The Minnesota College Athletic Conference and brandinc, a global branding solutions company, have announced a partnership designed to assist the MCAC as they seek to elevate the profile and footprint of the conference member schools within Minnesota and the Upper Midwest.
Brandinc will serve as a 2017 Awards Partner with the MCAC, assisting with the design and distribution of the MCAC All-Academic Awards, as well as re-designing sport-specific MCAC brand logos for awards such as Players-of-the-Week honors. Brandinc's local Minnesota account representative, Riley Amy, a former MCAC student-athlete with the RCTC men's basketball squads, spearheaded the opportunity for the two organizations to partner.
"We are very pleased to be working with brandinc on building and promoting the 'brand' of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference", noted executive director Peter Watkins, "Our league has some tremendously dedicated student-athletes, coaches and administrators and we want to better tell the story of the outstanding people in the MCAC".
The Minnesota College Athletic Conference will be announcing the first semester All-Academic teams later this month; student-athletes whom performed not only admirably on the courts and fields, but in the classroom as well. Brandinc will sponsor the awards presented to those student-athletes which earn this distinction. Furthermore, All-Division and All-State performers in softball and baseball will receive a brandinc-designed award certificate to mark their honor for a strong season performance on behalf of their teams.
Since 1998, Brandinc has been designing and producing high-quality bespoke branded merchandise to help build brands and customer loyalty across a wide range of industries. From fast-moving consumer goods, home entertainment, travel and sport to financial services, leisure, media and sponsorship, brandinc has solutions for all institutional and organizational needs. Brandinc's composite organizational profile can be accessed at: www.brandinc.com
The Minnesota College Athletic Conference is the organizing body of the Minnesota State system two-year college athletic departments, including members from two-year colleges in Wisconsin and North Dakota. The MCAC is entering it's 50th year of providing opportunities for students to compete in intercollegiate athletics for a wide range of community and technical colleges in Minnesota and the upper Midwest. The MCAC office is located in Rochester, on the campus of Rochester Community & Technical College and is directed by Peter Watkins. For more information on the MCAC, please visit: www.mcacsports.org
Story courtesy of MCAC Sports