Treasure Island Center will be home to Tria Rink, Minnesota Wild practice facility
and other mixed use developments
Red Wing, MN (Feb. 27, 2017) Treasure Island Resort & Casino announced that they have entered into a multiyear agreement with Go Wild LLC, a joint venture between Hempel Companies and the Saint Paul Port Authority, for naming and sponsorship rights of Wabasha Center, formerly Macy’s in downtown Saint Paul. The building will now be called Treasure Island Center.
“The Treasure Island Center is an exciting opportunity to be actively engaged in the revitalization of downtown Saint Paul. Saint Paul has always been an important market for Treasure Island Resort & Casino, and it is even more significant to us as a Dakota Tribe because it is within our historic territory. We have been involved with similar projects and know the impact it will have on transforming the heart of Saint Paul, bringing more people, tourists, businesses and other development to the area. This venue will also serve as the home of the Minnesota Wild practice facility. We have been a partner to the Minnesota Wild for nearly two decades and this is another example of our commitment to their organization and success,” said Shelley Buck, Prairie Island Indian Community Tribal Council President.
“Treasure Island has been an important and valued partner of the Minnesota Wild from the beginning,”