Teachers, do you need classroom tools and supplies at the best prices? The first 100 teachers at each Staples store location on Teacher Appreciation Day, Wednesday, August 17, will receive a free sample kit with special coupons plus every teacher with ID will get 10 percent off of their purchase. NICE, right?!
Find the closest Staples store to you HERE.
Besides the 10 percent discount, there’s even more back to school savings for Teacher Appreciation Day such as:
· Staples 110% Lowest Price Guarantee
Staples matches any competitors’ prices, plus gives customers an additional 10 percent of the difference between the Staples price and the competitor price at time of purchase.
· Less List for School
Season-long lowest prices on back-to-school essentials such as composition books, two-pocket folders, pens, scissors, crayons and technology like calculators, USB drives, ear buds, batteries and more.
· Weekly School Steals
Extra savings on popular items and can be found in the Staples weekly ad.
· Teacher Rewards
The Staples Teacher Rewards program gives educators up to five percent back in Staples Rewards on everything in store and online, including technology and services (excluding postage and phone/gift cards), plus ten percent back in Rewards on teaching and art supplies.
· Exclusive Deals for Teachers
Now college students and teachers can sign up for exclusive offers and deals on featured brands for school.
Back to school is exciting — because a new year means new kids, new school supplies, and new adventures.
You’re doing the hardest job in the world (I not just saying that, I’ve LIVED it). You are changing lives. You are making a difference. Thank you, teachers!
10 Celebrating Teacher Quotes
To teach is to learn twice over.- Joseph Joubert
One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world. – Malala Yousafzai
The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. – William A. Ward
Let the beauty of what you love be what you do. – Rumi
I’m not a teacher but an awakener. – Robert Frost
A teacher affects eternity: he can never tell where his influence stops. – Henry Adams
[Kids] don’t remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are. – Jim Henson
I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn. – Albert Einstein
Teacher teach because they care. Teaching young people is what they do best. It requires long hours, patience, and care. – Horace Mann
I cannot emphasize enough the importance of a good teacher. – Temple Grandin
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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Staples, Inc. is giving away free samples and coupons to the first 100 teachers at each of its 1,300 stores nationwide -- including 13 locations in Greater Cleveland, plus an additional 10 percent off their in-store purchases with valid ID, during a national Teacher Appreciation Day event on Wednesday, Aug. 17.
"We appreciate all that teachers do for students so Staples is hosting our own Teacher Appreciation Day to help teachers save on their classroom supplies for the new school year," said Christine Mallon, Staples' vice president of retail marketing, in a written announcement.
"Teachers will receive a special discount and coupons as well as season-long low prices on back-to-school essentials with the Less List for School." Staples' Less List includes popular school items like composition books, two-pocket folders, pens, scissors, crayons, calculators, USB drives, ear buds, and batteries.
Staples has stores in Akron, Alliance, Chardon, Cleveland's West Side, Copley, Cuyahoga Falls, Elyria, Mayfield Heights, Medina, Mentor, Streetsboro, Strongsville, and Wooster.
The one-day event is also designed to promote Staples' Teacher Rewards program, which gives teachers up to 5 percent in Staples Rewards for online and in-store purchases (excluding postage, phone and gift cards), including technology and services; up to 10 percent in Rewards on purchases of teaching and art supplies; and free shipping on staples.com orders of at least $14.99.
Staples has a loyalty program for college students and teachers with exclusive deals on back-to-school brands. It also has a 110-percent lowest price guarantee that it will match competitors' prices and give 10 percent off the difference between its price and another retailer's advertised price.
Other deals for teachers are listed at www.staples.com/backtoschool or in its weekly newspaper inserts and other advertisements.
Staples, based in Framingham, Massachusetts, on Tuesday announced it had donated $1 million to DonorsChoose.org, a charity that has funded classroom projects for teachers and which Staples says has helped more than 18 million students across the country. Its Staples for Students campaign and Katy Perry funded the balance of every project listed on DonorsChoose.org in Boston and the Metrowest community. The Donorschoose.org/teachers website lets teachers connect with donors and upload their classroom projects.
Staples is scheduled to release its second-quarter 2016 sales at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. The company has said it plans to close at least 50 stores in North America this year. Its investor relations info can be accessed at http://investor.staples.com.