Women’s PBA x Oaklandish: Two Powerhouses Unite
Oakland - January 17, 2024 - The Women’s PBA in partnership with Oaklandish is pleased to announce the Bay Area-based apparel brand will become the official provider of the league’s lifestyle attire. Oaklandish will provide high-quality clothing items for purchase at games during the 2024 season for fans and merchandise will also be available to order online. When asked what excites them most about partnering with the Women’s PBA Oaklandish mentions “There are a lot of basketball fans in this community, especially Women's Basketball which is gaining momentum. We are thrilled to have the chance to promote the 2024 Women's PBA season on social media and showcase the league and its talented players and staff.”
Both organizations pride themselves in building and maintaining a strong, diverse group of like-minded, positive people who uplift one another. The Women’s PBA strives to cultivate community through sports and inspire the next generation of athletes. Oaklandish’s mission is to illuminate Oakland’s local history, unique culture, and legacy. Each institution has a focus on empowering locals in their communities and can create opportunities for personal and professional growth. Additionally, Oaklandish is a certified B corp. “Our partnership with the Women’s PBA will help us further strengthen our community relationships and expand our impact” – Oaklandish.
With the 2024 season right around the corner, both Oaklandish and the Women’s PBA are extremely excited to be working together. The world of women’s sports is rapidly changing. The Women’s PBA is a pioneering force committed to transforming the landscape of women’s professional basketball at the developmental level. Having a counterpart like Oaklandish who shares the same values and commitment to excellence will only propel the league to new heights.
“It’s an honor to be able to partner with Oaklandish for the upcoming season. The rapport they hold within the community has been built on years of continuous support and charitable acts within the Bay Area. Representation matters and I truly believe the time is now to shed more light and give more visibility to the women’s basketball culture currently being formed here. This partnership is a strong start to building something special and will have a lasting impact for years to come” – Faatimah A, Women’s Premier Basketball Association Founder.