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Doodle Bugs! Ranks in Top 50 in North America

January 24, 2011

Hooray! We’re happy to share some great doodle news – and as always, we appreciate your ongoing support of the doodle community:

 BUFFALO, NY – January 24, 2011 – Doodle Bugs! Children’s Centers has earned placement on Exchange Magazine’s Top 50 List, an annual ranking of North America’s largest for-profit child care organizations.

“I attribute our continued growth and success to our team’s strong commitment to providing the absolute best in child care services,” said Anthony Insinna, company president and CEO. “We believe that excellence is in the details, and we work hard to provide evidence of that in every aspect of our program. From our innovative curriculum and enrichment programs to our state-of-the-art facilities and highly qualified staff, we aim to exceed families’ expectations.”

Doodle Bugs! Children’s Centers is locally owned and operated, with six centers in Buffalo and three in Rochester. Insinna and his sisters, Clarine Insinna and Anna Insinna Zavatti, established the company in 1992 in East Amherst.

“When we opened our first center – with one student! – our goal was to reinvent child care in Western New York. Now, we serve more than 2000 happy families and are extremely proud of the work that we do,” remarked Insinna. “Our vision is to be a role model for all high quality programs.”

About Doodle Bugs! Children’s Centers
Locally owned and operated, Doodle Bugs! is the leading provider of child care and preschool programs in Western New York. Our mission is to build a community of happy children, happy parents, and happy teachers. Comprehensive program information is available online at

About Exchange Magazine
For 30 years, Exchange has been chronicling the history of and trends in the early childhood profession. Exchange Top 50 Lists are now regarded as the Fortune 500 of early childhood. Visit  for a complete list of the 2011 Top 50.

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