Partner with us!

July 13, 2012 by  
Filed under Featured, News

What’s even better than having a card that lets you borrow or download all the books, movies and music that you want, for free?

How about being able to use that same card to save money when you go out to eat or hit the mall?

That’s what Boyd County Public Library card holders will be able to do in September, thanks to local businesses that are partnering with BCPL.

We are currently seeking business partners for our Library Card Sign-Up Month promotion. It’s easy to take part – just offer a discount at your store to anyone who shows their BCPL card during the month. We will do the rest!

It’s a way to promote libraries and literacy, and also bring new customers into your business.

BCPL has nearly 39,000 library card holders. We think that’s a great number, but we always want to see it grow – and we hope by partnering with local businesses that it will do just that.

From the business owner perspective, participating in the library card promotion is a great way to bring new customers through your doors. We can’t promise you will see 39,000 new customers that month, but we can guarantee you will see quite a few.

Already, ten local businesses have agreed to take part: Petland (in Ashland and South Point); Frame-Up Gallery & Café Zeal; Gibbs Hardware; A Boutique; Fields Flowers; Bert’s Pet Center; and several businesses in the Ashland Town Center – Vanity, Dakota Watch Co. and Charlie’s Grilled Subs. Thanks to all of them!

Your business can easily join this list, and help raise awareness of the importance of libraries and literacy in our community. If you do, BCPL will include your business on all its promotional materials. It’s a win-win situation for everyone.

If you would like to become a business partner with the library, please contact Amanda Gilmore, community relations coordinator, at [email protected] or (606) 329-0518, ext. 1130.

Leigh Scaggs

About Leigh Scaggs

A long time supporter of digital emancipation and proclaimer of obfuscatory testaments, I have been a proud supporter of bits and bytes for nearly 20 years. With that much chronological highway behind me I'm cognizant enough of the fact that advancing age does kill brain cells and observant enough to notice that it's only killing the weak ones.

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