Burnsville, MN (PressExposure) May 12, 2011 -- School districts continue to experience unprecedented budget reductions with more announcements of extensive staff and program cuts daily. In response, Mackin Educational Resources is standing firm on its "We Really Do Care" motto and providing extra money to schools to stretch their shrinking budgets.
To equip schools with needed print books, ebooks, audiobooks, online databases, and more, Mackin is giving schools up to $500 when they place an order over $500 before July 31, 2011. Detailed information regarding Mackin's one-time gift for schools can be viewed at Mackin.com.
"Educators have to do more with less funding and support," said Randal Heise, Mackin president. "We're doing what we can to help."
This gift program is part of an extensive effort by Mackin to save schools money and provide them with quality teaching products. Mackin also offers Funds4Books - an innovative online donation program for schools - as well as grant and funding resources and tips, free cataloging, free shelf-ready processing, free shipping, and free collection analysis and development services that help schools get the most value from their education dollars.
Mackin Educational Resources has been providing library and classroom materials to PK-12 schools for 26 years. Known for its unparalleled customer care and customization, Mackin works with 18,000+ publishers and has a database of more than 1.5 million titles. Educators can purchase books with all bindings, ebooks, DVDs, online educational databases and more on Mackin.com. In addition, Mackin's professional librarians create and update thousands of book lists to save customers time and money, and provide custom collection analysis and solutions.
For further information, visit Mackin.com or contact us at 800-245-9540 or at email@example.com.
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