OGDEN, UT – The Big Sky Conference and KP Sports have reached a multi-year partnership agreement whereby KP Sports will serve as the exclusive sales and marketing representative for the Big Sky Conference.

KP Sports, which provides sales and marketing for sports properties nationally, already manages sponsorship sales for Eastern Washington University, Portland State University and Weber State University, as well as Southern Utah University, which joins the league on July 1.

“We are excited to join Commissioner, Doug Fullerton, and his executive staff of professionals in enhancing and building upon the tremendous amount of success the Big Sky Conference has enjoyed over the past several years in creating a unique and valuable brand for its members and partners,” said Kerry Perry, President of KP Sports.

“Our agreement with KP Sports is another positive venture for the Big Sky Conference as we build our brand and identity,’’ said Big Sky Conference Commissioner Doug Fullerton. “KP Sports has become very familiar with the Big Sky Conference through its relationships with some of our members. We look forward to KP Sports putting that experience to work for us.’’

About KP Sports
KP Sports, one of the fastest growing collegiate sponsorship and ticket sales marketing companies, has created highly successful partnerships with mid-major college programs and other sports properties in delivering outstanding results. KP Sports unique model focuses on creating a true partnership as an extension of the sports properties. KP Sports delivers revenue results that exceed what most companies in the industry are capable of delivering by providing unique and valuable opportunities for sponsors and clients that build long term relationships with partners.

About the Big Sky Conference
The Big Sky Conference will celebrate its 50th season in 2013-14, and currently consists of nine schools in eight states (Eastern Washington University, Idaho State University, The University of Montana, Montana State University, Northern Arizona University, the University of Northern Colorado, Sacramento State, Portland State University and Weber State University). On July 1, 2012, Southern Utah University and the University of North Dakota are scheduled to join as full members, and Cal Poly and UC Davis will join as football affiliate members.