Sponsor An Athlete

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NCAA Alumni and Fans can now Sponsor an Athlete.

BluStar Hotel Room

A BluStar Hotel benefits the student-athlete who has conditions with his/her family in which they cannot afford a hotel room while going to see their son or daughter play games. At Team FanClub, we believe that sponsoring a BluStar Room will give great relief to parents who struggle to travel because of distance, current inflation, and high gas prices to watch their son or daughter play in college.
Sponsoring a BluStar room allows alumni, Collectives, and fans of the University to take care of hotel expenses (room charge, damage deposits, cancellation insurance, and occupancy taxes) for an athlete's family or guardian so they can attend a game to cheer them on in the competition. BluStar Hotel Room is our solution to a 50+ year old problem for athletes and their families in traveling to college’s see their kids play.

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Parents Benefits

As a former NCAA student-athlete and Coach, I believe that parents have always been an essential part of the NCAA structure. They provide the necessary foundation for their kid's athletic careers and sacrifice every step of the journey to support their kid's athletic dreams. However, it's clear they are forgotten in the conversation and transactions around Name, Image, and Likeness contracts. On our platform, we support fundamental ways to restructure Name, Image, and Likeness so that more athletes' parents benefit to see more home or away games.

Sponsor Benefits

Sponsors benefit, when involving more athletes and their parents. Let's respect parents' issues with travel distance and high gas prices. Parents' time at college events is very limited, helping them with a hotel room is more equitable for all athletes. NCAA Name, Image, and Likeness today are not equitable to athletes’ parents. However, NIL could be more equitable if sponsors covered an athletes-parents hotel room. NIL is more equitable if inclusion was mandatory to include more non-revenue sports. Alumni and Collectives should work together to be more equitable by allowing more parents to spend more time on campus and away games. Rooms would never be in the same hotel as the player's hotel.
Collectives and fans can be more equitable if athletes were given more opportunities to sign up for hotel rooms for their parents.

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