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UNC launches first group licensing program under new NIL policy
The University of North Carolina now in partnership with their Athletes...yes they can use UNC Trademarks under their NIL...Here is the link

The University of North Carolina and The Brandr Group (TBG) have launched the first-ever Group Licensing Program for current NCAA student-athletes. The innovative initiative extends new opportunities for all Tar Heels to profit from using their Name, Image and Likeness and builds on the early success of Carolina's Alumni Group Rights program, which launched in April. This new program invites all of UNC's current student-athletes to join a voluntary group licensing program, which will allow them to benefit from their NIL in conjunction with UNC's official trademarks and logos.

https://goheels.com/news/2021/7/20/gener...letes.aspx
07-20-2021 03:53 PM
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