Athletics inks $1 million-plus deal with adidas

Devin Crosby and Kevin Ross
Best foot forward: Athletics Director Devin Crosby (left) and President Kevin M. Ross proudly sport adidas shoes.

Lynn University signed a deal worth more than $1 million in promotional allotment and price discounts to extend its partnership with adidas through 2020. As part of the agreement, adidas is the official athletic footwear, apparel and accessory brand of all 15 NCAA Division II Fighting Knights teams through the 2019–2020 season.

“adidas is truly a global sports brand and, like Lynn, focuses on shaping the future through innovation,” said Lynn Athletics Director Devin Crosby. “adidas and authorized dealer Baker’s Sports put great value in the Lynn partnership and collaborated to ensure that the Fighting Knights brand advances its reach.”

Crosby says signing this elite apparel agreement in NCAA Division II is a reflection of Lynn’s sustained history of student success in the classroom and in competition.

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