“The support is really phenomenal… I’d invest in Huntington again in a heartbeat”
-Bob Harms – multi-unit owner, Pembroke Pines & Plantation FL.
Huntington multi-unit owner, Bob Harms, was recently featured in the 2015 October issue of Franchise USA magazine and franchiseusamagazine.com and revealed how his decision to open two Huntington Learn Centers was not only financially rewarding but personally satisfying as well.
For one Florida franchisee, becoming a business owner wasn’t the only goal he had in mind. He wanted his business to have a positive effect on the world and Huntington Learning Center gave him that opportunity. Bob Harms bought his first Huntington location in Pembroke Pines, FL in November of 2007 and purchased his second location in Plantation, FL in January of 2010.
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“You have to be passionate about what you do” – Eileen Huntington
Eileen Huntington shares her story, vision, and strength of Huntington. Since 1977 Huntington continues to be the tutoring and test prep leader helping students achieve their goals through its mission “to give every student the best education possible.”
Eileen Huntington, Co-Founder and CEO of Huntington Learning Center, Profiled In Entrepreneur Magazine’s January 2015 Franchise 500 Issue
Huntington Learning Center congratulates its co-founder and CEO, Eileen Huntington. Eileen Huntington is one of three CEOs in “Franchising Women to Watch” featured in the Entrepreneur’s annual Franchise 500 January 2015 issue. Under Eileen’s leadership, Huntington has climbed ten spots on Entrepreneur’s annual Franchise 500 rankings due to the company’s financial strength and stability, growth rate, system size, years in business and low startup costs. Our franchise centers make 50% more in revenue than our closest competitor. Congratulations to Eileen for leading us to become the nation’s best tutoring and test prep company.
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Huntington in the News
- “The support that Huntington corporate provides its franchisees is outstanding. Both initial and ongoing training are wonderful and comprehensive. If you follow the Huntington system and aggressively market the product, success is yours.” – Cheri Reid, Skokie, IL
- “I can’t think of a more positive business experience and opportunity! For those who want to go into business for themselves and make a positive impact on the lives of children, Huntington provides the framework to make it happen. After leaving the military after a successful 20 year career, my wife and I have started, bought, or sold seven individual Huntington centers and I can’t think of spending the last 13 years doing anything else. Huntington’s training is top notch, its program rock solid, and its results nothing short of miraculous. We give hope back to parents and their children by providing children the skills, confidence and motivation to succeed for a lifetime.” – Todd Sain, Las Vegas, NV
- “My son was a student at the Huntington Learning Center in Ashburn, VA. My wife and I were extremely impressed with the quality of teachers at the center, as well as the individual attention the staff provided my son. When I had the opportunity to pursue a second career, I jumped at the chance of acquiring the center. Huntington is a well-run company in an exciting industry. I love the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our youth and enhance some of the terrific educational opportunities they have in Loudoun County.” -John Dec, Ashburn, VA
- “As a Veteran of almost 16 years and still serving, I wouldn’t have wanted to do anything else during those years. I loved what I did and who I was with. Not only were all the men and women I worked with brave, they were also the most dedicated, loyal, smart, innovative, and passionate people I’ve ever seen. We were passionate about helping others, and our country. When I got into education and found myself with Huntington, I felt passionate about it; I’m helping kids, families, and our next generation. Like all the soldiers I worked with, that have given their sacrifice for the freedoms and liberties we have as Americans. This Memorial Day is a time we need to honor those in service and giving that sacrifice for something that is greater than just themselves. They serve us, so we should honor them. The first Administrator of the Veterans Administration (VA) General Omar Bradley once said “We are dealing with veterans, not procedures; with their problems, not ours.” – Shawn Livingston, Raleigh, NC