Duquesne University and Nelligan Sports Marketing Announce Partnership
July 18, 2013
PITTSBURGH - Duquesne University and Nelligan Sports Marketing (NSM) announced today that they have entered into a long-term agreement that gives NSM the exclusive rights to manage the University's athletic sponsorship and multi-media rights.
"We're pleased to form this new partnership with Nelligan Sports. They have proven to be a true leader in the industry and I'm confident our program will be greatly enhanced by this relationship" said Duquesne Director of Athletics, Greg Amodio. "We're excited for the opportunities this partnership will bring to Duquesne University."
"Duquesne has a rich and storied history both athletically and academically and we're proud to enter into this partnership" said Mark Donley, Senior Vice President for Nelligan. "From the University's location in Pittsburgh to its membership in the Atlantic 10 and Northeast Conferences, all companies can benefit from an association with Duquesne Athletics. We're looking forward to working with Greg, his staff and the entire University community to maximize revenue and help expand the University's brand throughout the region."
One of the nation's top Catholic universities, Duquesne University focuses on providing a well-rounded education that is challenging academically with an emphasis on spiritual and ethical development. Founded more than 130 years ago by the Congregation of the Holy Spirit, Duquesne University is a thriving institution that is home to 10 schools of study serving more than 10,000 students.
NSM provides sales and marketing expertise for sports properties worldwide. NSM is dedicated to building long-term relationships with clients through exceptional management of the properties represented and by maximizing revenue growth through its corporate relationships. NSM's high-level sales executives have a proven track record of exceptional revenue growth and management of the sports properties represented. In addition to Duquesne, NSM represents some of the elite college properties in the country, including the Bradley University, Brown University, Bucknell University, University of California Santa Barbara, Cal State Bakersfield, Cal Poly, Cleveland State University, Colorado State University, Eastern College Athletic Conference, Eastern Kentucky University, Fairfield University, Florida Atlantic University, University of the Incarnate Word, Indiana State University, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, University of Louisville, Long Beach State, Marquette University, University of Massachusetts, Middle Tennessee State University, Missouri State University, Monmouth University, University of Nebraska Omaha, Northern Kentucky University, the Patriot League, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, Providence College, Sacramento State, Seton Hall University, University of Texas at San Antonio, UT Arlington, Texas State University, UC Riverside, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, and the Penn Relays.