Jerry’s Artarama Online Art Supply Back to Class Sale 2013

Jerry’s Artarama, the premier art supply company founded 45 years ago to serve the art community with quality art materials and products at a discount price, announces its Back to School Sale 2013.

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Art Class Supply Sale

Art Class Supply Sale

Jerry’s Artarama is here to relieve the issue with amazingly low prices and savings.

Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) September 05, 2013

Jerry’s Artarama, the premier art supply company founded 45 years ago to serve the art community with quality art materials at a discount price, announces its Back to School Sale 2013! With deals on thousands of art supplies up to 80% off, exclusive promotions and specials for online shoppers, free gifts and shipping on select purchases, Jerry’s Artarama is the perfect place for teachers, parents and students to do all of their back to school shopping for art classes! And, with Teacher and Student’s Supply lists online at JerrysArtarama.com, they are dedicated to making back to school shopping easier than ever before.

“With schools cutting teachers’ and classrooms’ budgets across the board, and teachers and student’s paying more out of pocket, Jerry’s Artarama is here to relieve the issue with amazingly low prices and savings,” says Michael Marchetta, Director of Marketing at Jerry’s Artarama.

To help ease the rising costs of school supplies and growing art class lists, the Back to School Sale features deals and savings up to 80% off on almost 10,000 items. Some of the items featured in the online sale are:

  • Gamblin - Gamvar and Gamsol Power Pack
  • Fabriano Artistico Watercolor Paper
  • SoHo Oil Paints and Colored Pencils
  • Gamblin FastMatte Alkyds
  • Practica Stretched Canvas and the All New Practica Black Stretched Canvas
  • And literally thousands of more items!

As an added bonus for the online shopper, certain sales include gifts, such as paints, canvases, brushes and aprons, available with certain purchases. Buy one get one deals are also available on certain purchases of paints and brushes.

To better serve Art Teachers and Students, at Jerrysartarama.com, with just a few simple clicks, is a convenient supply list feature. Teachers and workshop instructors can quickly create lists of all the art supplies needed for their classes. The Supply List feature is easy to set up and is free to use online. Students can search for the list and add the items they want to their cart without the hassle of searching for items one by one. As a teacher, a link can be provided of the custom supply list to ensure the students have the needed materials for the class.

Jerry’s Artarama Back to Art School Sale can help teachers, students and parents save money on the supplies needed. Check out http://www.jerrysartarama.com/onsale.aspx for more savings and http://www.jerrysartarama.com/community/supply-lists.html to set up teachers and students supply lists.

About Jerry’s Artarama
Jerry’s Artarama was founded in 1968 when Jerry Goldstein opened his own art supplies and materials store in Long Island, N.Y., introducing discount pricing to budding and established artists. Jerry believed in treating customers like family, a tradition that still continues. Today, Jerry’s offers over 70,000 top quality art materials at direct savings—as much as 75 percent off traditional retail on products from the industry’s top art manufacturers, as well as Jerry’s own exclusive product lines via an online retail store, art supply catalog and Jerry’s Artarama Superstores. In addition, Jerry’s Artarama serves as an artist resource by providing instructional workshops; new art supply demos; and special art-related events, including the Art of the Carolinas Tradeshow, an annual event held in Raleigh, N.C., Jerry’s Artarama corporate headquarters.

For additional information, please visit http://www.jerrysartarama.com.

For more information, contact:
Michael Marchetta
Jerry’s Artarama
919-878-6782
mmarchetta(at)jerrysartarama(dot)com


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