Antacpest to donate $25 to school per family that signs up for pest control service by June 1st, 2015
Antac Pest Control, has recently offered to donate $25 for each new customer that signs up for or switches over to Antac’s annual maintenance program. This would apply to new customers only that sign up by June 1st, 2015. The new customer would need to mention the beneficiary school’s name when calling to sign up
If your school has approximately 100 families sign up, this could mean $2,500 that could be used towards new books, new technology, art and music programs, etc. Just imagine if 400 families signed up!
Antac services is all over San Diego County, so if you have a relative living outside of our school district but within San Diego County, they could still call and mention your school’s name when signing up. Your school will still get the $25 credit. I’ve attached a flyer that you could send out to your students via email, Peachjar, or post to your school website or e-news… You could encourage your student body to share it on social media as well.
Please let us know if this is something you would like to do for fundraising this spring. Also feel free to pass this opportunity along to other friends, school foundations and school districts within San Diego County – if you happen to know of others that might be able to benefit from a fundraiser like this.
Heather and Josh Long
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