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Thinking about Developing a Corporate Involvement Program with a Local School? Read 4imprint’s Newest Blue Paper™ and Podcast First

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					Thinking about Developing a Corporate
Involvement Program with a Local School? Read
4imprint’s Newest Blue Paper™ and Podcast First
June 03, 2010 03:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time  

OSHKOSH, Wis.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--From sponsorships, to fundraising partnerships, to incentive
programs and beyond, more and more businesses are partnering with schools through corporate involvement
programs. The latest Blue Paper™ and Podcast from promotional products retailer 4imprint, called Corporate
Involvement in Schools, provides background on the different types of involvement and delves into the benefits
presented to businesses and schools.

“Many businesses are in a position to fill a need within the community or provide resources to future employees,” 
says Kevin Lyons-Tarr, president for 4imprint. “Corporate involvement is a way to do so while increasing visibility
and enhancing reputation through goodwill: A win-win situation.” 

Schools that stand to benefit from such involvement are eager for partnerships, too: In a recent study conducted by
the Association of Community College Trustees and Collegis, a technology services provider to higher education, 96
percent of community college trustees predicted more corporate involvement in higher education in the form of
private/public partnerships.

Corporate Involvement in Schools examines … 

    l   The varying scope of involvement
    l   Examples of successful involvement programs
    l   Steps businesses can take to assess the need for a corporate involvement program in the community
    l   How to go about developing these programs.

To read this Blue Paper, or to download the Podcast, visit www.4imprint.com/bluepapers.

About 4imprint Blue Papers™

4imprint Blue Papers™ are in-depth, how-to articles, distributed to 4imprint customers to help their organizations
succeed. Accessible at www.4imprint.com/bluepapers, Blue Papers™ have covered popular, cutting-edge topics
such as podcasting, online social media, search engine optimization (SEO) and experiential marketing.

About 4imprint

4imprint is part of 4imprint Group, Plc, a publicly traded company on the London Stock Exchange, and serves more
than 100,000 businesses with its innovative promotional items throughout the United States, Canada, United
Kingdom and Ireland. Its product offerings include corporate gifts, personalized gifts, custom shirts, promotional
pens, travel mugs, tote bags, water bottles, Post-it Notes, custom calendars, and much more. For additional
information, log on to www.4imprint.com.

Contacts
For more information, contact:
Brenda Haines or Heidi Strand, Communications
(920) 230-2583
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