SCHOOLSin Kicks Off Annual Schools In for the Summer Sale!

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Educators can beat the back to school rush and save big now on school furniture and equipment. SCHOOLSin is offering savings of up to 20% on all the basics for the classroom!

Same top brands. Just better prices.

"Summer is the perfect time for educators to replace and add furniture to their classroom. And with these savings they have even more of an incentive to order now." - Ben Kremer, co-founder of SCHOOLSin

SCHOOLSin, a growing leader in the web-based school furniture and equipment market, is kicking off its annual Schools In for the Summer Sale on July 15, 2010. Customers can save up to 20% on already competitively priced school furniture, including desks, chairs, cafeteria tables and dry erase boards.

“Summer is the perfect time for educators to replace and add furniture to their classroom,” says Ben Kremer, co-founder of SCHOOLSin. “When August rolls around they can put their focus on lesson plans and resuming classes. And with these savings they have even more of an incentive to order now.”

From preschool to college and everything in between, SCHOOLSin offers low prices every day on school furniture. Educators and school staff will find the best prices on classroom rugs, chairs, activity tables, cafe tables, AV carts and more from trusted manufacturers like Virco and Midwest Folding. The website is easy to browse, and the expert customer service professionals are helpful and friendly. There is also a live chat feature that allows customers to ask questions real-time while shopping.

About SCHOOLSin:
SCHOOLSin is a web-based retailer offering all the same top brands of school furniture and equipment as the competition - just at better prices. Currently there are thousands of products offered from various manufacturers. Educators and school staff from across the country place orders through schoolsin.com as well as with friendly phone-based customer service professionals. Operations are based in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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