Target Center Billboard may be "Toned Down"

target center ad4 Target Center Billboard may be "Toned Down"

Official with Sanford Health tells Star Tribune they’re willing to discuss options with Twins

There’s a new development in the controversy over a huge sign near Target Field.  The installation of the 28-hundred square foot sign on nearby Target Center prompted an uproar from city leaders and team officials last week; they said the space, which is clearly visible over the right field bleachers, is better suited for public art. Now, the company whose name appears on the sign – Sanford Health – tells the Star Tribune it’s willing to “tone down” the display to ease concerns. Twins president Dave St Peter says he wasn’t aware of the offer, but says it’s a matter for Sanford Health and the Minnesota Timberwolves to decide. The Wolves own the rights to the space for advertising.


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