The Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches association (CSCCa) was formed in May 2000. Strength & Conditioning Coaches from colleges and universities around the country joined together to form this new association. This organization has unlimited potential and has already had a significant impact in the area of strength & conditioning, as well as in the areas of health, fitness, and wellness. Bringing all these academic institutions together has created a tremendous resource of knowledge, philosophies, experience, and expertise for strength & conditioning coaches, as well as for others in the areas of health, fitness, and wellness. The members voted to extend membership to include strength and conditioning coaches of professional athletic programs at the 2006 National Conference.
The strength & conditioning coaches are perhaps the most highly trained fitness professionals in the world and are responsible for the training of literally hundreds of thousands of athletes each year. These strength & conditioning coaches are considered by many to be the best in the business.
We would like to extend an invitation to interested companies to become a part of this exciting, non-profit, educational organization by becoming a sponsor and joining our team of professionals. This opportunity will allow your company, as well as your products and/or services, to be affiliated with the athletic programs of colleges and universities, as well as professional athletic programs (NFL, NBA, WNBA, NHL, MLB, etc.), throughout the country.
Benefits of CSCCa sponsorship
Along with sponsorship of the CSCCa come the following benefits:
Advertising opportunities for sponsors to colleges & universities, as well as professional athletic programs, across the nation, including a listing on the organization's website- both on the shopper's guide and on the sponsorship page.
Affiliation with top strength & conditioning/health & fitness professionals
Product/services recognition with literally hundreds of thousands of coaches & athletes
First choice of premium booth space at the Annual National Conference