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Virginia Sports Properties is a division of OUTFRONT Sports and is the marketing and multi-media rights partner for Virginia Athletics.

Virginia Athletics is one of the premiere academic institutions in the country, providing a top tier education to more than 650 student-athletes. These student-athletes complete at a high level on the field too. Virginia's 27 varsity programs have won over 20 NCAA Championships and over 125 ACC Championships.

Virginia Sports Properties develops partnerships through the following marketing assets:

  • On-site branding/awareness (all UVA athletic venues, including Scott Stadium and John Paul Jones Arena)
  • Media programming (Radio, Print, TV, Internet) - The Virginia Sports Network delivers high-quality programming of UVA athletic events to a state-wide audience
  • Hospitality (season tickets, group outings, suites) - Entertain key clients or offer incentives to employees with promotional items/tickets
  • Promotions/Activations - Generate store traffic and additional sales leads through creative concepts/execution

Sponsorship Opportunities


Contact Us

For more information regarding sponsorship opportunities with the University of Virginia Athletics, please contact:

Virginia Sports Properties
P.O. Box 400857
Charlottesville, VA 22904


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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.

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