TechForEducators.com Unveils World’s Largest Public Library Advertisement

July 13, 2009

MARTINEZ, Calif., July 13 /PRNewswire/ — TechForEducators.com today unveiled a new outdoor advertising campaign for public libraries. The campaign entitled “Free Education” aspires to create a greater intellectual life among Bay Area citizens and to help improve the performance of schools and teachers.

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“Public libraries are an incredible resource. Yet, a great advertising campaign for public libraries has never been done before. Why not?” asked Matt Spergel, President of TechForEducators.com. “How many more great books will be read? And how many lives will change as a result?”

TechForEducators.com claims the billboard is the world’s largest public library advertisement. The advertisement’s headline exceeds 41 feet and the call to action spans the length of the billboard at 48 feet. “As far as we know, the world has never seen a public library advertisement of this size,” Spergel said.

“Education cannot rest on the shoulders of teachers alone. Parents must also take more resposibility for the education of their children … and bringing them to the library is an important first step,” Spergel added.

The billboard is in Martinez, CA on I-680 south after the Benecia Bridge on the right-hand side.

About TechForEducators.com

Headquartered in Sausalito, CA, TechForEducators.com is dedicated to significantly improving the performance of educators. TechForEducators.com offers an extensive line of hardware, software, electronic learning aids, microscopes and other teaching materials. Through their partnership with the Kids In Need Foundation, TechForEducators.com is able to provide exceptional value to education: for every $1 a customer spends on product, $1.25 worth of free school supplies is also provided to students in need. The company carries quality products at competitive prices, all with a money-back guarantee. For more information, visit their website at www.techforeducators.com.

SOURCE TechForEducators.com

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