Knight Society Officially Launches the Knight Card

Knight Society Launch Event
Knight Society recently held a private event that featured co-founders Geo Baker and Eric LeGrand, Toronto Raptors guard Ron Harper, Jr., and student-athletes from Knight Society and the Rutgers Basketball Team.

After months of buildup and rising momentum, Knight Society announced the official launch of its Knight Card, with Gold and Silver Memberships now available to the general public. The revolutionary Knight Society collective is focused on the Rutgers community and was founded by former standout student-athletes Geo Baker and Eric LeGrand.

“All of us at Knight Society are excited to be officially launched,” said Geo Baker. “We have been working super hard behind the scenes to deliver not only to the student-athletes but also to the Rutgers supporters who decide to become a member. NIL has and always will be about creating value. We will continue to work on delivering valuable experiences to all the fans through student-athlete appearances, merchandise and content. Today marks day one in building the strongest community in college athletics.”

Knight Society membership passes grant exclusive access to Rutgers student-athletes in addition to private networking opportunities and local discounts with group partners. Memberships into Knight Society also provide extensive benefits to Rutgers student-athletes, with a significant portion of membership fees going directly to the athletes themselves.

With an infrastructure that is based on NIL relationships, member benefits and event programming, Knight Society is an expansive concept that engages Rutgers fans, athletes, students, alumni, faculty and local businesses. With Geo Baker and Eric LeGrand at the helm, Knight Society seeks to provide unique value through facilitating experiences and interactions that are only available through membership.

PLEASE NOTE: Knight Society is an independent organization that is in no way affiliated with Rutgers University, nor is the company attempting to directly represent Rutgers University.

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