SOURCE: Harvard Learning Centers, Inc.

September 12, 2007 17:49 ET

Harvard Learning Centers Announces Its ASAP Athletics Successfully Introduces Multiple-Athlete Training Machine at National Franchise & Business Opportunities Expo

BOCA RATON, FL--(Marketwire - September 12, 2007) - The Harvard Learning Centers, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: HVLN) (the "Company") announced today that its subsidiary, ASAP Athletics, Inc., successfully launched its breakthrough "ASAP 1000" gym-on-wheels, for resistance training of athletes in football, baseball, soccer and other team sports. The "ASAP 1000" enables up to 17 athletes to train simultaneously at a convenient outdoor or indoor location. The device was introduced at the National Franchise & Business Opportunities Expo, Tampa, Florida, September 8/9, where the Company reported high interest and excitement by local trainers/entrepreneurs who could purchase or lease the machine for use with teams, sports leagues and school athletes.

Carl Campanelli, President, commented, "This mobile machine is phenomenal in what it can do to help improve an athlete's speed, response time and strength. We've developed an aggressive business plan for rolling it out to the national market, have had our trainers develop a proprietary exercise program for it, and, after this show, literally can't wait to start showing it and selling it across the country."

About The Harvard Learning Centers, Inc.

The Harvard Learning Centers, Inc. offers training programs for both the mind and body of teenagers and young adults. Its core business has been to offer SAT-ACT test preparation for high school students ( It recently added test preparation materials published by the Nova Press, including books, software and online courses for the SAT, LSAT, GMAT, GRE and MCAT graduate level tests, all of which are co-branded.

Earlier this year, the Company expanded into the Youth Sports Training Market with the acquisition of BSA Athletics, Inc. and ASAP Athletics, Inc., both of Boca Raton, Florida. In conjunction with these acquisitions, it announced that it had opened a private men's fitness and wellness center, "The Men's Room," offering nutritional guidance, weight control management, a massage room, a hair salon, and a work out facility.

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