NORFOLK - A Nebraska company is wrapping its arms around high school athletics.

Currency has partnered with News Channel Nebraska, and its group of locally-owned radio stations across the state, to support the more than 1000 TV and radio broadcasts the media company will put on during the 2022-23 school year.

"News Channel Nebraska cares deeply about communities across the state. It's great companies like Currency that allow us to continue to serve and highlight these communities, their schools, and student-athletes," News Channel Nebraska CEO, Andy Ruback shares.

News Channel Nebraska televises more than 200 sports events every year including the NSAA Football Playoffs and the Six-Man State Championship, the NSAA State Basketball Playoffs, the NSAA UNIFIED Bowling State Championships, the NSAA State Track and Field Championships, and the Nebraska Shrine Bowl.

“As a company based in Lincoln, Nebraska, we’re proud to be part of the local community and contribute wherever we can,” says Jared Koch, Director at Currency. “We’re especially proud to support and encourage young athletes and high school sports across the state.”

Currency is a company owned by Sandhills Global that helps businesses finance major purchases including heavy machinery, farm equipment, trucks, and trailers.