Thank you, NASP Sponsors!

The NASP Conference Executive Committee extends gratitude to the following companies and organizations for their sponsorship of NASP and their support as we further expand exercise and sport psychology knowledge in the northeast Atlantic region.

AMC Theaters has donated movie passes to the NASP raffle. For information, movie times, and to find a theater near you please visit

The Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) provided financial support for the production of this conference. The mission of AASP is to promote the ethical practice, science, and advocacy of sport and exercise psychology. AASP is an international, multidisciplinary, professional organization that offers certification to qualified professionals who practice sport, exercise, and health psychology. Visit

Temple University’s Campus Recreation is the coordinating office for recreational sports programs on Main Campus. These activities include: intramural sports, sport clubs, special events and programs, group fitness, adapted recreation, aquatics, student staff development, and informal recreation. Campus Recreation has donated hand sanitizer for the NASP gift bags and a duffle bag for our raffle.

The Chipotle Mexican Grill Fundraising & Philanthropy Team has graciously donated two ‘Dinner for 2’ vouchers valued at $50 to our raffle.

Dr. Cindra Kamphoff is a high performance coach, author, professor, and speaker. She is recognized nationally for her work and contributions to the field of performance psychology. She has donated a copy of her book, Beyond Grit, meant for athletes, coaches, parents, leaders, or entrepreneurs in any field who are interested in improving their performance and pursuing the best version of themselves. Visit

Earth Fed Muscle is dedicated to creating supplements with all natural and organic ingredients. The company was founded with the intention of providing athletes and individuals with high quality supplements for reaching elite levels of competition. They have donated coupons to be included in the NASP bags. Visit

Fitness Information Technology (FIT) publishes textbooks, reference books, trade books, and academic journals, and provides electronic databases and test products for sport psychology, physical education, coaching education, sport management, and sport sociology. FIT has generously provided two textbooks for the NASP raffle.

The Flyers Skate Zone located in Voorhees, New Jersey is the official training facility of the Philadelphia Flyers. They have donated a hockey stick, autographed by defenseman Robert Hagg, to the NASP raffle. Visit their website for information on public hockey and figure skating programs at

The Fresh Grocer, located on Temple University’s main campus, has graciously donated a $25 gift card to NASP. This is a 24/7 supermarket with produce, meat, deli, bakery, and other departments. Visit

Greenepsych Clinical & Sport Psychology has donated a Greenepsych mug to the raffle. Please visit for more information on Dr. Mitch Greene, owner and licensed clinical and sport psychologist, and his practice.

Human Kinetics (HK), the premier knowledge integrator in physical education and sport, publishes textbooks, consumer books, journals, electronic media, and an online education program. HK’s mission is to produce innovative, informative physical activity resources that help people lead healthier, more active lives. HK donated books to the NASP raffle. Visit HK at

Insomnia Cookies was founded in 2003 by a student at the University of Pennsylvania and currently has 100 locations. They specialize in delivering warm, delicious cookies to the door of their customers. Insomnia has donated a cookie tray for lunch on Saturday. Visit to place an order or find a location near you.

Robert Kubala of Kubala Design is a Temple University Advertising student and freelance designer. He has provided NASP with a new logo to celebrate our 20th annual conference. This logo was printed on our bags and used on our social media accounts. View his work on Instagram @kubaladesign and visit for more information.

La Colombe is a coffee retailer headquartered in Philadelphia founded in 1994. They have generously donated draft latte beverages for breakfast on Saturday morning. For more information and to find a location near you visit

The Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, the Triple-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies, have donated two ticket vouchers to the raffle. Each voucher is eligible for one field level ticket for the 2018 season. Visit

Lenny & Larrys- The Complete Cookie produce non dairy, plant based protein cookies with a true homemade taste. Lenny & Larry’s has graciously provided NASP with a special discount offer of 20% off for conference goers to buy direct from The discount code is NESPORT8.

The Liacouras Center, the largest indoor, public venue north of City Hall in Philadelphia, is located on Temple University’s main campus. The venue, home to Temple Men and Women’s Basketball, and full entertainment arena featuring concerts, family shows, and more, has donated prizes to the NASP raffle. Visit


The Philadelphia Flyers have assisted in the NASP Conference fundraising efforts by donating an autographed Philadelphia Flyers puck to our raffle. Visit

Philadelphia Runner is a locally owned specialty running company that hopes to share their passion, strengthen the Philadelphia fitness and running community, and inspire others to start moving. Philadelphia Runner has donated coupons for the NASP gift bags. For more information visit

Dr. Rob Bell delivers mental toughness training through a combination of research and applied experience. He is a supporter of NASP and has graciously donated two of his books and a t-shirt to the raffle. For more information on his work and to check out his books, please visit

Simon Says Brownies contributed delicious desserts for Friday night’s dinner. The signature bite-size treats, baked by one of Temple’s own graduates, are truly chewy and gooey to go! Available in a multitude of flavors, home-baked brownies are perfect for any occasion. Simon Says Brownies–you’ll say, “Delicious.”  Visit

Sparkling Ice Philly graciously contributed twenty cases of sparkling water to the 20th Annual NASP Conference.

Taylor & Francis Group publishes books for all levels of academic study and professional development. Taylor & Francis has generously donated five sport and exercise psychology textbooks to the NASP raffle.

Temple University Department of Kinesiology contributed generous financial and logistical support. Visit

Tropical Smoothie Cafe focuses on health-conscious meals including smoothies and sandwiches. The cafe located on Temple University’s main campus has contributed buy one get one free coupons to the NASP gift bags. 

Another longtime NASP supporter, Virtual Brands, LLC, provides multimedia products that promote excellence and well-being in sport, health and life, including a Virtual Sport Psychology series and an APA-approved continuing education program. Virtual Brands provided professional development DVDs for the NASP gift bags. Visit

The Wawa Community Care team has graciously donated 150 half pint beverages for Friday night’s social event. Stop at Wawa, a chain of more than 750 retail stores located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and Central Florida, for build-to-order foods, beverages, fuel services, and surcharge-free ATMs. Visit to locate a store near you.

Yoga & Movement Sanctuary, located just six blocks north of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, offers a holistic and personal approach to yoga practice through group classes, individual instruction, open studio time, and home practice. They have graciously donated several raffle prizes including one private Individual Movement Improvement session with Noah Julian, a one-month unlimited yoga pass, a 10 class card, a 5 class card, and two YMS t-shirts.
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We appreciate the continued support and exceptional professionalism of these organizations; their services greatly contribute to NASP’s success. Thank you!