Pimp My Bookcart Contest

October 26, 2006 at 2:47 pm 2 comments


Just as quickly as the authors of Unshelved had finished their comic sequence, Pimp my bookcart, fans started sending them emails telling them how they were going to actually do the program at their library. They thought it was such a great idea, there is now an official “Pimp My Bookcart Contest” on the Overdue Media website.

The contest lends itself to the perfect programming opportunity for Young Adult Librarians. It’s a chance for their teens to take a piece of library equipment and really have some fun with it. In the end, not only does the YA have their very own bookcart, but they also have a chance at winning $250 worth of merchandise from the Overdue Media Store as well. All entries will be posted on their site.

Exactly how many shirts of this Pimp My Bookcart logo t-shirt (left) could I wear in a week!?

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