Logo Brands sponsors Texas Longhorns FRANKLIN, Tenn., Oct. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Logo Brands, a premier manufacturer of outdoor lifestyle products, has entered into a multi-year agreement with the University of Texas and 289c Apparel. This partnership grants Logo Brands Inc. the exclusive rights to produce and distribute University of Texas Longhorn products, including Foldable Chairs, Portable Tables & Furniture, Tents, Canopies, Flag Poles, Coolers, Beverage Tubs, Stadium Seats & Cushions, Deck Umbrellas & Portable Shading and Beach Inflatables for outdoor varying environments.
Nestlé sponsors Texas Longhorns SweeTARTS, the candy-obsessed brand that believes in making the world anything but bland, today launched five new custom college SweeTARTS Gummies inspired by the school mascots of University of California Los Angeles, University of Texas, University of Tennessee, The Ohio State University and University of Arkansas.
Buffalo Wild Wings sponsors Texas Longhorns Buffalo Wild Wings®, Inc. announced today that it has renewed its partnership with the NCAA. An Official NCAA Corporate Partner since 2013, the renewal designates Buffalo Wild Wings as the “Official Hangout for NCAA Sports,” spanning NCAA March Madness®, NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Four® and all individual Championships, and includes marketing, media and activation rights surrounding all 90 NCAA Championships. Buffalo Wild Wings’ partnership with the NCAA is through a joint agreement with Turner Sports and CBS Sports.
SportsLabs sponsors Texas Longhorns The University of Texas and SportsLabs, a leading digital sports technology company, announced today the launch of the official University of Texas mobile application. Available in both the Apple App Store and Google Play Market for Android, the new application is a first for the collegiate market as it delivers content and information for not only sports fans, but for students and campus visitors as well. Fully equipped with location based alert capabilities, including geo-fencing and beacon technology, the app will be active at Texas’ first football game on September 4.