Schools urge saving cereal 'Box Tops'
The Box Tops for Education program has existed since 1996 as a way for schools to earn money through consumers' purchase of more than 2,500 products put out by food brands under the General Mills Corporation.
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#1 Jul 24, 2012
These box tops are a big rip off. A school needs hundreds of thousands of box tops for one cheap computer. Put the exacto knife and/or scissors away. There are better ways and faster ways to make money for schools: hop-a-thons, car washes, school auctions, yard sales, are just a few ways to to make big money fast. There are many more ways. Good luck.
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