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Reasor’s Kicks Off Supplies For Schools Promotion

Supplies for Schools

Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Reasor’s is hosting the third annual Supplies for Schools promotion benefitting local classroom students now through Aug. 10.

“As students return to the classroom for the upcoming year, it’s imperative that they have the supplies they need to learn,” said Amanda Russell, marketing and advertising director for Reasor’s. “We are committed to education through our annual Supplies for Schools program, that helps support under-resourced students.”

To respond to that need, all 17 Reasor’s locations will participate in this program. Reasor's logo

Customers will have the opportunity to either purchase $15 bags of the most needed school supplies in-store or purchase donation cards at the register. Customers may also drop off new school supplies at any location.

The Reasor’s floral departments once again will be selling Back to School bouquets and $1 of every bouquet sold will be donated to the Supplies for Schools Program. At the end of the campaign, Reasor’s will distribute all supplies to area school districts.

Each $15 bag will contain one of each:

  • 500 ct. Paperworks copy paper;
  • 70 ct. Top Flight 1 subject notebook; college rule and wide rule notebook;
  • 4 oz. Elmers School Glue;
  • 150 ct. Top Flight college rule and wide rule filler paper;
  • 24 ct. Crayola Crayons;
  • 8 ct. Dixon No. 2 Pencil;
  • 10 ct. BIC Round Stick Black Pen; and
  • 10 ct. BIC Round Stick Blue Pen.

Supplies for Schools is designed to coordinate the donation and distribution of new supplies to students that need it most throughout the communities Reasor’s serves. Last year, more than $25,000 dollars was raised to help local schools.

Reasor’s was founded 58 years ago at a single location in Tahlequah, Oklahoma by namesake, Larry Reasor. Today, the company has 17 locations and one convenience store throughout northeastern Oklahoma. In 2007, Reasor’s became employee-owned and now provides jobs for nearly 2,500 community members.

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