Get Supplies, Get Clothes, Get Back to School
Head to OfficeMax and Old Navy this August to coordinate your school supplies and your wardrobe. From August 2 through August 15, OfficeMax back-to-school customers will receive a register receipt coupon for $10 off a $50 purchase at Old Navy stores nationwide. The coupon can be redeemed at Old Navy stores August 2 through August 22, 2012. Additionally, shoppers loading up on back-to-school fashion at Old Navy will receive a coupon at checkout good for $10 off a $40 purchase1 at OfficeMax stores nationwide or online at officemax.com through Sept. 30, 2012.
"We’re continuously seeking ways to support our customers and provide additional value," said Michael Lewis, OfficeMax executive vice president, president of Retail. "Through this collaboration, OfficeMax and Old Navy are helping consumers buy more for less this back-to-school season. Trendy supplies and fashionable apparel at great savings – it’s a shopping trip both parents and students will enjoy."
“We love outfitting our customers for back-to-school,” said Michelle DeMartini, senior vice president, Old Navy Adult Merchandising and Brand Licensing. “With OfficeMax’s help, Old Navy families can top off their attire with school supply ‘accessories’ at value prices. We want our shoppers to feel fully prepared for the new school year.”
Big Back-to-School Deals at OfficeMax
To help back-to-school shopping dollars stretch further, OfficeMax is providing big deals on education essentials. Throughout the season OfficeMax is offering 25-cent, 50-cent and $1 value deals on a variety of supplies that appear on every mom’s school shopping list, including markers, composition books, glue, scissors and more. Television ads will promote key nationwide value offers each week during the peak back-to-school shopping season.
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