OSAA Corporate Partners
U.S. Bank has been a title sponsor of the OSAA State Championship since 1984. At U.S. Bank we believe that our youth are our future, and we demonstrate this commitment in Oregon by sponsoring programs that promote leadership, teamwork, and sportsmanship. We are proud to be celebrating our 33rd year of supporting the OSAA and its 290 member schools. Since 1984, U.S. Bank has contributed more than four million dollars to the OSAA. Not only are OSAA activities vital to our kids, they are vital to our community. We look forward to continued partnership in support of Oregon's youth.
Les Schwab Tire Centers has been a title sponsor of all OSAA State Championships since 2002. Les Schwab Tire Centers commitment to Oregon communities is second to none. With more than 100 locations, Les Schwab Tire Centers has a tremendous impact on the people involved with Oregon high schools. At Les Schwab, we are proud of our young people and are equally proud to support the 290 high schools and their more than 165,000 students. Whether in or out of the classroom, we join in helping provide tools to enrich our youth and help make some of these dreams come true. Pride in Performance, let's keep it going.
The Oregonian Media Group provides the Northwest's largest circulation newspaper, partners with the OSAA in sponsoring the Oregonian Cup. The Oregonian Cup, the OSAA's premier school award, recognizes school excellence in academics, athletics, activities and sportsmanship. The award honors a school's students, teachers, coaches and the entire school community. The schools earning the most points in each classification receives a commemorative trophy from the Oregonian Media Group and the OSAA.
Pacific Office Automation, joined forces with the OSAA in the Fall of 2003 as sponsor of the OSAA Radio Network. Their sponsorship allow the OSAA to broadcast 160 state championships contests LIVE via the internet and on radio stations throughout the state annually. Pacific Office Automation also provides quality office equipment to the OSAA at select state championship sites. Pacific Office Automation-Problem Solved.
Moda Health, is pleased to sponsor the Moda Health Player of the Game / Athlete of the Meet program that recognizes student-athlete from across the state in more than 200 OSAA State Championship Events. For the Moda Player of the Game two winners, one from each participating school, will be announced on-site and via the OSAA Radio Network at the conclusion of select state championship contests in Volleyball, Soccer, Football, Basketball, Softball and Baseball. For the Moda Health Athlete of the Meet program, one student-athlete will be selected in each classification at the state championship final site in Cross Country, Swimming, Wrestling, Golf and Track & Field.
Nike is the exclusive Footwear and Apparel sponsor of the OSAA. Nike is the top leading brand in sports apparel in the world. Based in Beaverton, Nike is a generous partner of both the OSAA and the OSAA Foundation.
Wilson Sporting Goods is the official ball of the OSAA for football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, golf, tennis, baseball and softball. Since 1914, Wilson has provided premium game balls and equipment for major events worldwide.
Dick's Sporting Goods is a constant supporter of the OSAA, the OSAA Foundation and schools throughout the state. Dick's Sporting Goods is the presenting sponsor of the OSAA Weekly and provides three seasonal discounted shopping dates in store for anyone involved with the OSAA. Dick's Sporting Goods is one of the nation's leading sporting goods retailers. This partnership provides Oregon schools and coaches the ability to find whatever they need for their team in any season. Visit their locations around the state and mention the relationship with the OSAA. Every Season Starts at Dick's Sporting Goods.
Carl's Jr Restaurants is the proud supporter of the Scholastic Star - Academic All-State Program. This program highlights the incredible work student athletes and activity participants are doing in the classroom. These seasonal awards highlight teams with a cumulative 3.0+ GPA, award winner per classification and overall winners by activity.
Sports U is the official merchandiser of the OSAA and its State Championships. Sports U is a Portland based company with an extensive background in merchandise design and production. All merchandise at OSAA State Championship events are in a direct relationship with Sports U.
Northwest Sports Photography (NSP) is the official photographer of the OSAA and its State Championships. Based in Beaverton, NSP has its roots in the Northwest and is the official photographer of both the Washington and Oregon Associations. NSP provides top of the line products for your teams and action photography.
Across the nation and with its OSAA integration partnership, VNN creates community through high school sports. As administrators manage the tasks they already do everyday, VNN's digital athletics platform automatically syncs schedules, game results, rosters, articles, photos, forms, and alerts across the web to build excitement around your athletes and improve communication to parents without any extra work. Anchored by the customizable SportsHub website, and paperless sports registration, ADs in Oregon trust VNN to make their sports communities better..
Jostens is the official championship ring of the OSAA. You earned it! Your determination and hard work have made you a champion. Whether you're an individual champion or part of a team, you can wear your Champion Ring proudly for everyone to see - especially those who encouraged you along the way.
Abby's Legendary Pizza is a proud partner of the OSAA's Team Resource E-Mail. Abby's invites you to bring in your team on any road trip to take advantage of great saving and a great atmosphere! See the Team Resource page for savings!
If your organization is interested in getting involved with high school activities throughout the state, please contact Ian Frost, General Manager of OSAA Sports Properties. We would love to discuss opportunities to get you involved in every community in Oregon.