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Free charging carts up for grabs in online contest


Schools need a way to charge and store tablets, and three schools could win a free charging cart

charging-cartAs mobile technology appears in more and more classrooms, the need for accessories to support the functionality and battery power of those devices is evident.

CartWrite, an online technology furniture dealership, is offering a free charging cart to a deserving school.

“Dedication to low pricing and free shipping are everyday examples of our commitment. Now, we are offering a FREE charging cart to a deserving school,” said Ed Stevens, CartWrite CEO.

(Next page: How to enter the contest)

Any interested educator should write a 250-word essay in order to earn a chance to win. Interested teachers and administrative staff can find the rules and submit their essays online at cartwrite.com.

Essays must include the name of the charging cart the school wants in the classroom. Three different charging carts are being offered as prizes, including: the InTouch thirty-two tablet cart, Cloud thirty-two Chromebook cart, and the LT 15 laptop cart.

Technology is being successfully integrated into classrooms daily. Stevens said: “It is vital to keep tablets and other devices secure, charged and ready.”

The deadline for completing the essay contest is December 31, 2014. The winner will be notified by January 31, 2015. Decision of the judges will be final.

Material from a press release was used in this report.

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