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NFHS Partners With Bison On Soccer Goals


The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has entered into a broadened corporate partnership with Bison that makes  the equipment manufacturer the “Exclusive Soccer Goal Partner of the NFHS.”

Bison has been the exclusive NFHS partner for the sport of basketball and part of the original NFHS product licensing program for basketball and volleyball in the mid-1990s.

As part of the three-year agreement Bison will retain its title as an NFHS Corporate Partner on all print and electronic listings and will have the ability to place advertisements in NFHS Network email distributions and printed NFHS rules books. As the “Exclusive Soccer Goal Partner of the NFHS,” Bison will also receive advertising opportunities on soccer-specific webpages of the NFHS and NFHS Learning Center websites.

The premise for the expanded partnership revolves around Bison’s concentrated efforts to improve both the safety and durability of its soccer goals, including innovations such as No-Tip soccer goals with integrated ballast and transport drums, DuraSkin padding for soccer uprights and advanced engineering and fabrication processes for welded components.

“We are proud to take another step forward in our long-established partnership with Bison,” says Dr. Karissa Niehoff, NFHS executive director. “Bison has shown tremendous dedication to improving the interscholastic competitive experience for nearly four decades and that commitment shines through in the quality, safety and reliability of its sports equipment products.”

“Bison has enjoyed its longstanding mutually beneficial partnership with NFHS,” adds Nick Cusick, Bison’s founder and CEO. “We are proud of the impact we both play in high school students’ development as players and as citizens and we are excited for the opportunity to be the exclusive NFHS partner for soccer goals.”

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