OSU’s Sanders Partners With Stillwater’s Eskimo Joe’s

KOKH - November 9, 2022 5:54 am

OSU Quarterback Spencer Sanders

STILLWATER (KOKH) – Oklahoma State Cowboys quarterback Spencer Sanders has landed the first NIL partnership with Stillwater’s Eskimo Joe’s.

“Spencer reached out to us because he wanted to create a shirt for his family and friends,” said Stan Clark, CEO of Eskimo Joe’s. “He was so genuine, gracious, humble and unassuming that we ultimately decided to go all-in to create a full-blown, co-branded Eskimo Joe’s, OSU and Spencer Sanders shirt featuring Spencer with Pete and Joe.”

More than a decade ago, OSU approached Eskimo Joe’s with the opportunity to co-brand with the University. Since then, Eskimo Joe’s has created multiple shirts each year featuring OSU’s marks alongside Eskimo Joe and Buffy.

Shirt featuring Spencer with Pete and Joe. (Eskimo Joe’s)


“It was extremely humbling and gratifying to have our brand recognized in this way,” Clark recalls. “After having done business in the shadows of OSU for 35 years, this was an incredible honor.”

Sanders will meet fans and sign autographs at the restaurant on Wednesday, November 9, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The first 100 fans will receive an 8X10 commemorative print. Additionally, a 24” X 36” poster will be raffled. All proceeds will be donated to Make A Wish foundation, Spencer’s chosen charity, and the winner will be announced at 8:30 p.m. at the conclusion of the event.


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