‘Brent Coralli’s Goal Scores With Me’ Published by CommPro.biz

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CEO of Sting Soccer’s Real Purpose Revealed.

Brent Coralli’s Goal Scores With Me, written by Andy Shane, was published today in CommPro.biz, a blog provided by CommPRO.biz LLC (CommPRO) to give visitors the opportunity to read about events and share opinions for those interested the MARCOM field.

Shane’s blog talks about his business relationship with Coralli, CEO of Sting Soccer, the oldest, and arguably, the most decorated girls’ club soccer group in the United States.

“When I first met with Brent, I didn’t quite know what to expect,” Shane said. “I wasn’t particularly passionate about soccer, but when Brent told me he was about showing young girls that it is okay to take care of themselves, to be confident and leaders off the field, I was hooked.

“I should have known better than anyone that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover,” Shane said, referring to what he credits as the real start of his career in media relations, his time as a book publicist at Planned Television Arts, now Media Connect.

In the blog, Shane explains how Coralli, the father of two daughters (and a son), felt it was important that his daughters’ embrace that they can do anything they want to if they set their mind to it. At Sting, they believe in ‘The Education of Life Through Soccer’ and teach their girls the importance of Pride, Tradition, Character, Commitment and Leadership. These attributes can be seen on and off the field.

Shane continues in the blog, explaining how Sting girls have a rigorous schedule, whether it is practicing two to three times a week, traveling to games throughout the country, keeping up their grades and participating in community service, they are still netting real results. This year alone, Sting girls received scholarships, many of them full-rides, to colleges like Notre Dame, Kentucky, A&M and many, many others.

“For me, Brent Coralli is an MVP to hundreds of young women. Every day, he shoots and scores,” Shane said.

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