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Area schools compete for money to buy new technology

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ATLANTA (March 13, 2012) – To help improve school funding in Albany area schools, Cartridge World is giving local schools the chance to win $15,000 to be used toward the purchase of technology and equipment.

Seven schools in Albany have registered for the contest, and students, families and faculty are encouraged to vote for their school between March 15-March 31. A total of 118 schools registered in the state of Georgia:

  • Turner Elementary, Albany
  • Emanuel SDA Jr. Academy, Albany
  • Magnolia Elementary School, Albany
  • Robert Cross Middle School, Albany
  • Sylvandale Pre-K, Albany
  • Morningside Elementary School, Albany
  • Radium Springs Middle Magnet School of the Arts, Albany

“We are proud to support local education with our ‘Save Vote Win’ contest – where we are donating a total of $45,000,” said Frank Case, President of Cartridge World North America.  Three schools will win $15,000 each. This will provide a wealth of opportunity for technology or other equipment.”

Students, families and faculty can vote online at www.SaveVoteWin.com starting March 15. Three winning schools will be chosen by online voting and random drawing. The three winning schools will be announced by April 30, 2012.

 

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