Prize Will Go to Both “Taking the Lead” Contest Winner and the Nominating Person
Mahwah, NJ (December 19, 2011) –Hertz Furniture, leading school furniture supplier, wants to remind the educational community that their unique contest to honor a leading school principal is in its last week. Teachers, principals, staff members, and parents are invited to nominate an outstanding principal in their school system. Principals may also enter the “Taking the Lead” contest themselves.
There is still time to enter the contest at Taking the Lead Contest. Let Hertz Furniture know what makes your nominee a leading principal.
A prize of an ergonomic office chair from Hertz Furniture will be awarded to both the winning school principal and the person who nominates him or her. Hertz Furniture knows that a successful principal is a leader, has great determination, and works hard. A prize of a comfortable, well-designed office chair is particularly appropriate, providing a healthy sitting position and support.
“Learning doesn’t happen without leadership,” said a taskforce on School Leadership for the 21st Century. Hertz Furniture agrees: “In studies evaluating a school’s success, the principal is consistently named as the key to an effective school,” says Hertz Furniture president Saul Wagner. “Principals are in a unique position to be responsible to oversee the whole school and move it forward. They deserve recognition for their tremendous impact.”
About Hertz Furniture:
For 45 years Hertz Furniture has supplied schools, religious institutions, businesses and government offices with top quality commercial furniture and superior customer service. Speedy Quotes, Quick Ship products, a wide selection of eco-friendly furniture, a free project planning and design service and the best warranties in the industry are just a few of the ways that Hertz Furniture provides added value to its customers. For additional information on Hertz Furniture and its extensive line of products, please visit Hertz Furniture, speak to a furniture specialist at 888-793-4999, or send an email to Amy Hoffmann.