ATLANTA, GA – August 20, 2019 – The National Gridiron League would like to partner with Roc Nation and the National Football League (NFL) – this is to create connections between black business owners and the National Football League. Roc Nation and the NFL announced a partnership for the development of entertainment and the enforcing of social justice reform. This is exciting news that deserves more attention and quality adding. The National Gridiron League has paid attention to the biggie partnership agreement and has the firm belief that it would add quality to the collaboration.
The National Gridiron League is one of United States’ professional sports organizations that is managed by a group of people who are the minority. The sports organization is confident that it is the perfect complement to the newly established partnership between Roc Nation and the National Football League.
On what the National Gridiron League is able to contribute if the agreement to absorb it is deduced, it’s manifold in manifestation. It can provide all the critical training in sports as well as develop numerous opportunities that are forward bound. This will help uplift the many minorities in sports team management and sports team ownership. The possibilities just keep coming up.
“The social justice initiative of the NFL and Jay Z has a chance to do great things for the community. Continued education and resource efforts are vital to minority communities, but, after the acquiring of an education, job opportunities are just as important. With the cooperation of large groups such as the NFL the NGL could provide opportunities for minority sports owners, team management professionals, and referees,” said National Gridiron League president Joe McClendon.
The National Gridiron League will kick off its inaugural season this coming spring. And, the NCL is also hopeful that the partnership between Roc Nation and NFL will be extended to them.
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