Hurry and Save on Back to School Specials with Charter Advantage Partners Thru Sept 21 - 30

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September 3, 2015 With the school year just starting, your charter may need a few "everyday" items to keep your operation running smoothly whether you have furniture, technology, school uniforms or school supplies on your list!

CCSA's Charter Advantage partners are ready to help supplement your needs through our pre-negotiated contracts and additional Back to School specials:

Furniture: Until September 21Hertz Furniture is offering a back to school Quick Ship program, featuring 3,500 top selling furniture items. Contact Gary Epcott for more information at 800-526-4677 x 1161 or gepcott@hertzfurniture.com.

Technology: Make technology purchases through the Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program by September 25. Check the "Balance Statements" list to see if your school is eligible. CDW-G can assist: contact Jeff Polk at 312.705.4094 or jeffpol@cdwg.com and mention you are a CCSA member school.

Classroom and Physical Education: Through September 30 S&S Worldwide is offering at least 30% off on all in-stock items and even deeper discounts on high-use items. Contact Ryan Testa at 800-642-7354 x2599 or at rtesta@ssww.com and mention code V4247.

Office Supplies and Furniture: Staples Advantage offers deeply discounted prices of up to 85% off on entire office and school supply catalogs. They also offer competitively bid national contract pricing on more than 250 furniture manufacturers. Interested? Contact Tom Croley at 415-273-5032 or tom.croley@staples.com.

School Uniforms: Our partner Lands' End can assist with you last-minute uniform needs, whether it is for classroom, physical education or spirit wear. Contact Dawn Brannen at 877-497-0018 or dawn.brannen@landsend.com.

Charter Advantage is a special benefit for CCSA school members, helping you save time and money. Our partners are selected through a rigorous RFP process. CCSA also receives a small percentage of the purchase price to support our advocacy efforts each year.