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20500 E Arapahoe Rd
Aurora, CO 80016
Scrip Fundraiser
 
Buying gift cards and making money for your student’s Performing Arts account just got easy….. oh so easy!!
 
 
Shopwithscrip.com has hundreds of gift cards available for:
The places you like to shop
Restaurants you eat at
Hotels you stay in and cars you rent
Entertainment
And so much more!
Reloadable gift cards are available too!
 
Here is just a few of the gift cards that are available:
Amazon.com (8%)
AMC Theatres (7%)
American Eagle Outfitters (10%)
Barnes & Noble Bookstore (9%)
Bath &Body Works (13%)
Best Buy (3%)
Cheesecake Factory (5%)
Cabela’s (11%)
Chili’s (11%)
Chipotle (10%)
Gap (14 %)
Gamestop (3%)
Groupon.com (7%)
Guitar Center (4%)
iTunes (5%)
Jo Ann Fabric (6%)
Kohl’s (4%)
LL Bean (15%)
Noodles & Company (8%)
Office Depot (4%)
Old Navy (14%)
Olive Garden (9%)
Wal-Mart (2%)
Whole Foods (3%)
Car Rentals
Cruise Lines
And this is just a few. Go online a check it out.
 
When you purchase gift cards from Shopwithscrip.com a percentage will go into your student’s account. Notice above at the sampling of gift cards available. After the store name is a percentage. This is the percentage that will go into your students account.
For your convenience we have made it possible for you to pay online. A small fee of $0.39 will be charged to your order.
 
It is so easy to set up an account and start shopping for gift cards.
 
Here is what you do:
To set up a family account:
Look for  “Family Sign up” (Green box on the left side of the page)
Click on “Create Account”
 
Fill in your information.
Please be sure to put your student’s name in the information area so that we know who to give the gift cards to and to whose account to credit funds.
 
Enrollment Code: C9L917F932643
This will group you with Grandview High School Performing Arts.
 
Now your account is all set up. You can start shopping and making money for your Performing Arts student.
 
If you have any questions, please contact
Lavon Berg
720-398-9182
 
 
Order due and Pick up dates:
 
Order by Thursday March 15th       Pick up Thursday March 23rd
Order by Thursday April 19th         Pick up Thursday April 26th
Order by Thursday May 17th         Pick up Thursday May 24th
 
Your students can pick up all orders from Mrs. Bird.
 
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