Indianapolis-based Music For All has signed a new merchandise and sponsorship agreement. Texas-based PepWear says the 10-year deal with the nonprofit will strengthen the longstanding relationship between the two.
As part of the deal, PepWear will continue to design, produce, and sell merchandise for all of Music For All's events, including Bands of America Championships and the Music for All Summer Symposium, among others.
Eric Martin, chief executive officer of Music for All, says the nonprofit is "thrilled" to continue its partnership with PepWear.
"For more than a decade, PepWear has stood side-by-side with Music for All in commemorating the 'positively life-changing' programming and experiences provided to our participants and attendees," Martin said in a news release. "We look forward to PepWear's increased and extended role in advocating and delivering on our mission and vision to make music education and its benefits more available and accessible."
PepWear President Craig Johnson says the company will also serve as an official corporate sponsor for Music For All moving forward.
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