Manchester Center, VT- February 1, 2011- Digital
Wish is excited to announce a new Digital Wish Deal to kick off
February: the "2 X 2 GorillaPod Tripod Bundle", including 2 GorillaPod
Original Tripods, 2 GorillaPod Magnetic Tripods, and the "Adventures in
Technology" lesson plan book/CD set for just $70 (retail $109.78). This
bundle is over 36% off the retail price and it's only available for
purchase or donation to schools through www.digitalwish.org.
Teachers can take advantage of the discount, add the bundle to their
wish lists, and invite parents and community members to make their
technology wishes come true.
GorillaPod Tripods are perfect for classroom projects with either still or video
cameras, including Flip video cameras! While other tripods require a
flat surface, the uniquely bendable legs on GorillaPods allow them to
wrap around any surface, be it a desk leg, a fence, or even a playground
jungle gym. The magnetic GorillaPods can even stick to metal surfaces
with powerful magnets in their feet!
This GorillaPod bundle replaces the first Digital Wish Deal, the 2-for- $200
Olympus Camera Bundle. Those who took advantage of that bundle or the
Flip Video Camera 2-for-1 promotion will be able to use the new
GorillaPods with those products in their classroom.
"GorillaPods are fun, edgy, and allow for creative shooting in any location," said
Heather Chirtea, founder and Executive Director of Digital Wish, "These
are the coolest camera accessories I've seen this year, so we're excited
to bring these versatile tools to educators at such a great price. We
want to help teachers stretch their scarce technology budgets further!"
The promotion is expected to run throughout the school year so educators are encouraged to add the bundle to their wish list at http://www.digitalwish.com/dw/digitalwish/product?id=4348 and invite parents and community members to make their wishes come true!
About Digital Wish
Digital Wish is a non-profit on a mission to solve technology shortfalls in K-12 classrooms. The www.digitalwish.org
website is designed to help teachers locate much-needed funding for
classroom technology. In addition to awarding over fifty grants this
year, Digital Wish provides a host of fundraising ideas and allows
teachers to e-mail and print their technology wish lists so that parents
and community members can contribute.