OGDEN, Utah (February 9, 2017) – The Big Sky Conference is pleased to announce the selection of Indianapolis-based Sport Graphics Inc. as its Official Graphics Provider.
As part of the arrangement, Sport Graphics will handle the manufacturing and installation of all signage and décor, in addition to designing printed materials for the conference. Section 127, the creative division of Sport Graphics will also assist with conference branding and design, specifically at the Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships.
“The Big Sky is very excited to enter a corporate relationship with Sport Graphics,” said Big Sky Conference commissioner Andrea Williams. “The professionals at Sport Graphics are committed to providing high-quality marketing elements that will help accentuate the brand of the Big Sky Conference.”
Sport Graphics provides graphic services to a variety of amateur, collegiate and professional partners, including the Big Ten Conference, American Athletic Conference, Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, Mountain West, and Horizon League, in addition to USA Gymnastics and USA Swimming. Sport Graphics and Section 127 provide the design look and supporting graphics services for all of the NCAA National Championships, including the Men’s and Women’s Final Four as part of a long-term relationship.
The Big Sky Conference is an NCAA Division I conference, competing in the Football Championship Subdivision. The league has 12 full members (Eastern Washington University; Idaho State University; the University of Montana; Montana State University; the University of North Dakota; Northern Arizona University; the University of Northern Colorado; Portland State University; Sacramento State; Southern Utah University; and Weber State University); two football affiliate institutions (California Polytechnic State University and the University of California, Davis); and two men’s golf affiliates (Binghamton University and the University of Hartford). The University of Idaho is a member in all sports, and will begin playing Big Sky football in the 2018 season.