dave roman (yaytime) wrote,
dave roman
yaytime

FREE MAGAZINES: FINAL ROUND



The great Nick Magazine send-off is in the final stretch. Please help me save stacks of magazines from the recycling bin!

Choose from the following:

-Individual stack: 4-5 random issues of Nick Magazine for you, your family, or friends.

-A box of magazines: About 30-50 random issues of Nick Magazine packed in a box. Perfect for schools, daycare centers, and shelters!

-A bound volume: A year's worth of Nick Magazine, nicely bound in a hardcover book for preservation. Perfect for libraries, schools and people who want to help keep an archive of Nick Mag for future generations! Supplies are limited!

UPDATE: We also have a few bound volumes of NICK JR. magazine. This is a great magazine for toddlers and parents of toddlers who like do creative stuff! Lots of recipes, activities, cut outs etc.

Email me for more info: yaytime [at] gmail [dot] com
For the boxes and bound volumes, I need complete addresses and PHONE NUMBERS. Thanks!

Tags: archival, donations, nick mag
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