Online community KillerFrogs.com, which was founded in 1997, has founded what they’re calling a “new NIL program” for TCU student athletes: KF NIL, LLC. Although they aren’t using the word “collective,” it sounds like a collective.
KF NIL says their goal is to, “reach as many TCU student athletes as financially possible and provide them with memorable and unique experiences within their fanbase and community.” KillerFrogs has registered with Opendorse and says its been in communication with TCU’s NIL department to ensure compliance.
Donations of any size are being accepted by KF NIL, with 90% of all funds raised going to TCU student athletes. The organization has not sought non-profit status, so donations are not tax-deductible.
KF NIL says the types of NIL activities it will help arrange for TCU student athletes include:
- Guest on KillerFrogs Podcast
- Spokesperson for Charity
- Autograph session at the KillerFrogs’ Annual State of the Frogdom
- KillerFrogs interviews and videos for KillerFrogs|FanNation, Sport Illustrated.
- Speaking opportunities
- Brand Marketing
Currently, there’s only a one-page description of KF NIL on KillerFrogs.com with a button that allows fans to make a contribution.
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