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ARE YOU READY TO LEARN WHY NOW IS THE TIME
TO GET STARTED WITH GETTING YOUR STUDENT ATHLETE SEEN BY COLLEGE COACHES ?
WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN PROVEN METHODS TO HELP GET YOUR STUDENT ATHLETE RECRUITED TO PLAY COLLEGE SPORTS?
WOULD YOU LIKE TO INVEST IN A COMPANY TO START YOUR RECRUITING OR FIND OUT HOW TO DO IT YOURSELF?
If, you answered yes to any of these questions then you will want to MAKE sure you secure one of the seats for the upcoming “How To Get Traction With College Coach Workshop” being held in your area. Make sure you register for this workshop. The cost to attend is $10 per person!
This exclusive event has sessions designed for both parents who do not know how to begin the recruiting process and for parents who have a basic idea.
As you know being recruit by college coaches has drastically changed over the years and it is vitally important that parents and student athletes understand techniques that work. You should understand how to maximize your efforts and take control of the recruiting process. . That’s why this workshop is so important to your future success. You will learn current strategies that are being used in today's marketing and communications profession that we have put in place to help student athletes gain scholarship offers to play their sport in college.
What You'll Learn From the Powerful
Sessions Taking Place at the Workshop
Kia Thomas got traction from several
D1 and D2 schools. She is playing on a full ride at Clark Atlanta University
Allie Sarsany had several options and has decided on NCAA Div 1 Georgia State University
Kayla Warren received traction from several NCAA Div 1 schools. She is playing on a full ride at Alabama State University
Brittany Major got her plenty of traction. She decided to play on a full ride at Mercer University
Eden Smith got traction and is playing at Shorter University
Find Out What Parents Are Saying About Recruit Traction
Paul Sarsany (Allie's Dad) recommends Recruit Traction to help get your student-athlete recruited to play sports in college. His daughter is playing D-1 volleyball at Georgia State University.