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Do Your Valentine Shopping Online Using the Alumni Association Amazon Associates Program

Posted December 15, 2011

valentine_presentgifYour Valentine expects the best. Don’t procrastinate! Do your Valentine’s Day shopping online now by using our Alumni Association Amazon Associates Program link. Every purchase you make helps fund Alumni Association grants to student programs at Western New England—at no additional cost to you., America’s largest retailer, has the most diverse and extensive range of stock you will find online—with competitive prices and quick deliveries. Bookmark our link and save on everything you need by clicking on “Today’s Deals.”

In the past five years, the Alumni Association has awarded more than $164,000 in grants to student groups and organizations. Be a part of this exciting program and save money—and make your Valentine’s Day a memorable one.


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