Here's everything that happened this week at the NIL Store!
Campus Ink x INFLCR
On Wednesday Campus Ink announced a massive new partnership with INFLCR, who is regarded as one of the leading marketplaces for collegiate athletes in the NIL space.
The NIL Store, powered by Campus Ink, which counts @mcuban as an investor, announces a deal with INFCLR to create a private label jersey program that provides an arm’s length deal to link schools with players to make jerseys with names on back, sell them online or in venue.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) May 18, 2022
The partnership allows Campus Ink access to INFLCR's Global Exchange to provide the NIL jersey solution to more than 200+ Division I schools and 70,000+ student-athletes across the country.
Campus Ink's private label jersey line provides schools custom jerseys for all athletes, which can be sold online or in-venue.
Mental Health Awareness Initiatives
Campus Ink was proud to unveil a pair of merch drops Thursday which were released in conjunction with Mental Health Action Day.
Illinois soccer's Sydney Stephens announced her official brand, "MVND BVND Apparel," which is designed to empower young people struggling with mental health.
Stephens hopes people will look at the brand and change their perspective - or Bend their Mind - in the way they look at societal standards.
Ashley Prange of the Alabama softball team also launched a new line of apparel: "Hold on to Hope."
Prange has pledged to donate a portion of her proceeds to Athletes for Hope in memory of James Madison softball player Lauren Bernett, who passed away earlier this season.
The NIL Show Podcast!
The NIL Show podcast made its official debut on Monday.
We'll be posting episodes every Monday covering all things in the world of Name, Image and Likeness, in addition to everything that's happening at the NIL Store.
Be sure to tune in on YouTube or anywhere you listen to your podcasts!
Virginia Tech Softball Rolling
Campus Ink signed five more athletes from the Virginia Tech softball program this week.
This was hot on the heels of last week's announcement of Keely Rochard as the first NIL co-licensed athlete in Virginia Tech history.
Welcome to the team:
Also Seen on Campus Ink
- Check out the "Note to Self" fundraiser, which closes May 22. We will be donating $5 to the National Alliance on Mental Illness with every ‘Note to Self’ shirt purchased. Let’s stand together for Mental Health.