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Play to Win Continues to Cover all Bases

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Partnering with leading experts in the area of financial aid and planning, Play to Win continues to stay on the forefront of the sports advisory industry with the announcement of its relationship with Red Oak College Planning

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PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, June 11, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Play to Win dominates the college recruiting advisory arena. "We focus our attention on the true student-athlete" says Gary Cohn, the President and Founder of Play to Win (www.ptwsports.com). "Whether our client is capable of taking their game to the professional level or not, we will work closely with each to make sure we find the right opportunities to maximize both their ability of the field and their strengths in the classroom." Play to Win truly believes that the college recruiting process is a forty year decision not a 4 year choice.

We are pleased to announce that we recently partnered with Mike Velasco of Red Oak College Planning. According to Cohn, "Not only is Mike an incredibly intelligent man, he is also a father who recently went through the recruiting process with his son so he has a unique perspective and empathy when working with our families." Mike is a CPA based in Central NJ and a client base that is national in scope. He has over 30 + years of experience in the financial services industry. His firm Red Oak College Planning is affiliated with the College Planning Network ("CPN") and together they have helped numerous parents successfully navigate the college admissions and financial aid process so they can comfortably afford to send their children to college...regardless of the cost.

As Cohn (gary@ptwsports.com) continues, "Play to Win really believes Mike brings a key piece to the recruiting process and with his guidance, we are certain that our families will be able to make the most informed decisions when selecting the appropriate college." Richard Rendina notes, "My daughter, Rachel, is a softball player at Princeton University. Gary Cohn's advice, guidance, and most importantly, his personal care and mentoring through the years has and continues to make a lot of dreams come true."

Play to Win Sports (www.ptwsports.com) focuses on the Student-Athlete. Working as a team with your family, PTW has emerged as the leading advisory services firm in the country and the go to resource for the true student-athlete looking to both compete at the highest level and receive a world class education. PLAY TO WIN...is there any other way?

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