Deal For Naming Rights To Minnesota United Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 25 / 17

Minnesota United's new soccer stadium in St. Paul will be called Allianz Field, news that came yesterday after the "naming rights had leaked out" from Allianz Life's Twitter feed, according to Paul Klauda of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. The tweet was "deleted after several minutes." Work is underwa...

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