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Welcome Students Back In A Big Way

Banner Promo ImageIt is hard to believe that it is that time again. Back To School Time.

Welcome students and staff back with large, full color, engaging banners produced by your EDUCATOR Plus.   Nothing will get the students and staff back in the school spirit like fresh full color posters and banners
welcoming them back.


Take advantage of a special Banners Making Kit

Get a Banners Making Kit for $99.95 (Reg. Value $199.80)

Kit Includes:
  • (Qty 1) 36″x100′ Roll Banner Material,                    Banner Supply Kit Promo
    Makes 10 – 3’x10′ huge Banners!
  • (Qty 1) Banner End Tabs Pack 100,                           How To Make A Banner
    Enough End Tabs for hanging 25 Banners
  • (Qty 1) Banner Punch ,
    Permanent hole punch tool
  • (Qty 1) 500′ Roll Banner Rope
    Enough rope to hang about 25 banners

Call Today & Order Your Banners Making Kit  800-535-7553


February Customer Post Contest

The Customer Post contest was a great success.

Thank you to all our customers for their posts on our Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest pages.

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Congratulations to Joseph David for wining our February Comment Contest! Thank you to everyone that posted a comment. You are all winners to us!

Joseph will receive a free 36″ x 100′ Durable Matte Polly Banner Paper roll. He can make more great banners like this one!


LeBlanc Middle School

Xyron 25″ Cold Laminator Giveaway


Frank Hernandez

PS 49 Willis Ave Bronx, NY

cold laminator

Click Here To Learn About The XYRON Cold Laminator

In February, principals, from across the country, interested in learning more about the EDUCATOR Plus Poster Printer from Tonas Graphics were entered into a drawing for a free 25” cold laminator ($1600.00 value).

Will you be our March winner? It’s fast, easy and informative.


March Into Spring


Spring is right around the corner.  There are many exciting things happening in March.


Women’s History MonthMarch Women History

In 1911 in Europe, March 8 was first celebrated as International Women’s Day. In many European nations, as well as in the United States, women’s rights was a political hot topic. Woman suffragewinning the vote — was a priority of many women’s organizations. Women (and men) wrote books on the contributions of women to history. But with the economic depression of the 1930s which hit on both sides of the Atlantic, and then World War II, women’s rights went out of fashion. In the 1950s and 1960s, after Betty Friedan pointed to the “problem that has no name” — the boredom and isolation of the middle-class housewife who often gave up intellectual and professional aspirations — the women’s movement began to revive. With “women’s liberation” in the 1960s, interest in women’s issues and women’s history blossomed.


National Nutrition Month

March Nutrition Month Nutrition! National Nutrition Month® offers an opportunity to spotlight healthy eating and physical activity messages at home, school, work, and in your community.  Visit the link for some healthful activities for all grades.


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