The Nice Things About NIL

In the latest Volt editorial cartoon, three NCAA athletes can finally live out their marketing dreams under the new NIL rules.

By: Alaina Ewins
featured-image

Now that NCAA athletes can legally profit off the use of their names, images, and likenesses for marketing and promotional purposes, these three athletes and friends can live out their dream of selling their own sports drink – and starring in the commercials for it.

A cartoon about 3 college athletes who are now legally allowed to market their names, images, and likenesses to promote their own sports beverage.

Alaina Ewins

Alaina Ewins

Alaina Ewins is a Philadelphia born-and-based cartoonist who also works as a Project Manager for Mural Arts Philadelphia. Her work has appeared on clothing for Philadelphia Printworks and in The New Yorker.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Newsletter Sign up!

Stay current in digital strategy, brand amplication, design thinking, and more.

An image of a college campus in black and white that looks barren, with an image of glasses overlaid on top of that image and inside the glass lenses everything is colorful and vibrant.

3 Ethical Questions to Guide Your Marketing

How Kant, Mill, and Aristotle speak to the inherent tension of ethics and marketing.

Admissions /
By: John Milliken
Image of three women with light skin and dark hair having a Zoom conversation.

Volt@CUPRAP: Campus Leadership on Social Media, Behind the Scenes

Volt’s live event series continues with a discussion about what it takes to make higher ed leaders successful ambassadors of their institutions on social media.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Volt@

5 Things Every Social Media Manager Has to Stay On Top Of

To stay relevant and be effective, social media managers must make professional development a daily routine.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Jon-Stephen Stansel
An image of a college campus in black and white that looks barren, with an image of glasses overlaid on top of that image and inside the glass lenses everything is colorful and vibrant.

3 Ethical Questions to Guide Your Marketing

How Kant, Mill, and Aristotle speak to the inherent tension of ethics and marketing.

Admissions /
By: John Milliken
Image of three women with light skin and dark hair having a Zoom conversation.

Volt@CUPRAP: Campus Leadership on Social Media, Behind the Scenes

Volt’s live event series continues with a discussion about what it takes to make higher ed leaders successful ambassadors of their institutions on social media.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Volt@

5 Things Every Social Media Manager Has to Stay On Top Of

To stay relevant and be effective, social media managers must make professional development a daily routine.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Jon-Stephen Stansel