Partners

As part of our ongoing mission to keep athletes safe, active, and healthy, Xenith partners with leading organizations, institutions and individuals to help advance the development and implementation of new technology, oversight and training methods for improving player safety.

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    All American Games (AAG)

    Partners since 2012, Xenith is the official helmet and a national sponsor of the AAG Events.

    Xenith and AAG (All American Games) have been partners since 2012. Xenith is the official helmet and a national sponsor of the AAG Events, including the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, Football University (FBU) Camps, FBU National Championship, and the Eastbay Youth Bowl.

  • Xenith partners with Sports Legacy Institute

    SPORTS LEGACY INSTITUTE

    Xenith and Sports Legacy Institute partnered in 2008 to Educate the Athletic Community on Advancements in Injury Management and Prevention.

    Xenith and Sports Legacy Institute (SLI) partnered in 2008 to provide educational information to prevent and manage brain injury. SLI’s mission is to advance the study, treatment and prevention of the effects of brain trauma in athletes and other at-risk groups while Xenith’s mission is to reduce the risk of concussive episodes by providing innovation and education. Both companies believe that there must be a holistic approach toward reducing the risk of brain injury which includes education first and foremost.

  • Xenith partners with NATA Research & Education Foundation

    NATA

    XENITH IS A PROUD SPONSOR OF THE NATA RESEARCH & EDUCATION FOUNDATION.

    Xenith is a proud sponsor of the NATA Research & Education Foundation. Formed by two of this country’s leading authorities on brain injury, Dr. Robert Cantu and Dr. Kevin Guskiewizs, the partnership provides resources for young scholars to conduct research and reinforces Xenith’s commitment to advancing scientific understanding of head injuries.

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    Lowell General Hospital

    Xenith and Lowell General Hospital partnered in 2009 to provide helmets to high school and youth football players in the Greater Lowell area.

    Xenith and Lowell General Hospital, a Circle Health member, have been partners since 2009, providing brand new Xenith football helmets to over 500 high school and youth football players in the Greater Lowell area. The partnership extends beyond simply providing equipment and has included hosting educational events for players, parents, and coaches to learn more about head injuries, how to prevent them, and the best ways to respond in the event of an injury.