Sponsors

McDonalds

At McDonald's, we’re proud of the way we're creating an experience to remember: reaching customers wherever they are and innovating new tastes and choices, while staying true to customer favorites.

Modern service. Personal engagement. Great-tasting burgers and fries. Building on our commitments to our people, our communities and our world.


Rock 'Em Apparel

Rock 'Em Apparel (formerly Rock 'Em Socks) was launched in February of 2011, with unique products that bring personality to your gear. When the company began, they were the first to customize the Nike Elite Sock, spawning an entire market of imitators falling short in their efforts. They have since expanded operations, and the look of the company has changed more times than a Joe Smith jersey. The phrase "Rock 'Em" was born out of the love for sneakers and basketball, where to "rock" something means you not only wear something, but you embody it. Our designs are confident, as are the customers who rock them worldwide. The "rock" is also a slang alternative to the word "basketball", as heard on streetball courts from city to city. The logo represents the willingness to achieve greatness; to go above and beyond our supposed limits, an arrow to the sky. The goal is to impact the sporting landscape, shaping a community and environment that encourages and rewards positivity, hard work, leadership, and determination on and off the court. Do You Rock 'Em?

Rock 'Em has provided custom designs to ESPN Events since 2013.

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Graphic Designer - MandelaMade

MandelaMade is proud to support this year's MEAC/SWAC Challenge and Celebration Bowl with dynamic graphic design solutions. Understanding the importance of both perception and awareness and combining that with bold, immersive, and fundamental design, MandelaMade strives to maximize the brand promotion of athletic organizations and events. For more information and to see some of the work that we've completed, feel free to visit www.MandelaMade.com.

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Become a Sponsor

To learn more about becoming a sponsor, contact Rusty Reed at Rusty.w.reed@espn.com.