Friends Focus: Advance Test Review

Since the Friends are lucky enough to have a wide variety of business sponsors, we thought it would be a great idea to do some interviews with these local businesses and get the word out about their support of our library. Our first interview is with Advance Test Review who has been a business sponsor of the Friends for some time now. Recently, they’ve turned the focus of their business into a fundraising workshop at the library! The SAT workshop, which was held in the spring, raised over $2000 for the library and there’s another one scheduled for July. Thanks so much to this great business for sponsoring the Friends as well as pitching in above and beyond to help fundraise for the library!

What is the name of your business and what does it specialize in?
Advance Test Review
Test review for the SAT, PSAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT as well as for the SAT students—Ace Your SAT Workshops

When did your business open its doors?
1975

What’s the best thing about your business?
Personal service. We don’t make the student fit the strategies. We make the strategies fit the student.

Where is your business located?
305 Bryan Street in Havertown
www.AdvanceTestReview.com

What made you decide to sponsor the Friends?
Always looking to help the Library.

Do you offer any discounts or specials to Friends members?
10% off graduate test courses

What’s your vision for your business in the next 2+ years?
Continue to help people improve their lives through education.

How often do you visit the library?
Several times a week.

What book do you most cherish?
The Collected Works of Mark Twain

Who is your hero of fiction?
Beowulf

Who are your favorite writers?
Jazz Age

What is your motto?
We don’t study the test prep books, we study the tests

Thanks so much to the great owners of Advance Test Review for taking the time to answer all our questions and provide such a great service to our community!

Friends Focus: Richard Romejko

In this Friends Focus, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the last remaining founding member on our board. I’m very excited to introduce Richard Romejko! Beyond being a founding member, Richard is incredibly active on all fronts when it comes to Friends activities. He came up with the idea and organized the Haitian Art sale at the library last year to benefit Doctors Without Borders as well as our library. He has a great way of melding the different aspects of his life and having everyone benefit. Read on to learn more…

  • Tell us a bit about yourself.

Richard Romejko-a baby boomer who attended the Woodstock Musical Festival way back in the day.

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