Athletes will host an AirBnb in Eugene to earn NIL money
The Oregon Ducks have embraced creativity since college athletes had the opportunity to make money through their name, image, and likeness.
Nike co-founder Phil Knight and several former Nike executives recently launched Division Street, which is an initiative to help University of Oregon student-athletes capitalize on self-monetization following the recent policy change regarding the NIL.
Since then, the program has not been afraid to think outside the box. Oregon football star Kayvon Thibodeaux launched its own cryptocurrency. There is a official market to book athletes for concerts such as appearances or autograph sessions.
Division Street unveiled a new Airbnb concept that allows Oregon athletes to earn NIL money by serving as Airbnb hosts.
Ducks linebacker Noah Sewell consulted on the design of the house, even donating personal items.
Guests can book the Eugene bungalow until January 31 🏠 pic.twitter.com/uvddWvPFqz
– Front Office Sports (@FOS) 23 November 2021
One of the other ideas the program is experimenting with is their unique version of Airbnb. The project has been described as a “the home of athlete storytelling”And different athletes will have a turn to organize the experience for the guests at home.
Oregon defensive football star Noah Sewell is the first on the decks of interior design, which helps decide everything decorating. to snacks.
The listing is currently available for $ 552 per night – Sewell will get a discount – and is available to rent by January 31 (via Airbnb):
“This modern, renovated and tastefully designed artisan bungalow on a corner property, facing the quiet woods of the Eugene Country Club, offers guests the perfect balance of seclusion and privacy, with convenient access to restaurants, brasseries, shops. and Autzen stadium. Open concept kitchen with French doors opening onto a large terrace and a comfortable backyard. Welcome and prepare the perfect meal in the open kitchen with new appliances, then kick back and relax on the tranquil back patio fully equipped with a gas fireplace.
After fans have had the chance to #stayatnoahs, another athlete from Oregon will have the chance to give Eugene’s property a shot.
Having lived for several years in Eugene, I will add that the trip is worth the trip to the Pacific Northwest. It’s beautiful no matter what time of year you plan to travel.
Airbnb takes on NIL and athlete storytelling:
Oregon linebacker Noah Sewell (@ B1essah) and other Oregon athletes design an “Athletes House” for rent.
Custom designed by Noah himself, from decor to family and sports memorabilia to Noah’s favorite snacks… “1/4 pic.twitter.com/PCv5H8pTDs
– Karen Weaver (@DrKarenWeaver) 23 November 2021