Marketing Firm Brings Sports Forum to Downtown Orlando

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Marketing Minds At Work presents Sports For College & Beyond, a sports forum for Student Athletes who aspire to play sports at the College and/or Professional levels.

Sports For College & Beyond takes place on August 24th from 2PM at the Downtown Orlando Public Library.  More information at

Sports For College & Beyond is designed to prepare Student Athletes and their parents for Sports at the Collegiate and Professional level

Marketing Minds At Work is pleased to take the lead in educating Student Athletes and their parents about how to position themselves for a career in Collegiate and Professional Sports.

Many High School Student Athletes aspire to play sports at the collegiate level and beyond, yet they are unsure how to navigate this highly competitive world. Marketing Minds At Work, a lifestyle marketing firm in Orlando has taken the lead in sharing with interested Student Athletes and their parents how to prepare for a career in Collegiate and Professional Sports through “Sports For College & Beyond”.

This Sports Forum will take place at the Orange County Public Library at 101 E. Central Avenue, in Downtown Orlando on Saturday August 24th from 2PM to 4PM. The event is free and open to the public, but attendees are asked to RSVP online to confirm their attendance. The first 25 confirmed attendees will receive a swag bag at the public library at check-in.

Kevin Baldinger, host of Central Florida Sideline Sports, a radio program covering Florida High School and College Sports, will serve as the moderator for the panel discussion on August 24th. Kevin Lewis, a former Linebacker with the NY Giants and now the Head Coach of Jones High School in Orlando is a panelist at the Forum, as are AG Waseem, the President of Top Recruits Now, an NCAA certified scouting service and Commissioner Jay Jones of the Sunshine State Conference.

Marketing Minds At Work produces successful marketing and PR campaigns for a diverse array of companies including ESPN, the Zora Neale Hurston Festival of Arts & Humanities and A Family Of My Own. Visit their website to learn more about the company or follow the organization on Facebook, on Twitter or on Pinterest

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