Hugh Breslin Selected For "Select Wealth Managers"
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Hugh Breslin of Basking Ridge, NJ has been honored with a recognition by New Jersey Monthly in its selection of "Select Wealth Managers."
BASKING RIDGE, N.J., March 1, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Announcing a special recognition appearing in the January, 2013 issue of New Jersey Monthly published by New Jersey Monthly, LLC. Hugh Breslin was selected for the following honor:
Hugh Breslin commented on the recognition: "This is quite an honor for me. The fact that New Jersey Monthly included me in its selection of "Select Wealth Managers," signals that my constant effort to deliver excellent work has paid off. It is gratifying to be recognized in this way."
Following the publication of Hugh Breslin's selection for New Jersey Monthly'sSelect Wealth Managers list, American Registry seconded the honor and added Hugh Breslin to the "Registry of Business Excellence™". An exclusive recognition plaque, shown here, has been designed to commemorate this honor.
For more information on Hugh Breslin, located in Basking Ridge, NJ please call 973-467-4000.
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