Jackie Robinson Foundation Chooses Bosack & Co. for Upcoming Creative Projects -
The Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) has chosen Bosack & Co., one of the country’s leading branding boutiques, to provide creative strategy and design support for a series of upcoming projects. JRF has disbursed over $70 million in grants and direct program support to students who have attended over 225 different colleges and universities across the country.
The Jackie Robinson Foundation is also building the Jackie Robinson Museum, which will be located in New York City and is scheduled to open in the fall of 2019. The Museum will chronicle the baseball legend’s storied athletic career and his defining, long-lasting impact across society through state-of-the-art exhibits, precious artifacts, film and other media.
“It’s an honor to work with the Jackie Robinson Foundation,” said Joe Bosack, founder and creative director at Bosack & Co. “This is an outstanding organization that, through its incredible education and leadership programs, continues the legacy of the great Jackie Robinson.”
About the Jackie Robinson Foundation
The Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) is a public, non-profit organization that perpetuates the memory of sports and civil rights icon, Jackie Robinson, by providing four-year college scholarships, mentoring and leadership development for minority college students. The Foundation is currently building the Jackie Robinson Museum which will further commemorate his life, illuminating Jackie Robinson’s long-lasting impact across society through state-of-the-art exhibits, precious artifacts, film and other media. The National Jackie Robinson Museum Legacy Campaign has raised over $25 million and the museum is set to open in 2019.
About Bosack & Co.
Bosack & Co. is an independent, national branding and design firm specializing in sports and collegiate athletics for 20 years. Based in Pottsville, PA, the firm has a depth of strategic marketing and branding experience trusted by over 100 clients. Most recently, the firm worked with the NCAA to reimagine and redesign the look of the NCAA Championships brand and its 90 championships across 24 sports and three divisions, including the Final Four, Frozen Four, and College World Series.