May 24, 2010 / News & Notes

Walsworth announces the three winners of It’s Worth It sales contest

Written by Idea File Staff

Kansas City, Mo. (May 24, 2010) – Walsworth Publishing has announced the three winners in the 2010 “It’s Worth It” sales contest.

The “It’s Worth It” promotion and contest was a way to encourage yearbook staffs to increase their sales by giving them a chance to win three $1,000 cash prizes for showing the highest increase in yearbooks sold, ad pages sold and yearbook options sold compared to last year.

This year’s winning schools, which each received checks for $1,000, were:

Highest increase – yearbooks sold
Coastal Christian High School – Wilmington, N.C.
33% increase in yearbooks sold over 2009
Adviser: Gabriel Lovejoy
Walsworth yearbook sales representative: Cary Ralston

Highest increase – ad pages sold
Taylorville High School – Taylorville, Ill.
11 new pages of ads sold over 2009
Adviser: Stephen Steele
Walsworth yearbook sales representative: Jon Kauffman

Highest increase – yearbook options sold
Rockingham County Middle School – Reidsville, N.C.
146 more options sold over 2009
Adviser: Emily Mailliard
Walsworth yearbook sales representative: Keri Artz

To celebrate the culmination of the contest, special check presentations will be held at each winning school within the next couple weeks.

More than 500 schools entered the contest, which counted sales tabulated through April 30.

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Idea File Staff

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