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110 North Fifth Street
Minneapolis Minnesota 55403
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Erika Collins

Erika Collins

Senior Director of New Business

Telefono: 612.334.6007


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Competenze Principali: Advertising/Full Service/Integrata, Digital, Social Media Marketing, Servizi di Marketing, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Branded Content/Entertainment, Ricerche di Mercato/Consulenza, Marketing Technologies / Analytics, Relazioni Pubbliche, Media Buying / Planning, Corporate Communication, Eventi/Sponsorizzazioni, Branding / Product Development, Packaging / Design, Strategy and Planning, Distribuzione, Gruppi di eta'

Fondata nel: 1962

impiegati: 330

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Clienti: 18

Competenze Principali: Advertising/Full Service/Integrata, Digital, Social Media Marketing, Servizi di Marketing, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Branded Content/Entertainment, Ricerche di Mercato/Consulenza, Marketing Technologies / Analytics, Relazioni Pubbliche, Media Buying / Planning, Corporate Communication, Eventi/Sponsorizzazioni, Branding / Product Development, Packaging / Design, Strategy and Planning, Distribuzione, Gruppi di eta'

Fondata nel: 1962

impiegati: 330

Premi: 151

Creazioni: 18

Clienti: 18

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110 North Fifth Street
Minneapolis Minnesota 55403
Stati Uniti
Telefono: (+1) 612-334-6000
Email:
Erika Collins

Erika Collins

Senior Director of New Business

Telefono: 612.334.6007

H&R Block Signs Two Women’s Basketball Players To NIL Deals, Eyes Pacts With Other Female College Athletes

H&R Block, Inc. has signed sponsorship deals with University of Iowa sophomore guard Caitlin Clark and University of South Carolina junior guard Zia Cooke as part of a new program from the tax preparation company aimed at investing in female college athletes. 

Clark and Cooke, two of the best women’s basketball players in the nation, are the first participants in H&R Block’s “A Fair Shot” campaign. The company plans on announcing additional deals in the coming days and weeks with several more athletes in basketball as well as other sports. The transactions with Clark and Cooke occur two weeks before the NCAA tournament begins, a few weeks before taxes are due and during the first school year in which college athletes can profit off their name, image and likeness (NIL), which went into effect on July 1, 2021. 

Read the entire Forbes article here.