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Vikings fan aims to make a difference with billboard

A die-hard Vikings fan is hoping a billboard will be the boost needed to get a new stadium. WCCO reports on Jay Tappe who paid nearly $5,000 of his own money for a billboard within sight of the Capitol that plays on the Vikings 5 decade legacy in the state.
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A die-hard Vikings fan is hoping a billboard will be the boost needed to get a new stadium. WCCO reports on Jay Tappe who paid nearly $5,000 of his own money for a billboard within sight of the Capitol that plays on the Vikings 5 decade legacy in the state.

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