Cleveland Indians and Ohio's 529 Plan announce a  $10,000 College Savings Award giveaway for fans in the Tribe's TV market

July 16th, 2021

Cleveland, OH— The Cleveland Indians have partnered with Ohio Tuition Trust Authority, the administrator of Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, to hold a sweepstakes for a chance to win a $10,000 College Savings Award.

“We are thrilled to partner with the Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Indians Charities this season to help make college a reality for one Ohio family while supporting and encouraging families across the district and region in reaching their postsecondary educational goals,” said Tim Gorrell, Executive Director of Ohio’s 529 Plan.

Tribe Fans in the Cleveland Indians TV market can enter the sweepstakes from now until 11:59 p.m. ET Sunday, August 29, by filling out the registration form at A total of three prizes will be awarded during the sweepstakes, with the grand prize winner receiving a $10,000 College Savings Award and tickets to an upcoming Cleveland Indians game. Second and third-place winners will receive Cleveland Indians autographed memorabilia and tickets to a Cleveland Indians game.

Restrictions and eligibility requirements apply. No purchase necessary to enter or win. Click herehere for official sweepstakes rules.

About Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage

Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, is offered and administered by the Ohio Tuition Trust Authority, a state agency under the Office of the Chancellor of the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Ohio is the sixth largest state sponsor of 529 plans in the country. CollegeAdvantage is offered as the CollegeAdvantage Direct 529 Savings Plan and the Blackrock CollegeAdvantage 529 Plan, which is offered and marketed through BlackRock and sold through professional financial advisors. Ohio’s 529 Plan offers families a tax-advantaged way to save for education expenses after high school. As of March 31, 2021, Ohio’s 529 Plan has more than $15.3 billion in assets under management and almost 666,230 total accounts. To learn more, visit