Monday, September 22, 2008

Links to History: Eduator Appreciation Weekend @ Borders

I receive great information via email and love to share them with you... This one is from Borders Book stores...

25% Off Borders for all Educators:

"Ladies and Gentlemen:

Borders recognizes each teacher, homeschooler, professor, religious educator, and school librarian's efforts to share the love of books and knowledge with their students. We honor your hard and rewarding work with an "apple" of our own by welcoming current and retired teachers to take part in our Educator Appreciation Weekend, Friday, October 3 - Sunday, October 5.

You'll enjoy 25% off your personal and classroom purchases of list priced books, CDs, DVDs, cafe items, gifts & stationery and more* when you bring in your current Classroom or Educator Discount Card, educator ID or pay stub. For more information, please visit

Don't miss our Special Reception, Friday, October 3 from 4:00-8:00 PM at Borders stores nationwide.

If you need assistance with purchase orders, or collection development, quotes for classroom materials, would like a classroom visit, or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

We appreciate and recognize your efforts to support and encourage education. Our commitment to this effort is shown through our

Business & Educator Services Program, which provides up to 25% savings to schools, libraries, nonprofits and others year-round. For>more information, or to sign up for a free account, please visit

We look forward to welcoming you to our stores October 3 - October 5. To locate a store near you,, please click on "Store Locator" on, or call toll free 888.81BOOKS.

Thank you for the great work you do! Please share this event information with the educators in your life."

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1 comment:

Martian Bracelets said...

Surfing thru U.S. history blogs, and found yours. Nice job. There are not enough blogs like this.

Meanwhile, I noticed you have a label cloud. How do you do that? I want a label cloud on my blog.

I'll check back here...or you can email instructions/advice to



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