How do I become a US Bank Stadium Supplier?
To become a U.S. Bank Stadium supplier, your business must meet the stadium's vendor selection criteria and bid specification requirements.
In order to be considered a diversity supplier, you must be certified by a third-party certifying agency.
What happens when I register my business with the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority?
After completing the application, an email will be sent to you confirming that U.S. Bank Stadium has received your application. When a bid opportunity arises that matches your company's product/service, you may be contacted about participating.
Do I have to be registered in U.S. Bank Stadium's Vendor Database to be considered for a business opportunity?
No, but registering in the database is the best way to keep your business top of mind when U.S. Bank Stadium is searching for vendors.
What does "certification" mean? Why is being certified important to be considered a diversity supplier?
Certification means your company's day-to-day operations and ownership structure has been reviewed and certified by a third-party certification agency. Suppliers are responsible for acquiring and maintaining valid certification. U.S. Bank Stadium will only recognize vendors as diversity suppliers if they have valid diversity certification.
Which third-party certifying agencies does U.S. Bank Stadium recognize?
U.S. Bank Stadium recognizes a number of agencies, including, but not limited to:
* North Central Minority Supplier Development Council (NCMSDC)
* Small Business Enterprise (SBE)
* Federal Government Agency (ex. National Department of Transportation, Department of Veteran's Affairs)
* State Government Agency (ex. Department of Transportation, Department of Administration)
* Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
* CERT (Central Certification)
* Minnesota Unified Certification Program (MnUCP)
Please click on the link below to register as a Vendor for U.S. Bank Stadium: