USA Curling moves headquarters to Vikings campus in Eagan

Olympic curlers have actually been training in the location for a couple of years, and now their head offices will be found in the Viking Lakes center.

EAGAN, Minn. — Editor’s note: The above video initially aired on January 3, 2019

The head office of the United States Curling Association (U.S.A. Curling) are evacuating their rocks and brooms and relocating to the city. 

From their previous place in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, U.S.A. Curling head office will discover a brand-new house at the center of the Viking Lakes school in Eagan, where Minnesota’s pro-football group trains. 

“The move to the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area opens the door for exciting new opportunities and increased exposure as interest continues to grow in the sport of curling,” stated Ceo of U.S.A. Curling Jeff Plush. “Our headquarters will also now be uniquely positioned next to USA Curling’s Official Sports Medicine Provider Twin Cities Orthopedics on the Viking Lakes campus, giving us the capacity to further support our athletes.” 

The Olympic Training Center for curling, the Training Haus, has actually been found in Minnesota for the previous numerous years, initially in Blaine and now in Chaska. The relocate to the Development Center in Eagan will be near both the Vikings head office and the Twin Cities Orthopedics Efficiency Center.

“We are thrilled to welcome USA Curling as a founding tenant at Viking Lakes and we are eager to support the organization’s relocation to Minnesota,” stated MV Ventures Owner/Partner Mark Wilf. “This move will help strengthen USA Curling’s mission to build awareness for their sport, and it supports our vision at Viking Lakes to establish a sports, health- and wellness-centric community for generations to come.”

In a news release, the company stated that to name a few advantages, the brand-new place will permit them to host more massive regional, nationwide and worldwide occasions, consisting of Olympic qualifiers. 


Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.