(MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 31, 2016) -- Sports Minneapolis will award one Minnesota sports fan with the ultimate prize. Entries go on sale today to win the Ultimate Sports Ticket—that’s a pair of season tickets to all six professional teams in Minnesota, six University of Minnesota teams and VIP Passes to X Games Minneapolis 2017.
All it takes is one entry to be eligible for a drawing to win seats for the Twins, Vikings, Timberwolves, Wild, Lynx, United and Gophers all season long. Only 500 entries will be sold for $250 each, and the winner will bring home tickets to more than 295 games, so get a group of friends, families or co-workers together to enter and split the winnings!
Purchase your entry by visiting www.sportsminneapolis.org.
The winner will receive a pair of season tickets to all regular season home games to the Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Vikings, Minnesota Lynx, Minnesota United, Minnesota Timberwolves, Minnesota Wild, and six University of Minnesota teams (Football, Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Hockey, and Volleyball). The winner will also receive a pair of VIP tickets to X Games Minneapolis in 2017.
The winning ticket will be drawn Jan. 28, 2017. Terms and conditions apply. Seat locations are at the sole discretion of each team and are based upon availability.
About Sports Minneapolis
Proceeds from the Ultimate Sports Ticket entries will support the mission of Sports Minneapolis. Sports Minneapolis is focused on recruiting, enhancing and producing sporting events in the Minneapolis area for the benefit of our community. In addition to generating significant estimated economic impact, amateur and professional sports events can help connect the community through sport, fostering health and wellness.
Sports Minneapolis recruited 65 events to the Minneapolis area in 2015, generating over $102 million in economic impact for the community.
Minneapolis is on a winning streak in securing major sports events over the last several years, including the 2014 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, Super Bowl LII in 2018, the X Games in 2017 and 2018, and the NCAA Men’s Final Four in 2019. Sports Minneapolis has played a major role in bringing these events to town, along with events like the Northern Lights Junior Volleyball Qualifier, National Collegiate Hockey Conference Frozen Faceoff, and many other professional, collegiate and amateur sporting events.
For more information, visit www.sportsminneapolis.org.
Kristen Montag, PR and communications manager, 612.767.8038, email@example.com