Troxell Communications, a supplier of audiovisual equipment to the scholastic market, and Hitachi America Ltd., a global electronics company, have partnered to offer cash rebates to schools that purchase audiovisual equipment from a comprehensive list of products made eligible for the program. With the intention of supplementing strained district budgets, the rebates return actual money to schools' general funds at the direction of district administrators. Educators can use the funds for school programs, books, supplies and equipment, fuel, and transportation costs, or any purpose deemed appropriate by the district. The program starts July 1, 2004.


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