Friday, January 16, 2015

CampusBookRentals.com



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If you are college student or the parent of a college student you know how much text book cost. And in today economy we need to save money any chance we can. Have you ever thought-WOW! Why can't I just rent these book for the time I need them? Well, now you can with Campus Book Rentals. Renting text books means less money out of pocket. If you have ever had to buy your textbooks out of pocket you will understand trying to sell those books when you no longer need them. Campus Book Rentals also offers a service called RentBack. RentBack is new initiative that allows students to rent the textbooks they own - to other students.


Campus Book Rentals features:

  • With Campus Book Rentals, you save 40-90% off of bookstore prices (check out a price comparison here
  • You get FREE shipping both ways 
  • You can highlight in the textbooks as if there were your own 
  • They allow for flexible renting periods 
  • And the best part is, Campus Book Rentals donates to Operation Smile with each textbook rented! Operation Smile helps to 'mobilize a world of generous hearts to heal children's smiles and transform lives across the globe.'
MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Our Making a Difference program is an important part of what we do.

We’re keeping our partnership with Operation Smile and have committed to donate a minimum of 80 additional surgeries this year.

Operation Smile is an incredible organization that forever changes children’s lives through reconstructive cleft lip surgeries. The long-term improvement in quality of life for the children that receive these surgeries is almost incomprehensible.

We’re honored to support the children of Operation Smile.




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