"Brain Training" Company Named to Franchise Times’ "Fast 55"

LearningRx makes Franchise Times’ list of fastest-growing franchises in U.S.

Colorado Springs, CO, March 27, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Franchise Times has released its "Fast 55" list of fastest-growing franchise systems for the year and LearningRx has made the list.

It’s hardly the first accolade for the growing franchise, which specializes in cognitive skills therapy or "brain training." The Colorado-based company was also recently named to the top 100 new franchises by Franchise Marketing Magazine and given an Honorable Mention on the Franchise 50 list by Franchise Business Review. Perhaps most impressive, LearningRx’s recent exceptional franchisee Net Promoter Score of 69%.

"While we knew our clients and franchise owners were very happy with our cognitive skills training programs based on the hundreds of calls, emails and letters we’ve received, it wasn’t until we applied the Net Promoter evaluation that we truly understood our level of franchisee satisfaction," said Dr. Ken Gibson, founder and CEO of LearningRx. "With the average company in America coming in around 11%, our score of 69% just solidified that we were not only doing something we believed in, but also changing the lives of our clients and franchise owners for the better."

The recent ranking in Franchise Times’ "Fast 55" confirms industry talk that "brain training" holds incredible potential for both educational/mental development and financial gain. Anjan Chatterjee of Popular Science even says "Prospecting for better brains may be the new gold rush."

"LearningRx expects to grow from 47 centers to 300 by 2009," said Dr. Gibson. "There’s an ever-growing need for cognitive skills training in our country and beyond. We’ve developed a successful program that allows us to fill a niche and help our participants become better learners."

About LearningRx
LearningRx specializes in identifying and correcting the underlying cognitive skill deficiencies that keep people from achieving their full potential in school, business or life. The program was pioneered by Dr. Ken Gibson and refined over a decade of research and testing. Using a comprehensive skills assessment test and intensive one-on-one training, certified trainers quickly and effectively enhance weak cognitive skills such as attention, memory, processing speed, and problem solving. Students completing the program usually see three to four years of improvement in as little as 12 to 24 weeks and benefit from improved confidence, self-esteem and overall achievement. The company guarantees improvement for all people with deficiencies who complete the training.

To find the nearest LearningRx center, visit www.LearningRx.com.

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Tanya Mitchell