Stillwater, OK (PRWEB) April 15, 2009
Student Insurance Partners announces August 31, 2009, as the date for the scheduled random drawings to determine the schools, or school districts, to receive three $1000.00 monetary donations. The winning recipient schools, or school districts, will receive the monetary donation as Student Insurance Partners' commitment to promote the technology access and technology education of children in grades K-12.
In compromising and distressed economic times, Student Insurance Partners understands the importance of technology education to not only our current generation but also to future generations. With this understanding, Student Insurance Partners strives to make a commitment to facilitate and promote the education, knowledge, and access to technology, through monetary donations to U.S. accredited K-12 schools, or school districts, within the continental United States.
As a leader in the technology and electronics insurance service industry, Student Insurance Partners provides expanded and comprehensive laptop insurance protection plans to faculty and students, insuring loss protection to a full spectrum of electronic devices. With premier claims handling, comprehensive faculty insurance plans, as well as comprehensive student insurance plans, Student Insurance Partners is a leader in not only protection coverage of electronic devices, but also a leader within local communities through its development of innovative methods in which to monetarily support technology education and technology access of children in grades K-12.
All schools, and school districts, interested in submitting a technology department for random drawing in the $1000.00 monetary donation should contact Blake Barth at Student Insurance Partners, via email, at: blake(at)studentinsurancepartners.com or by calling 405-269-4378. No purchase is required. All U.S. accredited education facilities of grades K-12, within the continental United States providing technology education or technology access, are eligible. Schools and school districts associated with employees of, or immediate family members of employees of, Student Insurance Partners are not eligible. The technology department winners of the $1,000.00 monetary donations will be announced following the three drawings at Student Insurance Partners on August 31, 2009.
To learn more about Student Insurance Partners, its affiliates, or for information regarding their commitment to technology education and technology advancement of grades K-12, visit the company website at http://www.studentinsurancepartners.com.
About Student Insurance Partners:
Student Insurance Partners has provided protection plans to students and faculty for over 30 years - reaching more than 1,100 schools nationwide. Underwritten by Hanover Insurance Company, Student Insurance Partners and its affiliates offer the peace of mind in protecting valuable assets in both distressed and non-distressed economies while further advancing the technology education in academic settings within the United States.