Target to keep naming rights to Target Center three more years

The home of the Timberwolves will keep the Target name for at least another three years. Sports Business Journal reports Target and the Wolves have reached agreement on the extension. The previous naming rights deal started when the basketball arena started in 1990 and expired at the end of August.
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The home of the Timberwolves will keep the Target name for at least another three years. Sports Business Journal reports Target and the Wolves have reached agreement on the extension. The previous naming rights deal started when the basketball arena started in 1990 and expired at the end of August.

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