The Nebraska Greats Foundation Partners With Social Media Heavyweight Opendorse To Assist In Reaching Those In Need

June 23, 2020

The Nebraska Greats Foundation (501C-3 non profit) which serves former letter
winners from Nebraska’s 4-year colleges and universities who face medical and financial challenges,
proudly announces a partnership with Lincoln-based Opendorse, a social media marketing firm to assist
the NGF in identifying qualified applicants.

Terms were not disclosed.

Opendorse will assist the NGF in building a roster of high-profile former Nebraska college athletes who
will share NGF content on their social media platforms.

“It’s time to turbo-charge the NGF brand directly to those who we believe influence their former
teammates more impactfully than about anybody. To many athletes, their teammates really are like
family. Opendorse will deliver us to them.” Says NGF Executive Director Jim Rose.

Says Opendorse Co-founder/President Adi Kunalic, “The Nebraska Greats Foundation is an excellent
organization with a mission that we genuinely believe in. As former Huskers, we want to do all we can
to help our alumni community. I’m proud that Opendorse can be a part of helping spread their message
to Nebraska college sports fans across the state. And am hopeful that through our partnership we can
increase recipients and ultimately assist alumni who need our help the most.”

Founded in 2012 by former college football players turned social media marketers, Kunalic and Blake
Lawrence, Opendorse was built to provide athletes with a solution to publish content from partners on
social media. Today, 10,000 athletes and thousands of their partners — teams, leagues, players
associations, and brands — trust Opendorse to deliver outcomes, connect with fans, and ultimately,
make the most of their moment on social media.