Dixon Ticonderoga’s NEW Prang Power for Schools!! = FREE School Supplies!

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**HEADS UP TEACHERS – this program is ending on December 31, 2020!**
Dixon Ticonderoga Co. started a FREE school supply program called Prang Power. Basically you turn in Prang Power UPC codes and “spend” them on FREE art supplies for your school! Dixon is also part of the Terracycle program! 
Schools will be able to receive free writing and art supplies in exchange for UPC labels from any Dixon-family product. For details and to participate, teachers can register on Dixon Ticonderoga’s special website

How does the Prang Power program work?

  1. Clip and collect UPC labels from eligible products including Ticonderoga, Prang, Dixon and Lyra brands!
  2. Bank those points! These points can be redeemed for FREE school and art supplies! Have your Prang Power coordinator mail them in for the school!
  3. Once you have at least 300 points you can start ordering FREE products! There is NO limit to the number of free products you can earn! The more UPC codes you submit the more products you can order!

Tips on getting MORE Prang Power points:

  • Ask school administration to buy eligible products for your school! Submit the UPC labels from those products.
  • Add eligible products to your classroom supply lists! Make sure to ask parents to keep the UPC labels though!
  • Start contests between classrooms and grade levels to see who can bring in the most Prang Power UPC codes!
  • Follow Dixon Ticonderoga Co. on social media for more opportunities to earn bonus points!

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  1. Rhonda Stringer says:

    Pencils are always one of the most needed item in my classroom. Once parents or guardians send the pencils in August that is the last time we receive pencils throughout the year. As we approach the Christmas holidays, we are suffering through a critical shortage.

  2. Rena Brown says:

    The link to prangpower does not work for me.

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