Precision Roller's 6th Annual Teacher Appreciation Giveaway
Precision Roller is giving away boxes of classroom supplies to 10 Grand Prize Winners in their 6th Annual Teacher Appreciation Giveaway.
By: Precision Roller
First launched in 2014, the popular giveaway has helped dozens of classrooms across the country by sending teachers boxes filled with their wish lists of supplies, materials and small equipment. For 2019, 10 Grand Prize winners will be chosen. Five will be selected from entrants receiving the most votes, and the other 5 will be chosen at random from all other entries.
Participation is not limited to teachers. Any person with a Facebook profile may enter and, if they are selected as a winner, can nominate any public or private school teacher to submit a wish list. To be eligible to win, an entrant simply needs to submit a school-related photo through the Facebook contest entry page. Winners will be decided and announced the first week of October. Prizes and wish list items included are at the discretion of Precision Roller. Additional details are available on Facebook and at PrecisionRoller.com.
Precision Roller's 5th Annual Teacher Appreciation Giveaway was so popular, the company decided to award 11 Grand Prize winners instead of 10. Rhonda P, Grand Prize winner from 2018, thanked her friends and family for "helping [her] classroom receive many wonderful supplies and some caffeine and goodies for the teacher!" Cristina V, another 2018 winner, thanked Precision Roller and all of her voters, saying, "Thanks to you, we are all set for the rest of the school year."
"We really love to give back to the community," says Dennis Kuhlmann of Precision Roller. "This is one of our favorite contests, although we also love our Canned Food Giveaway in November and our Pet Photo Contest in December." These contests have helped great charities, such as Issaquah Food Bank.
The contest is set to begin August 9th, 2019, and coincides with the launch of Precision Roller's annual Back to School sale.
Full press release on PrecisionRoller.com: