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TPG signs 10-year deal with N.C. Independent School Athletic Association

TPG signs 10-year deal with N.C. Independent School Athletic Association

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CONCORD — The North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association has signed a 10-year partnership with Teall Properties Group, a multimedia and marketing management company for high schools, as the exclusive agent for strategic business partnerships, athletic sponsorships and multimedia rights.


Under the partnership, TPG will work with the NCISAA to develop business relationships to benefit the association, and in turn, its member schools. TPG also will represent the NCISAA in negotiations for opportunities related to the regional and national recognition of the association’s championships and student-athletes across its 22 sports.

“We are honored to partner with the NCISAA and Executive Director Homar Ramirez,” said TPG CEO Mike Wolfert. “We have already worked with some of their member schools through our Charlotte events, and we are excited to extend and strengthen our relationship with the whole association.”

“We are thrilled to partner with Teall Properties Group, a proven leader in connecting corporations with organizations that serve students. We look forward to the next decade with excitement as TPG secures long-term multimedia rights partners and corporate sponsorships for the NCISAA that, in turn, helps our association further its mission of supporting student-athletes.”


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NCISAA joins a group of six properties associated with TPG, including the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference, the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League, the South Carolina High School League, the South Carolina Independent School Association, and the Rhode Island Interscholastic League.

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