Huntington Learning Center named Finalist
NJBIZ Business of the Year
Oradell, NJ (Grassroots Newswire) September 04, 2007 –
NJBIZ, Amper, Politziner & Mattia, Wolf Block, and Rutgers Camden School of
Business announced last week that Huntington Learning Center had been selected
as one of seven finalists for the NJBIZ 2007 Business of the Year Award in the
"Business of the Year 101+ Employees category." The Business of the Year Award
recognizes companies and individuals that have made outstanding contributions
to the state of New Jersey, both in their industries and communities. These
companies and executives will be honored at a prestigious event highlighting
their accomplishments and in a special supplement to the November 12th issue of NJBIZ.
Thirty companies and six individual finalists will be recognized during
this prestigious event. Out of this elite group, five businesses and one
individual will be honored for their outstanding contributions to New Jersey's
Eileen and Ray Huntington co-founded Huntington Learning Center in 1977,
opening their first center in Oradell, New Jersey. Ray serves as Chairman
of the company's Board of Directors and Eileen as its Executive Vice President.
As pioneers in the for-profit education industry, the Huntingtons opened
their first learning center in 1977, with the goal of offering students
professional tutoring by which they could improve their academic skills.
Their mission is to give every student the best education possible. They
have grown their business to more than 350 Huntington Learning Centers in over 40 states.