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ICON SOURCE, INFLCR TEAM UP TO CONNECT ATHLETES TO BRANDS COMPLIANTLY FOR NIL OPPORTUNITIES

The integration with the INFLCR mobile app will create an efficient, turnkey process in which NCAA student-athletes can compliantly learn about and actively participate in Icon Source’s vast network of brand opportunities. All deal activity will be automatically reported to INFLCR Verified’s Compliance Ledger. Signup is free, profile creation takes only minutes, and the Icon Source commission is the lowest of any platform available.

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Planetarie & HSM Secure Long-Term Athlete Partnership

Planetarie is a woman-owned wellness company based in the Denver, CO area, focusing on CBDa. The brand teamed up with Icon Source, a two-sided sports sponsorship marketplace, as a part of its 50 For 50 campaign to secure partnerships for women athletes. Planetarie and HSM matched on the platform before striking a long-term deal for Wieser.

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ICON SOURCE IS SWINGING FOR THE FENCES WITH NIL RIGHTS COMING FOR COLLEGE ATHLETES

One company in this pack of service providers that does not need an introduction is Icon Source, which has created a marketplace that connects brands with athletes, has been offering its services to thousands of professional athletes participating in over 40 sports for 2 years and is well-positioned to make a major splash once states like Florida, Texas, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and New Mexico begin mandating that college athletes have NIL rights as of July 1

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Men's apparel brand Onward Reserve eyes name, image and likeness deals with UGA athletes

Icon Source, whose collegiate division is headed by former Georgia punter Drew Butler, is the third-party platform that is matching athletes with Callaway. Butler reached out to him to gauge his interest.

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Onward Reserve sending NIL opportunities to Brock Vandagriff, Matthew Boling on July 1

Former Georgia punter Drew Butler, who heads Icon Source’s college division, will provide the platform that allows Callaway to send opportunities to the student-athletes.

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Buckhead apparel business poised to be first to pay UGA athletes

Callaway can engage directly with college athletes using a digital platform Icon Source provides. He can also leverage Onward Reserve's social media following to grow brand awareness. And, starting next month, he can for the first time compensate college athletes for their services.

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How will 'Name, Image and Likeness' affect Auburn? Former player and business owner lays out opportunities

Working at Icon Source, Butler predicts that most of the opportunities for athletes to use NIL will come through social media endorsements, commercial shoots, autograph signings, and speaking engagements.

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Florida company ready to take advantage of NIL market

Working at Icon Source, Butler predicts that most of the opportunities for athletes to use NIL will come through social media endorsements, commercial shoots, autograph signings, and speaking engagements.

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Q&A: Branding expert (and former Georgia punter) Drew Butler on how NIL compensation will work at UGA

A new era in college sports is only a few days away: Athletes will be able to make money off their name, image, and likeness.

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