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Thursday, September 22, 2016

Enter Shoplet's Giveaway to Support Your Local School

Shoplet is one of my favorite stores when it comes to office supplies. Being a work-at-home-Mom (WAHM), I keep my office organize and full of stock of the things I need and my kids need for their school stuff.   I am very excited to announce in this blog that Shoplet is engaging the community with their new campaign by hosting a   giveaway where teachers and school can win  a $5,000 worth of supplies.  This is Shoplet's way of  giving back to teachers who are doing their best to educate our  children but constantly  battles with budget cuts.

My children goes to private school and they don't get full funding from the government.  I feel bad for the teachers  because they don't get paid  very mu0ch and they don't even have a retirement program benefits.  Teacher is a noble profession and  to get paid very low is  discouraging.  It would be nice if St. Joseph the Worker will win this giveaway.  
Here are some of the great prizes.

We’re talking over 1000 Pilot and Schneider pens, 2 huge cases of Neenah and Georgia Pacific paper, over 100 boxes of Ticonderoga pencils and assorted Lysol cleaning products. We also have 3 large cases of Lion, C-Line And Roaring Springs folders, 30 packs of various Avery products, 1 case of teacher planners and 24 world maps from House of Doolittle. One classroom will also receive 1 massive whiteboard from Iceberg. That’s enough to make lots of teachers and students very happy!

Enter here for a chance to win and support your local school.  The giveaway is open from September 19 - October 3.  You can also check the  giveaway via Shoplet's Facebook Page.  If you  want to  shop, here is a 20% just for you, just use the coupon  SHOPLETFORSCHOOLS20 upon checkout.

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