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Ribbon Cutting in Parsippany at Accel Learning's Grand Opening

Ribbon Cutting for Accel Learning
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Ribbon Cutting with members of Parsippany Chamber of Commerce and owners of Accel Learning Credits: laura marie ali
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Founder of Accel Learning, Amish Bhavsar along with Ildiko Peluso of the Parsippany Chamber of Commerce Credits: laura marie ali
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Another new business comes to Parsippany!  Accel Learning has opened their second location in Parsippany, after a very successful launch in Secaucus, NJ.  The founder, Amish Bhavsar, along with his wife, Khevna Bhavsar, are joint owners and were the first business to have a grand opening with the Parsippany Chamber of Commerce's new inaugural red scissors.  

Members of the Parsippany Chamber of Commerce were present to welcome Accel Learning to the area.  Accel Learning believes in making learning fun and has programs in subject tutoring, standardized test preparation, technology education, fine arts, music and also yoga.  

Their offer of standardized test preparation includes high school student courses that help students prepare for PSAT/SAT/ACT.  

Come visit Accel Learning at their new location at 131 New Road, Parsippany, NJ.  You can also find out more about them by visiting their website at www.accellearning.com.  And along with TAPInto Parsippany they will be participating in the Parsippany Fall Festival this Sunday!

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