COLLEGE NANNIES + TUTORS OPENS NEW LEARNING CENTER

Oct. 15, 2012

To better serve our Clients, College Nannies + Tutors of Mequon is proud to announce the opening of their new Learning Center located at 250 South Main Street in Thiensville, Wisconsin.

To celebrate the Grand Opening, College Nannies + Tutors would like to invite the community, neighbors, surrounding businesses, and Clients to their open house on Thursday, November 1, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. There will be food and beverages served, as well as prizes drawings every 15 minutes.

In addition to offices, our new location will house a Learning Center for tutoring. Based on the individual learning needs of the family and child, our Clients will have the option of in-home tutoring or tutoring at our new Learning Center.

This convenient, comfortable and intimate facility is nestled along the river and surrounded by schools, a library, children’s activity center, community swimming pool, and even a popular coffee shop.

Our team of experts will continue the same process of interviewing each family and the child’s teacher to develop a customized learning plan, all with the outcome of matching an exceptional, qualified role model for your son or daughter that delivers results.

For years, College Nannies + Tutors of Mequon has been serving Milwaukee’s North Shore and surrounding communities by offering effective tutoring services, exceptional childcare and special needs care through a precise matching process.

College Nannies + Tutors is the nation's largest childcare resource, Helping Build Stronger Families by offering a complete set of placement and on-call assignments as well as professional tutoring sessions that lead to happy children and successful students.

For further information, please contact Alan Day, Owner of College Nannies + Tutors at (262) 643-4410, or aday@collegnannies.com or go to www.collegenannies.com/mequonwi

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