Fans of Bryant University now have the opportunity to support student-athletes directly by becoming a member of Tupper’s Kennel Each membership level offers exclusive benefits, and contributions can be designated by specific sport, with funds being allocated among participating team members.
Between 85 – 90%. Tupper’s Kennel keeps its overhead costs as low as possible, but must cover expenses related to IT, legal, marketing materials, content creation, student-athlete education, fan engagement experiences, and bookkeeping.
Yes, anyone who is a member of Tupper’s Kennel can denote what sport and their respective student-athletes contributions will be earmarked for. Supporters can also contact us directly to set up activations with their favorite student-athlete(s).
Individuals and businesses interested in giving larger contributions can do so via the “one-time contribution link” on the membership page, or can contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further. Contributions can be specified for specific sports, programs and activations.
Tupper’s Kennel offers Bryant student-athletes near limitless opportunities to engage in NIL activations, including: autograph signings, social media promotions, camps and clinics, charity events, special appearances, commercials, and many more!
Yes – businesses and individuals can request specific NIL deals with athletes. Contact us at email@example.com to get started.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist.
Tupper’s Kennel is not a 501c3 tax exempt entity. As such, contributions to Tupper’s Kennel are not tax deductible as a charitable donation.
A business may direct that payments for the NIL activations by the student athletes be used to promote the business and/or market the business’ products and services. To learn more, contact us at email@example.com. Under these circumstances a business may be able to deduct these payments and/or payments for a membership to Tupper’s Kennel as a business expense. Of course, a business seeking a tax deduction for such payments should consult with it’s tax advisor prior to taking any such deduction.
Nothing in this communication is intended to constitute legal or tax advice.