Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, announced it has joined the elite roster of the Minnesota Twins, serving as the title sponsor for the Champions Club. Terms of the sponsorship were not disclosed.
The Thomson Reuters Champions Club, an exclusive, premium club and seating area, offers benefits and amenities to its guests, including complimentary food and select beverages. As part of the multi-year partnership, Thomson Reuters will receive signage throughout the club and seating area, as well as on the batting cage, which is viewable from inside the Thomson Reuters Champions Club.
In addition, the Thomson Reuters Champions Club will serve as the broadcast location for the pre- and post-game radio shows on 1500 ESPN Twin Cities and the Treasure Island Baseball Network. Thomson Reuters also will be featured on various collateral materials such as tickets, schedules, team publications and more.
“We are proud to be associated with the Minnesota Twins and branding the Champions Club was a natural fit for Thomson Reuters,” said Rick King, chief operating officer, Technology, Thomson Reuters. “As a proud business leader in the Twin Cities area, this partnership reflects our commitment to supporting the community where we work and live. We look forward to a successful season on and off the field this year and beyond.”
“Like the Minnesota Twins, Thomson Reuters has long been a key fixture of the Minnesota business community and we are proud to welcome them as the official sponsor of the Champions Club,” said Dave St. Peter, president, Minnesota Twins. “Sponsoring the Champions Club is a perfect partnership as it exemplifies the drive to succeed and high standards each organization strives to achieve and maintain.”