“I believe that reading does this – it just takes local support and the drive of the Columbus Literacy Council.”
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) April 19, 2017
TextbookRush teams up with the Columbus Literacy Council in their annual Alphabet Attractions black-tie gala, a night dedicated to supporting Columbus literacy programs that will help students and adults through reading and workplace development.
On Saturday, April 22, TextbookRush, through a generous donation, will be in attendance at the annual gala as the Columbus Literacy Council celebrates 47 years of service. TextbookRush, a Columbus based ecommerce company, views this as a great opportunity to help the community through expanding and growing programs offered by the Columbus Literacy Council.
“It’s important to me to support our community in literacy programs and encourage students to reach a higher potential and self-confidence,” said Phil Smyres, founder and CEO of TextbookRush. “I believe that reading does this – it just takes local support and the drive of the Columbus Literacy Council.”
This one-night event, created by the Columbus Literacy Council, is hosted by ABC6/Fox28 newscaster Kurt Ludlow. It will be held on Saturday, April 22 at 6:00pm at The Jessing Center at The Pontifical College Josephinum. 7625 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43235
TextbookRush is a premier online retailer that specializes in buying, renting and selling new and used books. The company is dedicated to serving college students with purchase and rental discounts of up to 90% on current titles. TextbookRush buys over one million different titles back from students and other sources for cash or store credit, further making used textbook purchases a bargain for students everywhere in the U.S.
Founded in 1994, the company started at The Ohio State University with retail “brick and mortar” stores. TextbookRush, which was established in 2002, has since grown into a trusted brand used by college students nationwide, becoming the premier privately held textbook website in the country. For more information, visit http://www.textbookrush.com.