URBANA, Ill. — Campus Ink is excited to announce its partnership with Illinois Guard, Jacob Grandison. Beginning July 1st, the NCAA adopted the name, image, and likeness (NIL) policy which grants players the opportunity to use their identity for promotional purposes.
Grandison was introduced to Steven Farag, Joey Hartz, and the Campus Ink Team when he came to support his teammate, Andre Curbelo, at his first in-store merch event on October 13. Shortly after, Grandison signed with Campus Ink to build the #Grandison brand.
We’re proud to be a part of Grandison’s branding experience. A custom limited release of Grandison gear will be released in the future with all new unique designs. Fans expressed their excitement and support when the announcement was released.
Over the next few weeks, Joey Hartz (Director of NIL Management at Campus Ink) will be releasing a virtual player locker room dedicated to the Illini that features replica jerseys, player branded Illini Merchandise, as well as unique limited releases for each player.
Since 1947, Campus Ink has been a part of the Champaign-Urbana community. As a licensed printer for the University of Illinois, Campus Ink collaborates directly with academic personnel and athletic departments on creative designs and brand management.
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