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The Savvy Source for Parents Announces Record Traffic Levels as Parents Pursue Spring Preschool Applications

- Applications Must Be Made By March For Fall Of 2008 School Year -

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Savvy Source for Parents (http://www.savvysource.com/), the premiere online resource for parents with preschool-age children, had over 135,000 visitors to its web site in January, as parents turned to the web to find detailed information about preschools in their community. The Savvy Source preschool guide includes 95% of the nation's preschools (over 55,000 preschools) and there are thousands of reviews gathered from parents who evaluated the schools based on their personal experiences. As the March deadline quickly approaches to submit preschool applications for the Fall 2008 school year, parents have begun to ramp up their research by turning to Savvy Source's free online database.

"Finding the right preschool for a child is an extremely stressful decision for parents," said Stacey Boyd, CEO and Founder of the Savvy Source for Parents. "There are hundreds of schools to choose from and parents have very little time to make one of the most important decisions in their child's young life. With the Savvy Source, parents can quickly go online and access free information that comes directly from other parents who have spent time at the school, interviewed school teachers and administrators, reviewed records, and, most importantly, spent extensive time with other moms whose children are in the schools."

For more information, go to http://www.savvysource.com/ and click on the preschool tab to get started.

About Savvy Source for Parents

The Savvy Source for Parents is an online community founded by parents, for parents to help parents navigate the incredibly challenging issue of identifying the best educational options for their children: preschools, camps, classes, educational toys, books and activities. The Savvy Source is a combination of Craig's List and Zagats and the goal is to provide parents with a comprehensive and detailed overview of educational options in their city based on the feedback of parents with children currently enrolled in preschools, camps, etc. and to help parents make the right choices for their children at home based on expert advice and counsel.

Contact: Lisa Cohen, 310.395.2544

[email protected]

The Savvy Source for Parents

CONTACT: Lisa Cohen, +1-310-395-2544, [email protected], for The Savvy
Source for Parents

Web site: http://www.savvysource.com/

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