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Author Topic: Stupid on NIL  (Read 1645 times)


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Re: Stupid on NIL
« Reply #25 on: June 23, 2022, 08:52:35 AM »
Here's a look on how not just football and men's basketball players are benefiting from NIL.

It's about North Carolina women's basketball star Deja Kelly, who has lucrative deals with Forever 21, Dunkin’ Donuts and Outback Steakhouse. She also has equity in a company called Drink Barcode as part of her deal with them.

“I’ve always carried myself as a brand; I’ve always made sure that Deja Kelly was seen as a brand on and off the court,” she said. “So I think that that has allowed a lot of these NIL deals to come into play for me.”

Kelly is represented by WME agency and her “team” there handles securing all of her deals. It’s allowed her to keep the business side separate from school and basketball and it’s how she’s been able to juggle it all without feeling overwhelmed.
"We understand that for some reason, to people with money, to people who fund political campaigns, guns are more important than children. Today we stand for Lexi, and as her voice, we demand action."

-- Kimberly Rubio, whose daughter Lexi was among 19 schoolchildren slaughtered in Uvalde, Texas