At its core, TextbookDollars has shown an acute understanding of student needs and have adapted their business model to provide the greatest benefit to students.
(PRWEB) January 23, 2014
TextbookDollars.com, a leading online business dedicated to buying back textbooks from college students, held a large event at the Wolfson Campus of Miami Dade College. The event was named “Giving Back to Future Leaders” and attracted a large number of students who learned about the benefits of doing business with TextbookDollars.com.
Additionally, the students received $5,000 worth of promotional school supplies free of charge from TextbookDollars, helping draw in the crowds. According to the founder of the company, Michael Rozinsky, the event was successful in providing students with a behind-the-scenes view of TextbookDollars, a company well known on at Miami Dade College.
Through the “Giving Back to Future Leaders” event, TextbookDollars is hoping to grow its already large presence at Miami Dade College. By all accounts, the promotional event was a success, and student involvement with TextbookDollars is expected to increase.
The success of TextbookDollars on campuses such as Miami Dade can be explained by the numerous benefits of doing business with their website over that of their competitors. TextbookDollars makes it extremely simple for students to sell textbooks online, whatever the subject or condition of the book, and offers significantly higher prices than campus bookstores.
All that students need to do to earn money for their textbooks is type in the name, ISBN number or title of the book on the TextbookDollars website. Immediately, the student will be informed how much money TextbookDollars will offer. College students, such as those at the event at Wolfson Campus, can also take advantage of free shipping which is completely covered by Textbook Dollars.
Students are also attracted to the simplicity of TextbookDollars. The website is 100% user-friendly, and it’s never been easier for college students to convert their used textbooks into spendable cash. As opposed to other buyback sites, Textbook Dollars accommodates students even further by buying back textbooks that have wear-and-tear damages.
At its core, TextbookDollars has shown an acute understanding of student needs and have adapted their business model to provide the greatest benefit to students. This has not gone unnoticed at college campuses, and students from many different majors are now turning to TextbookDollars to sell their used textbooks for this very reason.
TextBookDollars.com buys used and damaged textbooks from college students who no longer need them. The website was founded by Michael Rozinsky to offer students an avenue to sell used textbooks that may not sell anywhere else. The website was re-launched in August of 2013 to provide customers with a more dynamic and hassle-free experience. Visit http://www.textbookdollars.com/ for more information.