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April 1 marks the beginning of a new Major League Baseball season for our Minnesota Twins. The return of baseball brings us comfort that not only the game is back, but spring has finally arrived. It’s an exciting time of year for fans and followers alike, as hope still reigns supreme for all 30 big-league clubs.
One aspect of Opening Day that is often overlooked is the amount of preparation that goes into making stadiums run efficiently and effectively. Senior Design Specialist Brian Koski was fortunate enough to be a part of this celebration three years ago as the Minnesota Twins opened Target Field for the first time. Brian was able to supply the Twins with industrial pallet racking for their below-stadium storage and Tennsco heavy-duty steel shelving for ticket and merchandise storage. Brian worked closely with project managers and was able to see all of the hard work that they put in to make the magic happen on Opening Day.
Another viewpoint can come from Inside Sales Representative Adam Hansen formally an employee of the Minnesota Twins and can testify to the hard work and long hours that go into making this spectacular event happen. “I was proud to be a part of the Minnesota Twins organization during the inaugural season at Target Field and there was immense planning and time spent making Opening Day perfect for the team and the fans alike”.
So today, when you are enjoying the return of baseball, make sure to take a moment and remember all of the hard work that happens behind the scenes to make Opening Day the event that it is.