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USA Curling relocates headquarters to Vikings’ mixed-use development

USA Curling has announced it is moving its headquarters from Stevens Point, Wisconsin, to the Viking Lakes campus in Eagan, Minnesota.

Its new base will be located at the Innovation Center in the 200-acre, mixed-use development owned and operated by the Wilf Family, the owners of the National Football League's Minnesota Vikings

The Viking Lakes campus includes the Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center, the Vikings' headquarters and training facility.

The new location will enable USA Curling to host more large-scale local, national and international events, including Olympic qualifiers.

“The move to the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area opens the door for exciting new opportunities and increased exposure as interest continues to grow in the sport of curling,” said Jeff Plush, USA Curling chief executive.

Other sports-related tenants at Vikings Lakes include lacrosse management agency Arete Sport, Training HAUS Sports Medicine Center, tennis association USTA Northern, and e-sports franchises Minnesota Røkkr and Version1.

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