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U.S. Bank Stadium News & Notes - December 4, 2015

The Delta Sky360 Club is currently being constructed at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Delta, Vikings Announce Partnership Including Delta Sky360 Club at U.S. Bank Stadium

Earlier this week, the Minnesota Vikings and Delta Airlines announced that they have extended their partnership and introduced the Delta Sky360 Club. Located on the field level behind the Vikings bench, the Delta Sky360 club will provide fans with a 21,000 square-foot space to stay as close to the action as possible before, during and after the game. Fans in the space – located between the 30-yard lines – will have an opportunity to watch players and coaches enter and exit the playing field as well as viewing post-game press conferences as they are taking place.

Delta has served as the Vikings' Official Airline since 2009 and has flown the team over 115,000 miles to and from away games in the 7-year span.

Panono Camera Provides 360-Degree View from U.S. Bank Stadium Catwalk

As interior work at U.S. Bank Stadium ramps up after full enclosure was recently reached, three 360-degree panoramic shots were taken from the catwalk to give fans a full view of the stadium's bowl. Located in the building's northeast corner, fans can scroll around the photos and zoom in to see the current progress of the stadium. From the catwalk angle, fans can see where all 66,200 seats will be, including those already installed. 

More panoramic photos will be taken throughout the construction process and fans can follow current progress by watching the stadium’s interior live camera feed.

$1 Million "Places to Play" Initiative Launched by Vikings, U.S. Bank

Over the next three years, the Vikings and U.S. Bank will invest $1 million in the projects to make the state of Minnesota an even better place to live, raise a family and create memories. Non-profit community organizations and schools are encouraged to nominate projects that could be created or improved. Suggested projects from the "Places to Play" initiative include parks, playgrounds and youth sports facilities.

As part of the project, Minnesota residents are encouraged to share photos of places that have impacted their lives using #MyPlaceToPlay. Each time the hashtag is used, U.S. Bank will contribute an additional dollar up to $10,000.

To submit a nomination for a project, click here.

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