This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Chevrolet for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Teachers have one of the toughest jobs on the planet and they do it, not for the money, but from the heart. The holiday season is a great time to thank our teachers.
I’ve been saving this stack of signed books to gift to our teachers; both current ones and previous teachers that I know love these authors!
Does your school have a no gift policy like ours? If so, what can you do?
Bonus points for spelling this very tricky last name correctly! I hope I got it right! The author is also coming to our elementary school next week! This is to Grasshopper and Sensei’s third grade teacher.
This is how we thank our teachers … with personalized signed chapter books.
My son’s 4th grade teacher is getting Jarrett Krosoczka‘s latest chapter book. I hope she likes it!
Our no gift policy allows for classroom items and all teachers love books! I think it’s even better when the author writes an inscription to them. Bonus points for spelling their name correctly!
My son’s 3rd grade teacher loves going to author events but she missed this one. A signed book will make her feel like she was there!
I’m so glad that Chevrolet is taking time to recognize the good work that educators do, day in and day out, and year round (even when schools are not in session!).
Chevrolet Equinox is a SUV with fuel-efficiency at 32 mpg on the highway!
How are they doing this? They have created a special Chevrolet’s Educator Discount:
Through September 30, 2015, current employees of a public or private school, university or college are eligible to participate in the new Educator Discount program and receive a discount on the purchase or lease of a new 2015 or 2014 Chevrolet.
How does the discount program work? It’s pretty easy.
Educators: Get Your Discount in 1-2-3!
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