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How to Support Local NIL Collectives
Payments in support of an NIL collective may not be deductible as charitable contributions, and supporters of NIL collectives should consult with a professional tax adviser regarding the tax consequences

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THE 1923 SOCIETY

We are thrilled to introduce you to The 1923 Society, the first for-profit collective established to support Wildcat Football student-athletes navigating the new world of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) opportunities. The 1923 Society named after the year  The Daytona-Cookman Collegiate Institute (now BCU) fielded the inaugural football team in the school’s history, now 100 years later and after experiencing numerous feats including two Black national championships , 14 conference championships, and sending numerous players to the NFL and other professional leagues, it is time for us to excel to the next level.  The 1923 Society will do everything in its part to help catapult BCU Football to that next level and continuing to be a perennial powerhouse.

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OUR NIL PARTNER:
FOR BUSINESSES

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A group of HBCU Alumni, community partners, and former athletes here to assist HBCU student-athletes in profiting from their name, image, and likeness (NIL).

The HBCU Icon Exchange is the #1 source for HBCU student-athletes to monetize their name, image, and likeness (NIL).

On the exchange, businesses  will have the opportunity to work with the 1901  Collective team to develop a comprehensive NIL deal that includes social media posts, event appearances, and other opportunities to maximize your ROI while also giving back to the community.

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