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a van with shelves of books

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Additional coupons will be delivered every other month free to app users, and additional grocers will be added to the Chinook Book mobile coupon acceptance network on an ongoing basis.
Additional grocers will begin accepting Chinook Book mobile manufacturer coupons in late summer.
Each Friday between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the Book Mobile visits the reading room and a number of events are hosted in conjunction with the library's summer reading program.
100,000 to the Eagles Youth Partnership for its Eagles Eye Mobile and Eagles Book Mobile.
Free Kelley Blue Book Mobile Offerings Provide Essential Car-Buying Information, Help Shoppers Negotiate On-the-Spot
Any customer who visits the dealerships during the book mobile tour will have the opportunity to commemorate one of the donated books with a personalized bookplate in their name.
Wish Book mobile Web: Visit Wish Book on your Web-enabled smart phone at Sears.
Chevy will reach the thousands of Kelley Blue Book mobile users each week who are in the market to buy a new car.
EYP is also sponsoring 15 Eagles Book Mobile visits to three schools, donating more than 600 books for students to take home and keep.
Founded in 1995 by Eagles Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Lurie and his wife Christina Weiss Lurie, EYP reaches approximately 50,000 underserved children each year, providing outreach services via the Eagles Eye Mobile and Book Mobile.
Sarah Martinez-Helfman, executive director of Eagles Youth Partnership, expects record-breaking ticket sales for the event, which last year raised more than $1 million for Eagles Youth Partnership programs like the Eagles Eye Mobile and Book Mobile.
Running throughout the spring and summer, the Book Mobile travels to hundreds of Philadelphia-area schools, shelters, libraries, recreation centers, and summer camps each year.
Since 2000, the Eagles Book Mobile has provided storybook readings and new books to more than 215,000 vulnerable children in the Greater Philadelphia region who typically lack access to books.
Martin will also read to Harrisburg students during the day, and will accompany the Eagles Book Mobile as it makes its way to Harrisburg schools.