NPGL Inks Deal With Nike

August 04, 2016

In some huge off season news the National Pro GRID League (NPGL) has announced that Nike is now their official footwear sponsor. All GRID athletes will have the opportunity to be outfitted in the ultra popular Nike Metcons and Romaleo weightlifting shoes as they race through each match in the NPGL's upcoming 3rd season.

By partnering up with the world's most recognizable and influential sports apparel company, you can expect to see a big boost in the visibility and level of athletes competing in GRID.

Be sure to catch the first GRID match on 8/17; a double header featuring the New York Rhinos vs. the Boston Iron, followed by the DC Brawlers vs. the Baltimore Anthem.

The GRID season runs through 9/7 and get the entire schedule here to find a match near you.





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