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After Under Armour  moved to pull out of its $280 million contract with UCLA June 27, the adult webcam company CamSoda is now offering a new contract with the school.

Adult entertainment webcam company CamSoda is offering UCLA $205 million over 10 years to fill the void left by Under Armour.

It won’t be accepted, but that’s a hell of an offer.

— Darren Heitner (@DarrenHeitner) June 29, 2020

The adult entertainment webcam company allegedly sent the offer Monday night, per Darren Heitner on Twitter. The company offered a $205 million, 10-year contract to become the school’s new official partner. (RELATED: Illinois Teen Makes Replica Wrigley Field In His Backyard)

“With our passion for all sports, we would love nothing more than become affiliated with UCLA, one of college sports blue blood programs,” CamSoda Vice President Daryn Parker said in the statement provided by Heitner.

The statement says that CamSoda will provide UCLA with financial support and equipment in exchange for the CamSoda logo appearing on all team uniforms. 

“The blue and gold will go smashing with our logo,” said the statement. The letter concludes with Parker providing his email for the UCLA Athletic Director Martin Jarmond to use in order to get in contact. The Daily Caller sent a message to this email address and is awaiting reply.

Under Armour has informed UCLA that it is attempting to terminate its record $280-million apparel deal with the school. In an email to UCLA constituents, athletic director Dan Guerrero wrote “We are exploring all of our options to resist Under Armour’s actions.”

— Ben Bolch (@latbbolch) June 27, 2020


UCLA has said that it will resist the move by Under Armour, which claims the financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic falls under the force majeure clause in their existing contract. The clause allows both sides to opt out of their agreement due to “natural calamities, national emergencies, declarations of war, riot, civil disturbance, sabotage, explosions, acts of God.”

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Girls Scouts pay it forward and provide care kits to families in need during COVID19

Girl Scouts are donating their time and artistic skills by helping local families during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Girl Scout Troop 3006, which is part of the Magnolia Service unit which includes Van Nuys, Valley Village and North Hollywood neighborhoods of Southern California, provided care kits to the Alexandria House. Care kits included included food, essential items and face masks.

"It shows people that the Girl Scouts care," said director of development at Alexandria House, Michele Richards.

Recipient Alexandria House, located in Los Angeles, is a a nonprofit housing shelter that helps women and children find a permanent home.

"It makes a real big impact on people because so many times people are isolated, alone and are feeling that nobody cares about them," Richards said.

Organizers say the care kits are in greater need due to the economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis.

"There's a lot more people starting to experience homelessness. There's a lot more people experiencing joblessness that need help," said Rose Forbes, executive director with Support & Feed. "Sometimes people don't want to ask for help, so they just need a place to go that they know they can receive help," Forbes explained.

"I feel really happy to be part of helping someone in need," said Luna Martin, member of Girl Scouts Troop 3006. Donors, such as Troop 3006, assembled dozens of care kits and even decorated personalized face masks.

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