Box Tops University: It’s Fun, It’s Free, and It’s Needed!

BY: - 12 Apr '13 | Home

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Last week, the Box Tops for Education program announced the schedule for the local and national Box Tops University seminars that will be held throughout the country! In these seminars you will learn new ways to promote your Box Top’s program and gain inspiration from other Coordinators in your area.  You need to attend and bring a teacher, a school administrator or friend with you and share in the fun!

Here is why you need to attend:

  • Because since launching, the Box Tops for Education program has given over $525 M to schools across the country. There are some schools making up to $20,000 through the program and they are using this funding to provide much needed things for their schools such as: playground equipment, band uniforms, and technology.
  • Because if your school is not taking advantage of this program, then you will learn how to get them involved.
  • Because if you are already involved in the program, then you will learn more ways to promote it and to earn more money.
  • Because as parents, this is program empowers us to make a difference in our kid’s education.
  • Because if you have ever complained about your child’s school not providing something, here is your opportunity to make a change.

Please follow look to find a Box Tops University seminar in a city near you…or consider travelling out to the National Box Tops University in June.  Please spread the word!

Disclosure: Lamar and I are paid spokesbloggers for the Box Tops For Education program. We will be providing information and stories throughout the school year in hopes of encouraging our community to take advantage of the millions of dollars that are being given to schools across the country each year. All opinions expressed are our very own.



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  • Ann

    I like your website! I am trying to attend BTU tomorrow, but am on a waiting list. The school coordinator invited me, and his registration was accepted, but mine was not, so I guess neither of us will be able to attend. The distance is great so we planned to ride together.