Monday, September 26, 2016

Win School Supplies to Donate to the School of Your Choice! From Shoplet

There’s nothing more fun than getting a box in the mail that’s jam packed with a brand new stash of school supplies. Clicking a brand new pen and sharpening brand new pencils carry a lot of sentiment, especially for school aged children. Scribbling on that very first sheet of paper in a sweet new notebook signals the start of something great! New supplies are more than just pens and pencils, they’re a fresh start. Now imagine gifting an entire classroom of kids with this exact experience! All of those happy faces are just too much for us to handle!

Shoplet invites you to give the gift of learning to a school that’s dear to your heart. This week, ONE Lucky winner will have the opportunity to donate a HUGE bundle of assorted school supplies to their local school of choice. Imagine all of those happy faces when they get their hands on this fresh new bundle, and it will be all thanks to you.
Dying to know what’s included in this prize bundle? Here’s what the kids at your school could win!
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 assortedLysol 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 IcebergThat’s enough to make lots of teachers and students very happy!

How to Enter: Go To Leave us a comment below telling us which school you think should win this amazing supply bundle. Once you have commented, make sure to check off the Rafflecopter task to register your comment. Completing other tasks through Rafflecopter may increase your chances of winning. We’ll update this blog post on Monday, October 3rd with the winner and winning school, so be sure to check back here!

*Open to US residents only. Check out the Shoplet for Schools official rules for details.

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