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Franchisee Spotlight: Chris LeBreck of Naperville

Chris LeBreck grew up in Palatine, IL and lived there until he was 26. He then moved to Wisconsin where he spent about 20 years and moved back to Illinois in 2005 before opening up his own business called Airtastic Play Land in 2008. Airtastic Play Land is an open- play facility with four big party rooms and that’s where ...

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Engineering for Kids featured on MyCentralJersey.com

Engineering for Kids was recently featured on MyCentralJersey.com in an article titled, "Engineering for Kids".The article explains the Engineering for Kids concept, and New Jersey franchise owner Rupesh Bharad notes that he is proud to inspire children to study STEM. He says the curriculum engages students with real-world ...

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Franchisee Spotlight: Hitesh and Neha Shah

For married couple Hitesh and Neha Shah, engineering is in their blood. So when they heard about Engineering for Kids from CNN, something really clicked. Working in the IT industry, Hitesh has the industry ingrained in his profession, but for Neha, the curriculum focusing on the different activities and her enthusiasm for ...

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Franchisee Spotlight: Javier Garay

Javier Garay, 34 years old, was born in Puerto Rico and moved to New Orleans when he was seven and had to go through the first part of his schooling without speaking English, something he recalls vividly. His father was a chemical engineer at Dow Chemical and he also has an older brother and younger sister. Javier went to ...

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Engineering for Kids featured in the Anne Arundel Patch.

Engineering for Kids was recently featured in the Anne Arundel Patch in an article titled, "Young Engineers Building Sky-High Futures".The article details Lauren Rakvic’s new Engineering for Kids business in Anne Arundel County, the brands concept, and how it helps and effects local students in the STEM fields. The ...

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Engineering for Kids Featured in The Capital Gazette

Engineering for Kids was recently featured in The Capital Gazette in an article titled, "Young engineers: New Anne Arundel businesses target math, science education".Lauren Rakvic discussed her background, and why she specifically wanted to bring the brand to the area. She also discussed how her new business is focusing on ...

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Franchisee Spotlight: Neeti Agarwal

Neeti Agarwal and her husband are both engineers by trade, so when they heard about Engineeringfor Kids, they knew they could utilize their background to transition to this opportunity.Neeti came to the United States 15 years ago with her husband to work in the engineering profession. Her husband is an industrial engineer ...

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Engineering for Kids Reaches System-Wide Sales Increase of 124 Percent in Q1

Growing STEM Educator Begins 2013 Strong and Maintaining Goal of Adding 50-60 Locations This YearEngineering for Kids, a 50-plus-unit Fredericksburg, Va.-based franchise offering a range of learning-based classes including after school programs, camps, evening classes, in-school field trips, workshops and even birthday ...

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Engineering for Kids Featured on WTVF News Channel 5

Engineering for Kids was recently featured on WTVF News Channel 5 in a segment titled, "Local Kids Get Big Lesson In Math and Science".WTVF News Channel 5, Nashville’s CBS affiliate, came out for EFK's open house at the Brentwood Library. The segment showed video of the open house at the Brentwood Library, kids getting ...

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Franchisee Spotlight: Patty Potts

Before starting her own Engineering for Kids franchise, Patty Potts worked in environmental and occupational health. Working primarily as the environmental and occupational health engineering specialist, Potts trained more than 1000 employees over the course of 10 years in this field.How did you learn about the brand?I ...

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