Bock knows firsthand about franchise ownership. He owns two Huntington Learning Center sites, one in Bel Air and the other in
Prior to his involvement in Huntington Learning Center, Bock spent 23 years with
He is active in the community. Bock is a commissioner for the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools' Commission on Elementary and Secondary Schools and is a member of the board of directors of the
In addition, Bock has served as chair of the Harford Business Roundtable for Education and is a past member of the boards of the
Bock holds a bachelor's degree in history and secondary education from William Paterson College and has pursued graduate course work in New York and in Europe.
"Buying a franchise can be a good way for someone to own a business with limited risks. I work with clients who want the freedom and flexibility to own their own businesses but who also want to have the solid backing of a proven success," Bock said. "For those who work with FranNet, 91 percent of franchise owners are still in the business after two years compared to 64 percent of businesses that started without FranNet support. Five years after the start, 84 percent of FranNet users are still in existence compared to 50 percent without FranNet support."