NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The following releases focus on Back to School 2014:
LOS ANGELES--Nick Cannon Joins Office Depot Foundation to Donate 5,000 New Sackpacks to Help Los Angeles-Area Children Get Ready for School Source: Office Depot Foundation
NEW YORK--Barnes & Noble Announces Free August Storytime Lineup Source: Barnes & Noble
NEW YORK--In-store the Preferred Method for Back-to-School Shopping Source: International Council of Shopping Centers
COLUMBUS, Ohio--Huntington Bank’s Annual Backpack Index Finds Double-Digit Cost Increases for Families Sending K-12 Students to School This Fall Source: Huntington
LOS ANGELES--Newegg Kicks off Back-to-School Campaign with Special Discounts and Promotions Source: Newegg
NEW YORK--In-store the Preferred Method for Back-to-School Shopping Source: International Council of Shopping Center
BENTONVILLE, Ark.--Teachers Chalk Up 10 Percent Savings at Walmart’s First-Ever Teachers’ Savings Event Source: Wal-Mart
NEW YORK--Macy’s Offers the Best in Style and Savings This Back-to-School Season Source: Macy's
FRAMINGHAM, Mass.--Staples to Make More Happen for Less with Three Ways to Save this Back-to-School Shopping Season Source: Staples, Inc.
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