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Game Plan, Wells Fargo help college athletes manage new stipends

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 06 / 20 / 16

Now that cost-of-attendance stipends have put a little cash in college athletes’ pockets, schools are looking for ways to help them manage that money. One company working with such schools in this way is Greenville, N.C.-based Game Plan. Formerly known as Game Theory Group, the company rece...

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