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Locker Room Talk Now Known as 2aDays

For Immediate Release

  • Locker Room Talk, LLC is now 2aDays, LLC
  • Website has been redesigned and is available at
  • Workshops are now available
  • Premium memberships are coming soon

October 2, 2018 — In September, Locker Room Talk, LLC changed its name to 2aDays, LLC and launched a redesigned website. The new site furthers 2aDays’s mission by making it even easier for high school student-athletes and their parents to find firsthand information on the college recruiting process. You can visit 2aDays at

“We’re really excited to showcase our new brand and website on 2aDays. We started 2aDays with the mission to educate on the recruiting process through firsthand experiences, and the new site shows our dedication to making our platform user friendly for high school athletes, their families, coaches, guidance counselors and anyone else that can benefit from our content,” said Keirsten Sires, the CEO and founder of 2aDays. The redesign aims to help students and parents more easily navigate the site to find the information they need. All of the same content is available on the new site, including helpful articles on their blog, The Huddle; coach ratings from current and former student-athletes; and a database of colleges along with their coaching staff.

2aDays overhauled their seminars, renaming them to “Workshops” and expanding their coverage. Workshops are performed in-person by Keirsten Sires (CEO and founder), who can tailor them to the needs of individuals, families, teams, or entire schools. More information on available workshops, as well as signup information, can be found at

Premium memberships are coming soon, which will provide advanced tools to help students and parents plan their college recruiting process and grant access to exclusive content. To be notified when these memberships launch, signup at

2aDays, LLC helps educate high school student-athletes and their parents on the college recruiting process through firsthand experiences. By providing coach ratings from current and former student-athletes, articles containing advice from head coaches, and in-person workshops, 2aDays aims to be your first and last stop for college recruiting resources.

For more information, please contact Keirsten Sires via email at [email protected] or visit

* Originally published on October 3, 2018, by Paul Stengel

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