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Sterling Receives ‘Business Partner of the Year’ Award

Author: Dan Sterling | Date: February 17, 2016

Dan Sterling receiving 'Business Partner of the Year" award

Dan Sterling receiving ‘Business Partner of the Year” award

Sterling Medical Devices received ‘Business Partner of the Year’ award by The Bergen County Technical Schools in Bergen County, New Jersey. The award was based on Sterling’s significant contributions to the district, including help with the district’s curriculum development through advisory boards, and the institution of multiple paid internships, and summer employment for students of the district. Additional contributions by Sterling Medical Devices included donations of laptops, servers, and other equipment to enhance the district’s computer and engineering departments. Sterling Medical Devices was specifically commended for its efforts and aid in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

Mr. Tankard, principal of Bergen County Technical High School Teterboro Campus, characterized Dan Sterling, President of Sterling Medical Devices, as a “tremendous humanitarian” when describing Dan’s efforts and aid to the district during the storm and in general.

 

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