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New Vikings Stadium News & Notes - May 29, 2015

Hopes and Cheers Will Pave the Way to Vikings' Plaza

Vikings fans are making the most of the opportunity to buy a personalized brick to display various messages that are nostalgic, spirited and one that even includes a marriage proposal writes Star Tribune reporter Rochelle Olson. Up to 12,000 of the Legacy Bricks will line a portion of the nearly three-acre plaza located on the west side of the New Vikings Stadium when it opens in July 2016. There are three options of brick sizes that fans can choose, including one that has the Vikings Norseman logo on it. For more information on the Legacy Bricks program click here.

Minnesota Bids for College Football Playoff Bid in 2020

An official bid for the New Vikings Stadium to host the College Football Playoff Championship Game in 2020 was submitted earlier this week. If awarded the game, the new stadium would hold its third major championship event in as many years with the Super Bowl (2018) and the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four (2019) already scheduled. Former Vikings and Pro Football Hall of Famer Randall McDaniel will serve on the committee that will try and successfully bring another major event to the iconic venue.

265 Appointments for New Preview Center in First Month Open to the Public

Tomorrow marks one month that the New Vikings Stadium Preview Center has been open to the general public and over 250 prospective season ticket owners have gone through it. With a large kickoff centered around the NFL Draft weekend, the preview center located across the street from the location of the new stadium opened to the public on April 30. The preview center allows fans to get a look at what to expect from their new seats as well as what the future game day experience will be like.

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